Welcome Craig!

Terri and the Cowboy Country team are pleased to announce the appointment of Craig Couillard to the new position of Field Editor for Canadian Cowboy Country Magazine both in print and on-line.  As the former Editor of Horses All Magazine, Craig shares a deep-rooted love for our western lifestyle and heritage. Craig will be filing …

Editorial Intern – Canadian Cowboy Country

  Location – Remote Company Description For 25 years, Canadian Cowboy Country magazine’s passion has remained steadfast – to preserve our western heritage and support the continued growth of our evolving ranching and acreage communities and our shared western culture.  Each issue takes our readers into the heart of the Canadian West through compelling stories …

Cows and What?

30 Years of Riparian Stewardship   By Amy McCleod, Provincial Riparian Specialist at Cows and Fish   *Sponsored Content     “YOU WORK FOR WHO?”  I often get asked when I say I work for Cows and Fish. People might guess I work at a steak and seafood restaurant. For me, our name is about …

Okanagan Valley ~ Range Conservation

By Rob Dinwoodie, BSC. Agriculture   At first glance, the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia looks like a replica of parts of California with its orchards and vineyards draping the valley between lakes that attract tourists from around the globe. Some of the more exotic and endangered species in North America are within this semi-arid …

The Secret Code of Quilts

Did Scraps of Fabric Lead Slaves to the Underground Railroad?   [Originally published in Aug/Sep 2005 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country] By Ann Chandler   On a warm spring day in May 1854, a colourful quilt hangs out the window of the slave quarters on a plantation near Charleston, South Carolina. Few pay attention. Just …