Battling invasive species in a state as vast as Wyoming comes with huge hurdles. Researchers are finding innovative ways around them.
Wildfires have reignited debate over land management, Wyoming rancher Mary Flitner writes. She reflects on a time when she bonded with land managers over shared local knowledge.
As the U.S. Forest Service studies a Wyoming plan for irrigators to draw down a Sublette recreation destination by 22 feet, it likely won’t weigh water-saving alternatives.
In rebuttal to a recent guest column, Jennifer Molidor and Erik Molvar argue that grazing’s effects are antithetical to wild habitat conservation.
Rural landscapes and wildlife, write Wyoming ranchers Sharon and Pat O’Toole, need ranching and irrigated agriculture to survive.