Bureau of Land Management

Wild Horse Adoption In Wheatland
The Bureau of Land Management and the Mantle Wild Horse Adoption and Training Center will host a wild horse adoption on Saturday, June 23rd in Wheatland.
Adoption applications will be accepted beginning at 8 a.m. Approximately 10 saddle-started and halter trained wild horses will be available for vi…
BLM Seeks Bids To Pasture Wild Horses
Interested in offering long-term free-roaming pasture space to, maybe, 2000 wild horses?
The Bureau of Land Management currently holds in long and short facilities over 45,000 animals and is now taking bids in hopes of finding pasture for those in short term holding...
BLM Adopts Temporary Sage Grouse Strategy
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has adopted a temporary strategy to protect the greater sage grouse in 10 Western states until it implements a long-term policy for the mainly ground-dwelling bird in a couple years...
BLM Plans To Fast-Track 3 Wyoming Wind Projects
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Three proposed wind farms in Wyoming are among the projects that the Bureau of Land Management plans to fast-track nationally.
One is the 1,000-turbine Chokecherry and Sierra Madre Wind Energy project south of Rawlins, proposed by the Denver-based Anschutz Corp...
Real Or Fake? The Christmas Tree Question.
Many Wyomingites will be making the big decision soon about whether to buy a fake or real Christmas tree...or, maybe, cut their own from a local forest. There are merits for all options, but Bill Ulfelder at The Nature Conservancy says natural Christmas trees are best...
BLM, Forest Service Offer Christmas Tree Permits
The Bureau of Land Management offers Christmas tree permits for sale every year.
Cindy Wertz, public affairs specialist with the BLM, says permits are good for up to five trees, though the number allowed varies by field office.
"You simply need to go into a BLM office and talk to the informat…

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