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Wild Lands Policy Shelved [AUDIO]

A policy that called for federal acres to be inventoried for Wild lands characteristics has been shelved.

The Interior department made the announcement Wednesday  saying the so-called 'Wild Lands Policy' will be replaced by locally-supported efforts to preserve wilderness.

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BLM Hopeful New Lease Process Minimizes Protests [AUDIO]

A new Bureau of Land Management oil and gas leasing process is in effect for the next auction of parcels with in the Casper field office area. It's hoped the changes will minimize time consuming protests and litigation.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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BLM Adds Platte River Amenities [AUDIO]

Better access to the North Platte River and enhanced amenities were outlined to Natrona County Commissioners this week.

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Interpretive Center Shortens Hours Wednesday [AUDIO]

The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper will be open only in the afternoon Wednesday.

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Photo-Karen Snyder, K2radio
Photo-Karen Snyder, K2radio
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Reforms Ready for Wild Horse and Burro Program

The Bureau of Land Management came out this week with what they describe as new actions to strengthen their Wild Horse and Burro Program.

Director Bob Abby says adjustments to the program come after funding cuts were announced and in light of public and bipartisan criticism.

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Karen Snyder, K2radio
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Wilderness Inventory Protests An Over Reaction

Fearful of a "landgrab" Natrona County Commissioners want to contribute to efforts to stop an inventory by the Bureau of Land Management of lands with potential wilderness qualities.

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Doug Pensinger, Getty Images
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2011 Eagle Survey Seeks Volunteers

The Midwinter Eagle survey across northern and central Wyoming depends on volunteers to make it happen.   The count by the Bureau of Land Management and its partners takes place this Saturday with training for volunteers over the next three days.

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