Mountain States Legal Foundation President and CEO Cristen Wohlgemuth today released the following statement in response to President Joe Biden’s nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning to run the Bureau of Land Management
Traveling nearly 100 miles off the grid to meet the First Lady of Western sheep ranching.
Mountain State Legal Foundation celebrated a victory Monday, when a pair of consolidated grizzly bear-related cases that plaintiffs wanted heard by a federal court in distant Washington, D.C., were transferred to Wyoming’s Federal District Court for resolution.
Albert Sommers looks grim—and not just because he’s standing in the pre-dawn dark and cold, restless horse in hand, with a very long day of gathering and sorting cattle ahead of him. It’s something else that’s making him somber.
Instead of applauding yet another success of the Endangered Species Act in providing for the recovery of the previously threatened Gray Wolf population in the lower-48 states, many environmental organizations and tribes are decrying the delisting of the species. On Thursday, U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced the delisting of the species, calling it a…
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Green extremists worked to destroy my family’s ranch. And a potentially deadly act of mechanical sabotage remains unexplained.
We hit the trail to learn what it takes to move cattle across Wyoming’s grizzly country
The Ray family received some welcome news last week: their application got denied. Now, I know what you’re thinking; getting a rejection letter is rarely cause for celebration. But for the Rays, this isn’t a setback so much as an opportunity — an opportunity that has, until now, been denied to them. When the Rays…
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