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Meadows: Allowing companies to capitalize on wildlife to make up for development is not a Wyoming value

First published in the Casper Star Tribune The current mess we are in with greater sage grouse is just history repeating itself. We have been here before, and we have made these mistakes — mistakes that have cost sportsmen and sportswomen of this country billions to try to repair the damage. Damage that could have […]

Our Comments to WGF on Captive Rearing of Sage Grouse

Last year the Wyoming State Legislature voted to approve House Bill 271.  This bill required the Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGF) to write rules to allow for captive farming of Greater sage grouse. You can read the bill in its entirety here. You can learn more about the sponsors of the bill here. Since […]

Rider to House Bill Could Be a Big Issue for Sage Grouse

US Congress April 26, 2016, Washington, D.C. – Rider to the National Defense Authorization Act Could Be a Big Issue for Sage Grouse More than 37% of the nation’s Greater Sage-grouse population is in Wyoming. The language on sage grouse inserted by Rep. Rob Bishop of Utah is identical to his bill HR 4739, introduced […]