Danielle Duni head shotDanielle Duni

Carbon Farm Planner
Rocky Mountain West Regional Office

Topic Areas: Business Planning, Marketing, Food Equity, Livestock, Local Foods, Soil Health

Specific Areas of Expertise: Livestock systems, pasture management, site-adapted livestock, wool sheep

Danielle Duni—with roots in Colorado, experience on her family’s sheep and cattle ranch in Wyoming, and a graduate degree in range management—is fueled by a lifelong passion for land stewardship. This commitment drives her mission to ensure the resilience of
working lands and the continued presence of producers in the Rocky Mountain West. When she’s not dedicating her time to supporting the wool industry, you can find her in the mountains, on the water and working towards her homesteading goals.

Education:
Bachelor of Science in Biology, Fort Lewis College
Master of Science in Range Management, New Mexico State University

Current Professional Affiliations and Committees:

Society for Range Management, Young Professionals Conclave President

Featured Publications and Presentations:

Episode 331. Meet NCAT: Danielle Duni, Carbon Farm Planner for Woolgrowers in Wyoming

Foraging behavior of Raramuri Criollo vs. Angus cattle grazing California Chaparral and Colorado Plateau shrublands

 

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