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Gov. Matt Mead wants state lawmakers to fund sage grouse conservation, saying an investment of state dollars would trigger a 3-to-1 match of federal and private funds to purchase and retire development rights on private ranches.
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#1 Dec 17, 2011
Do not put windmills on this pristine area. No one benefits but the people getting the royalties and the builders. You will fofeit your beautiful access and never be able to enjoy it again. All you have to do is look at Evanston, and the Fort Bridger area
The amount of elcectricity is minimal and it will be shipped out od the state and the country,and you can count on it!!!
It is bad enough that the government is closing our access to all the forests and BLM land. As uswual they want us to pay for it and not get to us it. Wyoming is one of the last beartiful strate that the resident and their kid and grand kid can experience the beauty and wild animals.
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