Environment

How residents can help shape Park County’s Land Use Plan: Public meetings in Powell, Cody and Meeteetse scheduled for June   Reprinted from the POWELL TRIBUNE – June 9, 2022. By Eric Gill https://www.powelltribune.com/stories/how-residents-can-help-shape-park-countys-land-use-plan,41197?   Park County residents who are concerned about future growth have an opportunity to be heard. The county is updating its Land Use Plan, starting with a trio of upcoming meetings…

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Webinar: Investing in Solar Energy for Home, Farm, Business

Investing in Solar Energy for Home, Farm, Business (Sheridan)…The second in a series of Solar Energy webinars will focus on affordability, financing, and funding of photo voltaic electric generation for residential, farm and business on Wednesday evening, February 16 from 6 to 7  PM. (MST). “More and more Wyomingites are utilizing Solar energy to reduce their utility bills, become more independent and fight climate change…

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Action Alert.

The Shoshone National Forest is 2.4 million acres of rugged and beautiful public lands in northwestern Wyoming. Bordering the eastern edge of Yellowstone National Park and stretching from Lander to the Montana state line, it is the country’s first national forest and home to some of Wyoming’s most epic mountain ranges, expansive wilderness and roadless areas, and iconic wildlife. The U.S. Forest Service identifies and…

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Hopefully you have seen that Shoshone National Forest has released its Travel Management Plan Environmental Assessment. The Shoshone National Forest began the Travel Management planning process in June 2015. This process will designate a sustainable system of roads, trails, and areas that are open for motor vehicle use with public involvement. Here is the link to all the resources including maps and documents: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/shoshone/home/?cid=stelprd3846526 Comments…

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Park County WY Natural Resource Management Plan.

On September 20, 2021, the Park County Commissioners adopted the final version of the Park County Natural Resource Management Plan. Over a year in development, the final plan has been published on the Park County government website (https://parkcounty-wy.gov/planning-and-zoning/nrmp/). A Natural Resource Management Plan (NRMP) is a form of land use planning that serves as the basis for communicating and coordinating with the federal and state…

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Celebrate National Public Lands Day at Hogan and Luce Recreation Site

The Bureau of Land Management Cody Field Office will partner with the community at the Hogan and Luce Recreation Site on Saturday, Sept. 25, to celebrate National Public Lands Day.  “Hogan and Luce is a beautiful recreation area and we’ll make it even better by planting 100 trees for National Public Lands Day,” said BLM Outdoor Recreation Planner Rick Tryder. “I hope you’ll join us…

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