Wyoming ranchers breathe relief amid a court decision

It is a win for Wyoming ranchers - This month, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit from an environmental coalition, now ensuring cattle in the Upper Green River Drift have the right to graze.

Environmentalists brought the lawsuit to the table for fear the ecosystem was not properly managed and it could harm the region’s protected grizzly bear population.

The land in question has been used by ranchers for more than 100 years, and they say they are happy their love for it is being recognized.

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