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.
WyoFile’s gallery features reader-submitted photos of Wyoming canines splashing, swimming or cooling off.
The pandemic has accelerated a trend of outdoor use, writes Todd Wilkinson, but crowds on public lands bring their share of negative impacts.
Wildfire smoke from blazes across the West blanketed much of Wyoming this week.
Outdoor visitations soar and campgrounds fill up. But traditional tourism services go unused and crowds create management challenges.