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In Defense of Our Public Lands: Voices From the Backcountry

By: 
Meg Morris,

Here are stories born from time spent in the wild lands that belong to us all.

Sportsmen: State takeover of public lands could leave public behind

By: 
Judith Kohler May 12, 2015


Image: Lew Carpenter

Hunters, anglers voice concerns about management and fiscal burdens.

Westerners join forces to keep public lands in public hands

By: 
Meg Morris



Throughout the West, state lawmakers have introduced bills or have proposals in the works to take over all or some of the national public lands within their boundaries. Some legislators are threatening to sue to claim the lands. Others are spending a lot of time and money to study the costs and benefits of assuming control of national public lands. The National Wildlife Federation and its affiliates in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada are reaching out to lawmakers, the public and the media to make it clear that we want public lands to stay in public hands.

Job Opportunity: Wyoming Wildlife Federation

By: 
Wyoming Wildlife Federation, July 30, 2015


Image: Lew Carpenter

The Wyoming Wildlife Federation is looking for a qualified candidate interested in wildlife issues with special emphasis on fund-raising and development to serve as Executive Director (ED). This position will serve under supervision of the President of the Board of Directors.

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