Brucellosis spreads as Wyoming tries to protect livestock
As he does every single morning from November into April, Bondurant, Wyoming, rancher Kevin Campbell leads his two draft horses, Ed and Smoke, out of their pen and harnesses them to the hay wagon to feed elk.
In Wyoming, wildlife does more than just satisfy the fleeting affections of summertime tourists holding smartphones out car windows. For many of the state’s residents, wildlife means food for the body and soul, money in the bank, a way of life. Read more
Western Confluence magazine explores the western United States’ stickiest natural resource issues – drought, freshwater supply, our changing climate, wildfires, invasive species, insect outbreaks, energy development impacts, conservation finance, and more