Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
The forthcoming decision on listing the greater sage grouse under the Endangered Species Act has sparked controversy, fear and anger among Westerners. As expected, legislators are politicizing the issue — and not necessarily for the greater good.
Hal Herring may be a late to the party, but if that’s the case, “then play a different kind of music and have a different kind of party,” he suggested.
Acting with the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation as our guide, hunters and anglers have been leading conservation advocates in Montana for decades. Our efforts have helped establish unmatched hunting and fishing traditions that form one of the cornerstones to Montana’s way of li…
JACKSON — State lawmakers are coming to Teton County to talk about cuts to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and they could get an earful.
Fewer fish will be stocked, hunting and fishing accesses purchased and habitat projects organized, after the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission approved millions of dollars of cuts to the Game and Fish Department's 2014 budget Tuesday in Saratoga.
Neil Thaggard of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership joins members of the Wyoming Wilderness Association on a long hike into the Shoshone National Forest on Sunday for a habitat improvement project.
WAPITI, Wyo. — A group of volunteers set off early Sunday into the morning shadows of the North Absaroka Wilderness, where they’ll spend three days and nights working to remove an old fence from an important wildlife migration corridor.
Several bills dealing with environmental and land use issues may come up for debate in the next few days as Congress scrambles to get some work done before its July 4 break.
CODY, Wyo. — A sportsmen’s group looking to preserve hunting and fishing opportunities on public and private land recently donated $10,000 to Wyoming Game and Fish to help support a state-run access program.
CODY, Wyo. — Rural counties in the Rocky Mountain West that are managed more for conservation and recreation than resource development enjoy greater economic success, from higher home prices to more jobs, a new study suggests.
CODY, Wyo. — For the first time anyone can remember, county commissioners, conservationists, energy officials and a number of user groups sat down Wednesday night at one table, in one room, to discuss public lands and the many opinions surrounding their use.
CODY, Wyo. -- Before heading out to hunt turkeys on Monday, the science and policy director for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership spoke on things dear to the West -- energy development, hunting, fishing and good land stewardship.
Bill Geer, director of the Center for Western Lands for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, headlines the Sept. 13 meeting of the Magic City Fly Fishers at the Billings Rod and Gun Club.
DENVER - A nonprofit conservation organization says better coordination is needed between state wildlife officials and federal land managers handling energy development and mule deer populations in the West.
Hoping to do for the Absaroka-Beartooth Front what has been done along Montana's Rocky Mountain Front, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition has proposed greater protections for the region in northwestern Wyoming.
GREEN RIVER, Wyo. — The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership is appealing a recent court decision to allow continued oil and gas development on the lucrative Pinedale Anticline gas field in southwest Wyoming.
JACKSON, Wyo. — A conservation group has filed an appeal in its lawsuit over wildlife in the Pinedale Anticline gas field.
MISSOULA — Gray ghosts still stand in the Great Burn.
DENVER - Four conservation groups are teaming up to restore some of the country's original grasslands and preserve the wildlife that depends on it.