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Gordon Budget A Win For Sportsmen

Governor Gordon released his proposed budget for 2021-2022 and we have a couple of wildlife updates for you. Gordon has requested $12 Million in one-time funding for the Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust Fund (WWNRT). The WWNRT fund is a corpus account with projects being funded from accrued interest. This $12 Million will continue to [...]

Gordon Budget A Win For Sportsmen2019-11-27T03:06:29+00:00

Cody business owners response to Anti-Hunting Billboard

Put up a billboard in oppostiion.  In a recent news article titled "Wyoming remains premier spot for hunting" the auhor discussed many things hunting, but one thing stood out to us; how two billboards with opposing views were put up directly behind one another. According to the article "one billboard...features a hunter and an [...]

Cody business owners response to Anti-Hunting Billboard2019-11-22T23:17:00+00:00

Politicians seek to Develop 5.6% of Wyoming, all State Trust Lands

Residential - Commercial - Industrial Development Proposals for State Trust Lands Bill requires OSLI to seek development proposals for state trust lands. Do you hunt on state trust land? What would hunting look like without state trust land?  A proposed bill in the Wyoming legislature seeks development proposals [...]

Politicians seek to Develop 5.6% of Wyoming, all State Trust Lands2019-12-03T02:21:33+00:00

$14.5 Million Federal Grant for Wildlife Crossings

WYDOT receives $14.5 million federal grant for Dry Piney wildlife crossing project  Recent press release from Governor Gordon 11/14/2019 CHEYENNE, Wyo. –  The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) will receive a $14.5 million federal grant from the U.S Department of Transportation for a wildlife crossing project north of La Barge in southwest Wyoming. The Better Utilizing [...]

$14.5 Million Federal Grant for Wildlife Crossings2019-11-22T17:49:01+00:00