“The work will focus on key ‘firesheds – large forested landscapes with a high likelihood that an ignition could expose homes, communities, and infrastructure to wildfire.”
Beef up your bins before they become bear breakfast
A new ordinance goes into effect April 1 to get bear-resistant trash cans. But it may not be a cheap or easy process.
Bathed to the bone: This new cremation method uses water instead of flame
Alkaline hydrolysis is growing in popularity, especially among those who see its low-emissions process as an environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional flame cremation.
Teton County helps lead other rural communities in environmental stewardship
Efforts to create a “Mountain Neighbor Handbook” are popping up in places from Big Horn County, Wyoming to Truckee, California.
Mule deer may be hurting this winter while fish thrive
State officials say the harsh winter is affecting wildlife’s ability to forage for food.
Environmental groups question plans for Karns Meadow
Conservationists argue new pathways could disturb wildlife, while transportation enthusiasts see them as a safe route through town.
More than a hundred volunteers explore Teton wilderness for annual ‘Moose Day’
Numbers from the search help Wyoming’s Game & Fish Department get a more accurate picture of the health of the local moose herd.
Amid Colorado River cuts, a Flaming Gorge fishing guide hopes the ‘leftovers’ are enough
The reservoir on the Wyoming-Utah border stores water for the Colorado River. More and more of the reserves are being sent downstream.
‘Building trust and positivity’: Jackson mayor lays out roadmap for 2023
Hailey Morton Levinson highlights the town’s efforts to add housing, improve child care access and promote inclusion.