Could Your Private Property Become a Thoroughfare for People Accessing Federal Land?
By: Rachael Buzanowski From Montana to New Mexico and all states west, federal lands make up a great deal of the landscape. These lands...
Rachael Buzanowski recently joined Budd-Falen Law Offices after graduating with honors from the University of Wyoming College of Law in May 2021. While in Law School, she was active in the Natural Resource Law Club and a staff member for the Wyoming Law Review. Rachael focused her studies on agriculture and natural resources; she interned with the Livestock Marketing Association and Falen Law Offices during the summers.
Rachael started her undergraduate education at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas where she competed on the volleyball and track & field teams. After completing her Associate degree, she transferred to Kansas State University where she graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Animal Science in 2018. Rachael was involved in the Collegiate Cattleman’s Club and benefitted from classes and leadership opportunities that exposed her to multiple facets of the ag industry. She also interned with U.S. Senator Steve Daines from Montana through an ag policy scholarship provided by the American Society of Animal Science.
Rachael grew up on her family’s Registered Hereford operation in South Central Montana, developing a strong passion for the beef business and the agriculture industry. In 2019 Rachael’s family re-located their ranch to Arthur, Nebraska and she remains heavily involved in the operation. She returns home as often as possible to assist with calving, breeding, haying, and all other ranch projects.
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