Cowboys in the Swamp

Sometimes we have to do it – two weeks ago I flew back to Washington D.C. – I was there for a few reasons, to attend the National Wildlife Federation annual meeting, meet with Wyoming’s elected officials and meet with the Department of Interior to talk about the recent oil and gas leasing in sage grouse core habitat, designated big game migration routes, and the Greater Little Mountain Area.

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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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