The decline in the Yellowstone Cutthroat trout population has caused grizzly bears to shift their diet to elk calves in Yellowstone National Park.
The Rural West Initiative presents a video feature on the build-up of “fugitive” ozone gas emissions that are a invisible side effect of gas extraction.
Wildlife managers are looking at white bark pine and new ways to track grizzly populations as they look to delisting the animals.
Conservation groups say a new BLM plan covering millions of acres in central Wyoming fails to adequately protect the habitat of the imperiled sage grouse.
1,200 head of cattle displaced for about two years while federal lands are allowed to recover.
Drillers want 24,000 new gas wells while Wyoming still struggles to prove it has solved its wintertime ozone problem.
A new winter-use plan may finally strike a balance between environmental concerns and tourism interests in the long-running dispute over snowmobiles.
Jana and Rich Wilson hope to keep hundreds of wild horses that would otherwise crowd the open range of Wyoming.
A battle over uranium mining at a remote 35,000-acre tract in Wyoming could shape decisions nationwide as mining surges in drought-stricken areas.
Jason Baldes wants to bring buffalo back to Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation, but it won’t be an easy undertaking.
While many welcome the economic boon of energy development, some nearby residents are concerned about health and safety.
An historic effort to preserve land in Wyoming Range is racing to raise more than $3 million by the end of the year.
A new bill would allow landowners to temporarily lease their water rights to groups for the purpose of restoring fish populations. But it faces opposition.
Four seasoned Wyoming public policy experts debated collaboration in natural resource management during a panel discussion in Cody.
U.S. EPA scientists are defending the methods they used to test a key well in the Pavillion, Wyo., hydraulic fracturing water contamination investigation.
Fremont County businesses and organizations have banded together to advocate recreation in Shoshone National Forest as it moves forward in revising its management plan.
State officials turned down an effort by Lincoln County to challenge confirmation of in-stream flow water rights in over a dozen streams in the county.
Lake trout have devastated Yellowstone’s cutthroat trout population for years, but the National Park Service is fighting back.
This summer’s drought hurt livestock and crop productions, while wildfires filled communities with smoke and threatened homes. But it wasn’t all bad.
The ex-marine describes himself as the “antithesis of a tree hugger.” Yet he’s found himself leading a movement to lessen the impact of oil drilling …
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