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A game ranching bill in Wyoming pits landowners against hunters

February 16, 1987

The jerry-built system of wildlife management on a mix of state-owned, federal and private lands is under pressure from private landowners.

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A game ranching bill in Wyoming pits landowners against hunters
The jerry-built system of wildlife management on a mix of state-owned, federal and private lands is under pressure from private landowners.

News

Montana's stream access war may be over
After more than five years of tug-of-war in the courts and the Montana Legislature, the battle over recreational access to rivers and streams appears to be settled.
Idaho enters the nuclear weapons business
The Idaho National Engineering Laboratory near Idaho Falls is preparing for its first major nuclear weapons project.

Perspective

Marriage of convenience
Even as we make our alliances, there is no doubt that the environmental movement's next great effort will be to contain and civilize the "recreation" industry, the "retirement" industry, and whatever else moves into the economic vacuum in the rural Rockies.