CattleWomen host run to highlight the importance of agriculture and land stewardship
Join the Montana CattleWomen for their 4thannual ranch run on Saturday, August 25thin Lennep, Montana. Registration begins at 8 am and the race starts at 9 am. This scenic 25-mile run is designed to showcase the importance of agriculture and land stewardship to the running community. The course can be run solo or with a team of 2-5 members. Parts of the course are challenging so have your teammates read through and choose appropriate leg assignments. For a team of five, the cost is $35 per person or $50 to run solo. Runners will receive a t-shirt and enjoy a delicious meal, featuring beef, served the Montana CattleWomen at the end of the race. Visit www.themontanaranchrun.com to register.
The course extends through three-multi generation ranches, as well as US National Forest, and runs deep into the heart of the Castle Mountains. The ranch run has five legs, all approximately five miles long, but the course is such that it can be run solo OR with a team of 2-5 members. The closest lodging is in Harlowton or White Sulphur Springs or camp at the race site. Teams will need a high-clearance vehicle to drive on the course. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place teams.
This year’s generous sponsors include the Montana Beef Council, The Montana CattleWomen, Northwest Montana Keller Williams Realty, the Montana Stockgrowers Foundation, Montana Land Reliance, Western Ranch Supply, Rabo AgriFinance, Montana T-Bone CattleWomen, the Central Montana CattleWomen, Rangeland Resources Executive Committee, the Montana DNRC. For more information or any questions, contact Kari Berg Marks at (406) 572-3316 or email at [email protected].