A Facebook Live broadcast of a Revenue Committee meeting by the Wyoming Association of Municipalities dispels the myth of citizen access challenges.
Critics of an eastern Wyoming land exchange say a proposed access easement wouldn't resolve worries about losing hundreds of acres of public property.
As a result, frequency and extent of unauthorized grazing are “largely unknown.”
Lincoln County has no plans to restore a public access it cut to a 32,936-acre wilderness study area.
Most Westerners, including a majority of Wyomingites, want to maintain and protect federal land in their home states, according to Colorado College’s Conservation in the West poll.