Nevada Watt’s Fusion Show and Sale celebrates the evolving world of cowboy crafts and craftspeople at the 2017 Brannaman Pro-Am Vaquero Roping.
Jack London’s forward-thinking novel, published 104 years ago, touted the value of rural life and sustainable farming.
Charles F. Lummis’ publication, The Land of Sunshine, gives us a glimpse of the old California vaquero, his methods and his gear.
The celebrated cowboy poet wrote with a style that was uniquely unromantic and undoubtedly authentic.
Photographer John Langmore and award-winning filmmaker Bud Force, both based in Austin, Texas, have partnered to begin production of a feature-length documentary called Cowboys, which will authentically portray the lifestyle of working cowboys on some of the largest cattle ranches in the West.
Early California vaqueros often created daring competitions that displayed advanced horsemanship skills.