Wildfires have reignited debate over land management, Wyoming rancher Mary Flitner writes. She reflects on a time when she bonded with land managers over shared local knowledge.
Agreement with federal agency calls for state role in ‘active management’ to combat fire threats, invasive weeds, but critics see it as a plan for more logging and industrial agriculture.
The sky over the Wind River Range turns orange as the sun sets on a smoky Wednesday in a scene from Ray Lake near Fort Washakie.
Portraits of some of the 1,456 firefighters working on three major wildfires in Wyoming.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest has seen a 28 percent budget cut since 2009, hurting programs, facilities and personnel who serve 3.4 million visitors a year.