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Executive Director
(307) 772-8751

Pam has worked with non-profit groups as far away as Rhode Island, but has always been drawn to the western way of life. She moved to a Wyoming ranch in 2002, and worked for The Nature Conservancy prior to opening a Dubois office for the Jackson Hole Land Trust. Having grown up in a small farming community in Connecticut, Pam remembers watching the countryside she loved disappear. This experience, and a life-long interest in American history and culture, has steered Pam’s career course toward protecting unique components of American heritage, including people who make their living on the land on a daily basis.

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 Lance Schutte
(307) 772-8751

Working on various ranches in Nebraska and Wyoming gave Lance Schutte a deep appreciation for the work and services that agricultural producers provide. Lance grew up in Hastings, Nebraska and is a 2006 graduate of Chadron State College where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Rangeland Management. Lance expects to complete work on a Masters of Agriculture degree in Integrated Resource Management from Colorado State University in December of 2012. Lance brings years of experience of work with WY State Lands and Investments and the Natural Resources Conservation Service to his new responsibilities.Lance and his wife, Alicia, have two children, Wyatt  and Jordan and Lance says that they wish them to have the opportunity to enjoy Wyoming as it should be enjoyed, with wide open spaces. “The hard work and dedication that agricultural producers exhibit are traits that one should attempt to emulate, and I hope to accomplish this task. Our family believes that the conservation of agricultural lands is very important, and that is why I look forward to serving agricultural producers and the community as the Stewardship Coordinator for the Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust.”

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Margaret Cox
Business Manager (307) 772-8751

Margaret was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming. She is a graduate of the University of Wyoming with a Masters degree in Finance and Bachelors of Science degrees in both Economics and Finance. Prior to joining the Stock Growers Land Trust Margaret was the Operations Manager for Youth Alternatives.Margaret is an active volunteer in the Cheyenne community. She is a member of the Cheyenne Kiwanis Club, Women’s Civic League, Wyoming Senior Olympics host committee and a member of the Cheyenne Frontier Days Public Relations Committee. Margaret and her husband Matt are natives of Cheyenne. They enjoy golfing, traveling and other hobbies.

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Chris Machan
Administrative Assistant
(307) 772-8751

Chris was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming; a third generation Wyoming-ite. She graduated from Laramie County Community College in 1993 with an Associate of Science in Agriculture and in 1994 from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Education.  Agriculture has always played a big part in her life, as well as her role in emergency response.  She was a certified EMT for 11 years and worked as such for 3 years in Crook County.  Chris obtained her Homeland Security Degree in May 2014 and is a part of the Laramie County Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T) and Laramie County Digital Information Response Team (D.I.R.T.)  Chris & her husband, Carrol, along with their 3 daughters, Cali, Sydne & Brynna live east of Cheyenne with their 2 rescue dogs, Tuffy and Riley, 3 cats, and a horse named Cheeto!  In her spare time when she isn’t keeping up with her busy family and fur-babies, she is rooting for her football faves, Wyoming Cowboys and Dallas Cowboys, and her hockey team, Colorado Eagles.