Wyoming sees potential to release water owned by the federal government instead of cutting back use by irrigators, industry and municipalities to meet downstream obligations.
Lawmakers advanced four bills suggested by CJR experts to stem Wyoming’s prison crisis.
Outside experts have found targeted solutions to Wyoming’s incarceration crisis. But will legislators move them forward?
All eyes are on Wyoming, state senator says, as water commission board member Budd-Falen questions need for new law that would make banking a beneficial use.
Forest Service would log, cut, burn, build 600 miles of temporary roads across 562 square miles in Medicine Bow Mountains and Sierra Madre.