Wyoming Policy Update

Wyoming Sage-Grouse Executive Order Public Input Requested Due April 8, 2019 Governor Gordon is interested in suggestions that may be used to update the Sage-Grouse Executive Order. Sage-Grouse Implementation Team Chairman Bob Budd asks to please use the existing SGEO as the base document to work from. Rather than word-smithing it, we recommend you focus on pointing out the specific…

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Conservation Policy with Joy Bannon

Cheatgrass Invasive plants are a hindrance to wildlife and livestock alike. Cheatgrass is an invasive plant that has caused many biologists and grazers to scratch their heads as to how to deal with its prolific nature. At the recent Western Governors’ Association Working Lands Roundtable in Cheyenne this month, I sat in on a presentation by Dr. Barry Perryman, a…

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Sage Grouse and States Rights

In Wyoming we are known for our independent nature, we take pride in our work and know where to draw the line. So, in 2007 when the State of Wyoming charged a group of people from independent backgrounds to come together and solve a complex problem, they rolled up their sleeves and got to work. The West’s iconic bird, the…

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