The Rolling Thunder Ranch is one of five ranches where recent conservation easements protect wildlife habitat.
The proverbial boot was on the other foot last week for Sublette County Sheriff Stephen Haskell when he was arrested for alleged expense report improprieties.
About 18 percent of some greater sage grouse populations — a biologically meaningful amount — leave protected core-area zones in winter, University of Wyoming researchers report.
The state’s county commissioners plan to give Congress a Wyoming blueprint on whether more than 750,000 acres of roadless federal wilderness study areas should be preserved or reclassified, possibly for development.
Commissioners are focused on making “long-term, locally driven decisions”
Emissions from wastewater recycling at oil and gas drilling sites likely contributed to a string of high-ozone events in the winter of 2011 in Wyoming's Upper Green River Basin, according to a study released this week.