Objectors say state can meet its constitutional duty to “realize the largest possible proceeds” without endangering cultural sites and game habitat.
State Board of Land Commissioners
A top state official is recommending a controversial land swap near Douglas include a public easement to alleviate criticism the exchange would cut off access to public land.
Senators are expected today to debate an existing 130-acre scenic easement on state land in Grand Teton National Park that complicates efforts to preserve sensitive property.
Wyoming could advance plans for a bigger dam at New Fork Lake, management of federal lands, and a lease that would enable development in sage grouse habitat.