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  • Cellulose may soon take the starch out of ethanol

    With unprecedented growth in demand for corn to produce ethanol and for soybeans to produce biodiesel fuel, prices being paid for both commodities are approaching record levels. High demand and prices for these row crops could result in the reduction ...
  • Proposal for year-round drilling on critical big game range gains momentum and contention:

    The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has released a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) that would allow year-round drilling for energy resources on the Pinedale Anticline Project Area (PAPA) in Wyoming, reports the Wildlife Manag...
  • 76th (2011) North American Conference slated

    The Westin Crown Center Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri, will host the 76th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, officially from March 15 to 18, 2011....
  • Moguls may preempt habitat for threatened lynx

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is reviewing public comments on a proposal that would permit the development of a private ski resort on lands overlapping valuable lynx habitat on and around Battle Mountain near Minturn, Colorado, report...
  • WMI launches new Website:

    The Wildlife Management Institute (WMI) has launched its new Website, still located at www.wildlifemanagementinstitute.org. The contemporary look is more straightforward and easier to navigate. As the WMI mission statement indicates: “Although metho...
  • Worth reading

    I normally don’t pay much attention to testimonial puffery on the covers of books, but of John Vaillant’s The Golden Spruce (2005), one reviewer wrote: “Absolutely spellbinding.” I can’t improve on that assessment. If you so much as peruse t...
  • Ruffed grouse have a plan

    After three years of work by more than 50 natural resource professionals in the United States and Canada, the Ruffed Grouse Conservation Plan for North America has been completed, reports the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI). The Plan is designed...
  • Reports of National Bison Range agreement demise prove to be greatly exaggerated

    Just 18 days after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) terminated its controversial agreement with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) to conduct management actions on Montana’s National Bison Range Complex, Department of the...