Environment

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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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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Action Alert: Great American Outdoors Act

The Great American Outdoors Act legislation fully and permanently funds the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and addresses priority repair needs in our national parks and other land management agencies. In June the Senate passed the act with a strong bipartisan vote of 73-25 and President Trump has said he supports the legislation.  Disappointingly Senators Barrasso and Enzi both voted against the bill. ACTIONS TO…

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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 uncertainties of our changing energy economy. Barron will describe the plan and discuss the international…

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Public Comment Deadline 11/9/2019. In August the BLM announced their 4th Quarter December Lease Sale. Surprisingly, a large chunk of these parcels up for sale are located in the Absaroka Beartooth Front, particularly in rural populated areas that will have adverse effects on human health and safety; water for people, agriculture, and wildlife; wildlife movement and habitat that correlate to Park County’s economic base through tourism, hunting, and fishing; and private property values.  Also, not to be…

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