The Cottonwood

The Cottonwood 85-square-mile ranch in one contiguous block adjoining the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the Wyoming Range
11,138 deeded acres intermixed with 43,745 of acres of BLM and State lands
Situated in the Upper Green River Basin just 70 miles south of Jackson, Wyoming and 20 miles west of Pinedale with its private jet airport
Incomparable conservation values with important wildlife habitat, water resources, fisheries, riparian areas, native species, and scenic vistas
Significant water resources with 76.9 cfs of senior water rights irrigating/sub-irrigating over 6,310 acres, and 24 reservoirs and 11 springs
Extensive riverine and riparian corridors with frontage on almost 40 miles of rivers, streams and creeks
World-class fly-fishing for Colorado River Cutthroat and Rainbows
Prime habitat for Elk and Moose, trophy hunting units for Mule Deer and Pronghorn and critical range for Greater Sage Grouse
Through pioneering conservation efforts owners have preserved and enhanced rivers, lakes and streams, wildlife habitat, wetlands, grasslands, wildlife friendly fencing and instituted progressive grazing management techniques
Historic and well balanced sustainable cattle operation with plentiful water and forage allowing grazing of 22,483 AUM's on the deeded and neighboring public lands