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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…

OUT AND ABOUT: BLANKET PHONE COVERAGE PROPOSED FOR PARKS

From: The Spokesman Review

“Yellowstone National Park would be blanketed with strong 4G cell coverage under a multisite expansion entering its final approval phase, according to comments…

DO WI-FI AND CELL SERVICE BELONG IN OUR NATIONAL PARKS?

From: Motherboard Vice

“"Pursuit of bigger bandwidth puts Yellowstone on a never-ending cellular treadmill. Yellowstone's custodians are doing more to service smartphones than to fix…

PROPOSALS: VIRTUALLY BLANKET YELLOWSTONE, MOUNT RAINIER WITH CELL PHONE COVERAGE

From: The Spokesman-Review

“Yellowstone National Park would be blanketed with strong 4G cell coverage under a multi-site expansion entering its final approval phase, according to comments…


News Releases

GRAND TETON STEALTH PLAN FOR 11 NEW CELL TOWERS

Lawsuit Seeks Records Detailing Nation’s Largest Park Cellular Expansion

YOSEMITE’S ILLEGAL CELL TOWER NETWORK GROWS IN THE DARK

Call for National Review of Improper Park/Telecom Deals Cut Behind Closed Doors

YELLOWSTONE’S QUANDARY: HOW DO YOU FIX UGLY?

Plans for Scenic Mt. Washburn Must Prevent Further Damage to Historic Value

MOUNT RAINIER POISED TO WIRE ITS WILDERNESS

Park Offers No Alternatives or Mitigation to Contain Cell Spillover from Paradise

NEW YELLOWSTONE CELL COVERAGE TO SWAMP BACKCOUNTRY

3-Sided Lattice Tower, 7 New Microwave Dishes to Encrust Historic Mt. Washburn