Introduced by Idaho in 1969, mountain goats join habitat fragmentation and genetic isolation in threatening an iconic native sheep herd’s future.
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Analysisby Slide safety education hasn’t kept pace with the advances in machinery that have given riders ready access to treacherous terrain.
The Roosevelt Fire turns the sun a deep red Sunday evening in this view from the Hoback Rim above Bondurant.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest wants to start a nonprofit “friends group” to help it raise money, organize volunteers and build awareness.
Meetings May 1 kick off efforts under the National Trails Stewardship Act to grow partnerships on state’s national forests.