All posts tagged "public land"

  • THE NEW WEST: Protected Ideals

    Study refutes Trump administration’s claim that monuments are a liability to communities. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Public lands: a boon for communities in the New West or a bane to our existence? With the value of nature-related...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • THE BUZZ 2: To NEPA or Not

    Public will get a voice in the Phase 2 Snow King saga. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Snow King Mountain will not yet move forward with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review process, which would bring it...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • THE NEW WEST: Sage Civil Servitude

    Saying goodbye to Yellowstone’s Bob Barbee, a giant of the green and grey. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Gushing at the lip of Old Faithful Geyser last Saturday came an eruption of reverence and mirth. It flooded forth...

    • Posted May 24, 2017
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  • THE BUZZ 3: Master Plans

    More public input, some argue, is necessary before moving forward with the town hill’s blueprint for expansion. JACKSON HOLE, WY – “I live close to a forest, and my dog was eaten by a mountain lion. If...

    • Posted May 17, 2017
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  • THE NEW WEST: Enshrouding Truth

    Trump’s techniques for silencing civil servants are nothing new, but they should be widely discussed and recognized. JACKSON HOLE, WY – With the Trump administration only weeks old, fear and declining morale are already pervasive in federal...

    • Posted February 21, 2017
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  • CONGRESSIONAL CHRONICLES

    Citizens say ‘back off’ the public land takeover. Landslide Field reps from Wyoming’s D.C. delegation admitted that hardly anybody comes to their quarterly “Office Hours” soiree held in Jackson. The scheduled gripe session is poorly publicized but...

    • Posted October 27, 2015
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  • GUEST OPINION: This Land Is…

    A takeover of federal lands would have disastrous consequences. Jackson, WY – We knew better. The hiking guidebook bluntly states, “The exit on this trail is a sandy, shadeless, brutal uphill slog and the low elevations here...

    • Posted October 6, 2015
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