Guest columnist George Sibley likens the anxiety over a Compact call — and how it would affect Upper Basin states like Wyoming — to a folk story about irrational fear.
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.
In a rebuttal to former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt’s recent column, agricultural advocate Andy Mueller argues that buy-and-dry programs are not the answer to the Colorado River system’s oversubscription.
The Colorado River basin faces a massive crisis. Former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt lays out a road map that doesn’t entail arbitrary cuts.