Environment

Park County Natural Resource Management Plan

Park County will soon have a natural resources management plan for its federal and state lands, and is inviting the public to participate in a steering committee that will help shape the plan. The County is currently in the process of completing their Natural Resource Management Plan (NRMP). Counties can…

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Good news for the Earth

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled to keep the Clean Water Act intact, dealing a major loss to the Trump administration and its pro-polluter agenda. The fate of the nation’s clean water hung in the balance. The nation’s highest court has sided with clean water advocates in a decades-long legal dispute involving…

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The ecosystem holding America’s first national park is facing whirlwind changes. The slowdown could be the wake-up call we need. by Todd Wilkinson, March 18, 2020 Republished with Permission from Mountain Journal     We are a country, society and region unaccustomed to dealing with involuntary pause. We’ve been caught…

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You Helped Protect Boysen Reservoir.

Reposting from Wyoming Outdoor Council. ACTION ALERT Dear Friend, First, thank you. Your earlier comments to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality persuaded the agency to deny Aethon Energy Company’s proposal to increase the discharge — from 2 million to over 8.25 million gallons per day — of oil and…

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Climate Solutions For Wyoming.

Is carbon dividend plan good for Wyoming citizens? Wyoming Rising invites you to explore a bipartisan climate solution for Wyoming. Bill Barron, Rocky Mountain Regional Director of the Citizen’s Climate Lobby will discuss HR763, The Energy Innovation and Climate Dividend Act, and how it could help Wyoming Citizens with the…

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