Colorado Cattleman’s Association honors state Sen. Dylan Roberts as well as others from Yampa Valley

The Colorado Cattlemen's Association recognized state Sen. Dylan Roberts with the group's Public Service Award during its 156th annual Convention in Steamboat Springs.
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The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association recognized a number of individuals and local producers at the group’s annual convention this week in Steamboat Springs.

According to the association, this year’s award recipients all played a role in contributing to the organization’s success in some way and were acknowledged for those efforts.

The 2023 award recipients include:

  • CCA Honorary Life Member — T. Wright Dickinson of Maybell
  • Colorado Cattlemen’s Foundation Endowment Trust Recognition — the late Brice Lee of Hesperus
  • Public Service Award — Sen. Dylan Roberts
  • Leopold Conservation Award — LeValley Ranch of Hotchkiss, owned and operated by the LeValley family
  • Landowner of the Year Award — Nottingham Land and Livestock of Craig
  • Volunteer of the Year Award — Ginny Harrington of Carbondale, Callie Hendrickson of Meeker and Lenny Klinglesmith of Meeker
  • Outgoing President Recognition and Award — Philip Anderson of Walden
  • Outgoing Board Member Recognition and Award — Janie VanWinkle of Fruita
  • Outgoing Board Member Recognition and Award — Brett Datteri of Greeley
  • Outgoing Board Member Recognition and Award — Al Heaton of Cortez

The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association celebrated its 156th annual Convention with members and stakeholders from all over the state.

The convention featured committee meetings, the sixth annual Ranching Legacy Symposium, Mountain Meat-Up reception and banquet and more.

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