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LARAMIE, Wyo.— The University of Wyoming is publishing a new magazine dedicated to solving natural resource challenges in the West.
Many Montana newspapers recently carried stories about a state legislator calling on Montana University System officials to be cheerleaders for natural resource development.
When we look at the forest along the mountain front west of Red Lodge we see green, but that won’t last — one way or another. The green stands of mature lodgepole pine will be “harvested” in some way, whether from beetle kill, a stand-destroying fire, or from mechanical harvest with economic…
HELENA — Senate Republicans are moving forward with their plan to tilt the state's main environmental law in favor of industry.
GREEN RIVER, Wyo. — In southern Wyoming, most residents know where to find the state's abundant natural resources, be it wildlife or minerals.