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How Wyoming could buy a piece of Colorado

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Rockies Today

March 9 · Issue #88 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

How Wyoming could buy a piece of Colorado
Wyoming considers massive land, mineral rights purchase from oil company, which would spill over into Colorado Wyoming considers massive land, mineral rights purchase from oil company, which would spill over into Colorado
The latest on negotiations over the potential land acquisition:
As budget session wanes, top solons negotiate in private
The Casper Star-Tribune editorial board weighed in over the weekend:
Editorial board: Scope of land deal demands caution, transparency
BLM's rogue relocation
GAO: BLM falling short on relocation effort GAO: BLM falling short on relocation effort
Trump’s bid to move hundreds of jobs from D.C., possibly separating families, was based on unsupported assumptions, report says
BLM move prompts about half of D.C. staff to quit
Grazing rule revamp kindles tensions
New Sagebrush Rebellion prompts look at who controls old West New Sagebrush Rebellion prompts look at who controls old West
More from the Times-News:
BLM touts fire prevention, but environmentalists say grazing proposals cave to ranchers
More public lands news:
Senate package includes $9.5B for maintenance backlog
Growing the grid in Glacier
As visits increase, Idaho Parks and Recreation backs off marketing efforts
Alberta’s backyard: photos of the ten provincial parks and recreation areas that are now completely shut down
How to protect wildlife beyond park boundaries?
Study looks at realities of increasing national park fees to pay for wildlife conservation outside the parks Study looks at realities of increasing national park fees to pay for wildlife conservation outside the parks
More wildlife news:
Teck baffled by fish collapse downstream of its B.C. coal mines
Montana officials worry about CWD's economic impacts
New project aims to find, count Montana's pronghorn
Chinook chagrin
What the history of salmon can tell us about the future of the planet
Interior to fund two Montana grizzly bear management specialists
A dog's death in a snare has prompted questions about the safety of trapping on public lands
Skiers, sheep guardians haggle over maps
Deer, bear and everywhere: Animals move into the city
Solar's cloudy future in Utah
Utah’s largest power company and solar advocates fight over rooftop panels Utah’s largest power company and solar advocates fight over rooftop panels
What’s the value of residential solar? Utah weighs a persistent question
As for utility-scale solar…
Oregon emerges as a solar and energy storage development hub
More energy news:
Protesters rally against Keystone pipeline ahead of court hearing in Great Falls
Colstrip's largest owner has been planning an exit for years
Peabody Energy lays off 50 temporary workers at Wyoming coal mine
U.S. coal use is plunging at fastest rate since Eisenhower era
Energy efficient homes mean less air pollution. But are they affordable?
As more electric vehicles are on the way, Colorado’s tax incentives begin to wind down
'It’s a game of survivor': Alberta energy industry braces as oil prices plunge as low as $32
Alaska export project clears FERC permitting hurdle
UBS exits Arctic oil, coal mines and tar sands projects
What else we're reading today
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown takes first executive steps to enact carbon-cutting climate plan
Laramie, Wyoming, commits to carbon neutrality
Opinion: Outdoor NIMBY attitude is not the answer to a growing region
West Yellowstone guides file unfair labor practices complaint
The forgotten history of the black American cowboy
Art and journalism combine to create a more empathetic West
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock running for Senate
Rockies Today is edited by Matthew Frank, Fellow in Regional Journalism at the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at the University of Montana. 
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