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"W e’re deferring these completions because we do believe that prices will be better in the future and even a $10 increase in oil price gives us a significant additional return on our investment."

William Thomas, CEO of EOG Resources, one of three companies in Wyoming that are delaying hydraulic fracturing of oil wells due to low prices.
- Casper Star-Tribune

On The Bookshelf
Barbara Theroux of Fact & Fiction reviews Liz Carlisle's 'Lentil Underground'

2/20/2015

Mountain West Perspectives
Montana's two-year colleges revamp education to meet changing workplace demands


11/20/2014

A Look Ahead

Feb. 3-March 24: Wilderness Lecture series hosted by the Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana in Missoula

    March 3: Dr. Natalie Dawson, “Please carry this solar panel and other requests for free labor

    March 10: Bruce Smith, The Mountain Goat: An American Wilderness Icon"

    March 17: Dr. Bob Ream, "Wilderness Research Then and Now: The Wilderness Institute’s Fortieth Year"

April 1-May 1: Water in the American West, a free, online college level course, offered by The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences and Western Water Assessment at the University of Colorado. Register now.

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