Yellowstone Managers to Hold Meetings on Future of Park
CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Federal land managers are planning to hold public meetings on how to handle issues spread over the multiple jurisdictions in the 15 million acres of the greater Yellowstone National Park ecosystem.
The Cody Enterprise reports the Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee wants the public's help in building stronger relationships and assessing priorities on public lands across the area that includes Wyoming, Idaho and Montana.
The committee is made up of 11 federal land managers. It has scheduled one meeting for Oct. 28 in Bozeman. A similar meeting will be held next spring in Cody.