One of Sublette County’s oldest working ranches will now be conserved for future generations due to a conservation easement sold to the Wyoming Land Trust. Last week, the Miller family entered the Circle Ranch Home Place parcel into a conservation easement with the Land Trust. The easement is on 1,963 acres of working ranchland which is prime elk, moose, mule deer, pronghorn and sage grouse habitat. The ranch is located just outside of Big Piney, Wyoming. The family had previously donated a 387-acre easement near ‘The Rim’ in Sublette County in 2007. They say they plan to take proceeds from the Circle Ranch Home Place easement to purchase additional property on the 3 Bar Ranch along the New Fork and Green River, with the hopes of completing a third conservation easement on the land there in the near future.