As the rest of the West rushes to reduce carbon-emissions, Wyoming is moving in the opposite direction, creating the possibility that “the burgeoning renewable market might just blow past Wyoming.”
writers on the range
In rebuttal to a recent guest column, Jennifer Molidor and Erik Molvar argue that grazing’s effects are antithetical to wild habitat conservation.
When the pandemic is over, writes retired teacher Asta Bowen, let’s look not only at what society needs from schools, but also at what the young truly need from us.
Rural landscapes and wildlife, write Wyoming ranchers Sharon and Pat O’Toole, need ranching and irrigated agriculture to survive.
In a rebuttal to former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt’s recent column, agricultural advocate Andy Mueller argues that buy-and-dry programs are not the answer to the Colorado River system’s oversubscription.