Though elected officials tout its economic promises, nuclear opponents say the Natrium project is no different from previous failed public investments.
The national park will again allow ‘qualified volunteers’ to shoot exotic mountain goats that threaten a small, native herd of bighorn sheep.
Five water storage projects underway in Wyoming would capture or use 115,000 acre-feet from an already strained basin. Wyoming is bent on accomplishing its goals.
In Sinks Canyon State Park, the conflict over a proposed project underscores challenges of balancing outdoor use with wildlife managment.
Industry and environmental advocates see “assigned trust” as a viable option for ensuring reclamation after closures.