The closure of three HMAs in the Wyoming checkerboard, and downsizing of a fourth, will be accompanied by other changes, as BLM updates the resource management plan for the area. The revamped plan will be released for public comments this spring, according to a report posted yesterday by the Casper Star Tribune.
This week marks the end of the comment period on an Environmental Impact Statement for changes to wild horse management in the Rock Springs area.
The existing management plan was only slightly biased against the horses.
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