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35K BLM Land Purchase On Hold

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon filed an appeal to challenge the Bureau of Land Management’s purchase of 35,000 acres south of Casper, Wyoming along the famed North Platte River. That appeal was granted and the sale has been red-lighted, for the time being.  Public land advocates were not happy to hear …

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Mule Deer Hunting in Montana

Guy Eastman is hunting mule deer in Montana with our 2018 hunt winner. Tag along with David Matthias and Rod Paschke of Sizzlin’ S Outfitters. You could win this hunt too! All of our subscribers to the EASTMANS’ HUNTING JOURNAL magazine are automatically entered in a drawing for this hunt …

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Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Utah State University researcher Julie Young, who leads the USDA’s Predator Ecology and Behavior Project in Utah, is working on a fencing research project in the hopes of coming up with best practices for predator fencing to protect livestock from apex predators. According to this report, Young’s goal is to …

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Feds To Ban Lead Ammunition

“So far, lead ammunition – as well as lead fishing tackle – is set to be banned by 2026 on several national wildlife refuges in the Eastern United States, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS) spokeswoman Vanessa Kauffman said Wednesday…” The push to ban all lead ammunition continues to gain …

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