Hemp could boost Wyoming’s agricultural sector, but industry proponents say policy delays, funding worries and overzealous law enforcement have slowed growth.
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Agreement with federal agency calls for state role in ‘active management’ to combat fire threats, invasive weeds, but critics see it as a plan for more logging and industrial agriculture.
Biologists in the state with 11% of greater sage grouse estimate the population at about 78,000 birds, up more than 33,000 from 2019.
A presentation made to the Joint Revenue Committee in response to a WyoFile series on investment performance was rife with inaccuracies, unfounded accusations and obfuscation.
In rebuttal to a recent guest column, Jennifer Molidor and Erik Molvar argue that grazing’s effects are antithetical to wild habitat conservation.