Lois Herbst’s experience includes Central Wyoming College’s public television community advisory board, the Central Wyoming College Foundation, Fremont County Farm Bureau President, Fremont County Cattlewomen President, the University of Wyoming’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Advisory Board, the Wyoming Beef Council, the Wyoming Business Alliance, and the Wyoming Heritage Foundation Steering Committee.
She was the first woman elected by permittees to serve on the Lander District of the Wyoming State Grazing Board and the first and only woman president of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association.
The Wyoming Beef Improvement Association selected Herbst and her husband as the commercial producer of the year.
She is in the Wyoming Agriculture Hall of Fame and was named by the Riverton Chamber of Commerce as agriculture woman of the year. She also received the Wyoming Farm Bureau Leadership award.
She continues to serve on the Fremont County Natural Resource Planning Committee.
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