Janie VanWinkle speaks out about Ranch Life and Beef Production in Colorado.
Colorado Country Life Interviews Janie VanWinkle for the Life on a Colorado Cattle Ranch Feature Article.
Janie VanWinkle, who is heavily involved in ag programs, also serves as vice president of the board for her local electric co-op, Grand Valley Power.
Colorado Ranches are the focus of This Washington Post Article: THE COLORADO RIVER IS IN CRISIS, AND IT’S GETTING WORSE EVERY DAY By Karin Brulliard
VanWinkle Ranch is in the Washington Post – Read what Janie VanWinkle shared with the Washington Post during the Colorado Drought.
Janie VanWinkle on the THE MONEY SHOW about the VanWinkle Ranch
Denver Post Photo Exposition “Despite drought, ranch life goes on in Western Colorado” Courtesy Janie VanWinkle.
Courtesy Janie VanWinkle. Denver Post Photo Exposition “Despite drought, ranch life goes on in Western Colorado”
Courtesy Janie VanWinkle – Small Ranch Owners Are Selling Their Herds for Lack of Water in TIME MAGAZINE
Over at VanWinkle Ranch in Fruita, Colorado, owner and operator Janie VanWinkle is facing a similar crisis, although she at least hopes to outlast the drought—this time.
Janie VanWinkle knew one thing: Beginning in 2015, she was at the table for years of discussion and debate about a new bike trail, and her face time with fellow Grand Valley community members was a win for the fourth-generation cattle rancher.
In 2022, the VanWinkle Ranch partnered with the Food Bank of the Rockies to provide them with more than 40,000 pounds of ground beef at a discounted price.
In 2022, they partnered with the
Food Bank of the Rockies to provide them with more than 40,000 pounds of ground beef at a discounted price. The Food Bank of the Rockies is a non-proffi t that supplies many of the local food banks in Colorado.