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Wetter adventures are pricer in Yellowstone, as park officials hope to use water recreation fees to fund the fight against nonnative trout and invasive species. Yellowstone National Park is implementing higher fees for fishing and boating in 2021. It’s the first significant fee increase for these outdoor recreation opportunities in several years. Many of the…

Wyoming is currently in a prolonged drought that will have adverse effects on the farming community in the State. BLM-Worland Field Manager Mike Phillips issued a notice to Stock growers stating that “If drought conditions do not improve, it is possible that there may not be enough forage to fulfill the total authorized (animal-unit-months) on…

The Cody City Council has adopted the new rules for any food trucks and other mobile vendors that plan to operate within the city limits in 2021. As of the 1st of January, all mobile vendors in the city have received a copy of the ordinance. It is also available online on the City of…

Shoshone National Forest has opened up availability for Christmas tree permits. Kristie Salzmann, forest spokesperson noted that the affordability and family fun that the activity provides is what makes it such a noteworthy Christmas time activity.  “It’s a great opportunity to get out in the national forest, really enjoy your public lands, and it’s only…

Some people say it’s too early to decorate for Christmas – but it’s not too early to plan for it, especially if your plan involves a visit to a national forest. Christmas tree permits for Bighorn National Forest are now available for purchase online. Forest officials opened the permit period yesterday, Oct. 26, on the…

Yellowstone opens to another type of seasonal tourist. For the 4th consecutive year, the Park is issuing its free day ride permits to anyone taking hoof stock onto the trails within Yellowstone. Everyone, whether it be a local or a tourist, can enjoy experiencing the backcountry through horseback riding. Since 2017, this permit system helps…

The sun is shining, the weather is warm – so is it too early to be thinking about firewood? Not according to the Bureau of Land Management Wyoming, which has begun selling firewood permits from several of its field offices. Permits are available for purchase now, on lands managed by the Cody, Buffalo, Kemmerer, Newcastle,…

There’s another springtime social distancing activity you can indulge in – forestry.  Bridger-Teton National Forest will begin selling a number of permits relating to forest products, starting May 15th. The primary one will be the selling of firewood permits. Individuals can buy a cord of wood – a standard cord is 8 feet long, 4…

WYDOT has taken a step in a new direction: managing food truck vendors. WYDOT Officials have approved G-Licious Catering of Cheyenne as their first food truck vendor. While the concept might not sound so revolutionary, it’s the location that has the potential to turn heads. They will be selling burgers, sandwiches, and breakfast food at…


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