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AJ Richards, President of Wyoming Legacy Meats, talked about their new business here in Cody and how they’re using regenerative agriculture to give the consumer the best possible beef products.  A fifth-generation rancher, AJ took an interesting journey to get to Cody, including being a Cross Fit trainer. Wyoming Legacy Meats has opened what AJ…

Sage grouse numbers remain in flux in Wyoming, as early analysis suggests there were declines in reproduction during 2021 which will affect populations in 2022. Wyoming Game and Fish released an early assessment of 2021’s sage grouse numbers. Based on those numbers, there are indications sage grouse reproduction declined slightly in the last year. Wings…

Wyoming Game and Fish cold-stocked and warm traded its way through an extremely fishy year, enhancing future angling experiences across the state. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is wrapping up fish stocking for the year – and it was tremendous. Overall, the department put more than 6.5 million fish in 368 Wyoming waters to…

Who cares about conversation and environmentalism? We do, apparently. In a joint study led by researchers at the University of Wyoming, Duke University and the University of Rhode Island, 1,800 voters were polled on a myriad of issues, but a special group from 8 western states including Wyoming were focus grouped on issues involving the…

The University of Wyoming study has found new ways to reclaim land torn up by strip-mining. The study by Associate Professor Kristina Hufford and graduate student Kurt Fleisher, in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, looked at former uranium and coal mine sites in central and southwest Wyoming using the traditional method of reclamation…


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