Casper Star Tribune

Report: Livestock, not wild horses, have degraded public lands

by Casper Star Tribune | November 19, 2022
Not much, a conservation group’s analysis of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) data found earlier this month — raising questions about the value of ongoing efforts to reduce the number of horses inhabiting federal lands used for livestock grazing, which has a significantly bigger ...

BLM gives final OK to American Prairie bison grazing plans; GOP politicians vow to fight

by Casper Star Tribune | August 1, 2022
As the state’s cattle industry and pro-agriculture politicians have taken aim at the BLM for what it sees as its pro-American Prairie decision, the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility has charged the federal agency has given commercial livestock grazing a pass when it comes ...

Roy: The largest-ever wild horse roundup has resumed in Wyoming, but who does it benefit?

by Casper Star Tribune | January 15, 2022
The 3.8-million-member Sierra Club has called out the BLM’s bias against wild horses in resource allocation and called for the removal of livestock from designated wild horse habitat areas instead of removing horses. Other groups, including Western Watersheds Project, Center for ...
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