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YELLOWSTONE OFFICIALS SAY ADDING ANTENNAE TO MOUNT WASHBURN FIRE LOOKOUT WOULD HAVE NEGATIVE IMPACT

From: Yellowstone Insider

“The determination that the Mt. Washburn proposal would have an “adverse” visual effect was included in a letter from Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk to…

WIRELESS UPGRADE WOULD GIVE YELLOWSTONE A BLACK EYE: ENVIRONMENTALISTS

From: New York Times

“"The summit of Mt. Washburn has been the biggest destination for hikers and now it's going to be like hiking to a telecommunications bunker," PEER head Jeff Ruch…

YELLOWSTONE LOOKOUT PROJECT WOULD HURT VIEWS AT MOUNT WASHBURN

From: Casper Star Tribune

“The determination that the Mt. Washburn proposal would have an “adverse” visual effect was included in a letter from Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk to…

YELLOWSTONE LOOKOUT PROJECT WOULD HURT VIEWS AT MT. WASHBURN

From: San Francisco Chronicle

“The finding that the project would have an "adverse effect" was included in a letter from Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk obtained by Public Employees…

SCIENCE AND ADVOCACY IN AN AGE OF UNCERTAINTY

From: Jackson Hole News & Guide

““The unfortunate thing,” says Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a Washington, D.C., organization founded…


News Releases

EPA FRACKING DISCHARGE PERMITS ON INDIAN LANDS APPEALED

Fracking Fluids Dumped into Stream for Livestock on Wind River Reservation

YELLOWSTONE STRUGGLES WITH RISING TIDE OF PLASTIC WASTE

New Initiative to Reduce Visitor Plastic Bottle Use to Avoid Need for a Sales Ban

VISITORS EXACT HEAVY TOLL ON NATIONAL PARK WILDLIFE

Individual Parks Take Different Tacks in Response to Mounting Road-Kill

DONT DRINK THE FRACKING FLUIDS!

Toxic Well Flowback Pumped for Consumption by Wildlife and Livestock

YELLOWSTONE’S NEW CELL TOWER PRE-APPROVED DESPITE IMPACTS

Disingenuous Call for Public Comments Does Not Cure Violations of Law and Policy