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By Marcus Huff
Staff Writer 

County moves forward on 2 wilderness study areas

Commissioners hold off on Honeycombs area due to last minute changes

 

September 6, 2018



WORLAND – Washakie County Commissioners moved ahead on two proposals made by the county’s Wyoming Public Lands Initiative working group.

The original goal of the WPLI group was to reach a consensus as to the use of the Wilderness Study Areas in the county, through public input. The primary areas of concentration in Washakie County include the Honeycombs (located between Ten Sleep and Worland), Cedar Mountain (south of Winchester and shared with Hot Springs County) and Bobcat Draw (in the northwest corner of the county, shared with Big Horn County).

While Tuesday’s meeting was attended...



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