A Quarter of Wyoming Needs A Land Manager

Red Desert Speed Goats

Nearly one-quarter of Wyoming is under Bureau of Land Management (BLM) oversight – many of us recreate, hunt, fish, and camp on these public lands. Here, the Federation’s Executive Director, Dwayne Meadows lends his take on the Senate confirming Tracy Stone-Manning as the director of the BLM. Cover photo: Antelope bucks on Bureau Of Land Management land near Farson. For…

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Recreating on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Lands with Jared Oakleaf

BLM Lander Front Photo

Have you ever wondered why some roads are closed, how a recreation area is developed for off-road vehicles, or what constitutes ‘multiple-use” on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Lands? Jared Oakleaf, is a lifelong Lander citizen, outdoorsman, and the Outdoor Recreation Planner out of the Lander BLM Field Office recently us walked through the public planning process for the BLM….

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New Film Showcases Local Support for Little Mountain in Wyoming’s Sweetwater County

A community-based coalition calls for conservation measures to safeguard this one-of-a-kind recreational destination ROCK SPRINGS, WY – The Greater Little Mountain Coalition released a film recently, highlighting local support for the conservation of its namesake area, just south of Rock Springs. The film features seven Sweetwater County residents expressing their views on the importance of the Greater Little Mountain Area,…

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