“H.R. 6939: Restoring Local Input and Access to Public Lands” would end wilderness study areas without a single public meeting or town hall discussion.
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The Raymond Mountain wilderness study area is not a well-known destination, making its lush drainage and wild geology enticing to those who want wilderness without people.
Fortification Creek coal-bed methane monitoring meeting set for Nov 7…
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Buffalo Field Office will host a Fortification Creek Resource Management Plan Amendment (RMPA) monitoring meeting on Nov. 7. The meeting will begin at 9
The Bureau of Land Management has identified nearly a quarter-million acres in northwest Wyoming that may have wilderness characteristics and should be studied for possible protection as "wild lands" under the agency's upcoming revision of its Bighorn Basin resource management plan (RMP). The areas include more than 50,000 acres of unprotected land just east of Cody, Wyo., known as the Whistle Creek and Rough Gulch units, that border the 11,350-acre McCullough Peaks Wilderness Study Area, which BLM protected after an earlier wilderness inventory in 1980.