Howdy. My name is Freddie Botur. Our family has owned Cottonwood Ranches for over 25 years. I have been the manager of Cottonwood Ranch for 10 years. During that time I have worked with the oil and gas industry, federal and state agencies, and conservation groups for compensatory mitigation projects, putting nearly 4000 acres of the ranch into conservation easements. Along with our holistic grazing practices I have been partners with University of Wyoming programs and studies, as well as programs from the Teton Science School, to further promote and understand the values and resources of these important landscapes. I have also served as the vice chairman for the Bureau of Land Management Resource Advisory Committee. My background is in the construction industry, hospitality, and startup adventures in Wyoming and Colorado. I traveled the world as a child and even more as a climber. I studied at Montana State University, and Naropa University in Colorado. My wife Amanda and I have three beautiful children and live between Boulder, Colorado and the ranch here in Wyoming.
This ranch is a place to share, a place to experience yourself, with those important to you, far from the grips of modern distractions. I can bring you into this place with context, comfort, and experience, knowing how to meet your needs in a new place. Please feel free to contact me, to find out more. Better yet come out and we’ll go for drive up the ranch road at take a look at what’s out there.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll get back to you when I have a internet connection that works.