The new contracts will take the place of 13 concession contracts for guided interpretive snowcoach tours and 21 commercial use authorizations (CUA) for guided interpretive snowmobile tours currently in place in Yellowstone.
Yellowstone National Park is preparing to kick off a collaborative management program. Amy Richards reports. Christmas Tree Permits are now available at all Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest offices in Wyoming and Colorado...
Currently, the park has 44 contracts for guided saddle and pack stock tours. The existing 10-year contracts are set to expire in December, 2013, but have been extended for one year to December, 2014, in order to complete this EA.
Yellowstone has a long and association with our nation’s military. After struggling for years with limited staff and budget in an effort to thwart souvenir hunters and poachers in Yellowstone’s early years, the U.S. Army was called upon to protect the park in 1886.
The Adaptive Management Program is part of the new management paradigm for winter use outlined by the recently released winter use final Plan/Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, Record of Decision and final rule.
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