Wyoming Wildlife, BLM Leasing, and D.C. Politics

Last week Wyoming Wildlife Federation visited the U.S. Capitol. Every once in a while, it is critical for Wyoming folks to visit directly with those working in D.C. – with close to a million acres of Wyoming’s public land being auctioned for oil and gas leasing in a six-month period here in 2018 – the Federation felt the need to…

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Conservation In The Anthropocene

Landon Blanchard watches a grizzly bear in Wyoming - Photo by: Christian Baumeister

Currently, there are over 7 billion of us living on the planet and I tend to think that with a population of the magnitude – with no sign of slowing – our ability to affect lasting changes on our planet, both positive and negative, cannot be overstated.

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