Protect Our Plug

National Park Service Won’t Plow ‘Plug’

Recent news story featured in The Wyoming Truth. Read the full article here: As you will see in the image below, additional resort taxes paid for the months of January to March 2023 was in the amount of $7441.70. That  brings the total increase from winter 2022 to winter 2023 to $10,490 or a … Read more

We Will Park County 2023 Report

We Will Park County is an initiative informed by residents to help Park County determine its future. This is a great read whether you are Pro Plow or Pro POP. There are many references to the complexity and lack of proper planning for growth, the vision to preserve natural resources and landscapes, and embracing and … Read more

Cowboy State Daily: Even In October, There Seems To Be ‘Endless Demand’ For Yellowstone Tourism

EXCERPTS FROM THE ARTICLE: These shoulder seasons are becoming increasingly busy and important for Yellowstone and its gateway communities. The busy season, usually between late May and August, has stretched into April, September and October. In recent years, the Wyoming Office of Tourism has been allocating more resources promoting Yellowstone’s shoulder seasons rather than the … Read more

The Plug and Vision of the Valley Meetings

Incase you missed the Vision of the Valley Meetings, you can catch up by reading through the meeting minutes or watching the replays. Why is this important? It effects The Plug and the overall master vision of the valley. The top four things that became separate breakout groups were: The Plug, The Sewer System, … Read more

Cowboy State Daily Reports: WYDOT Expects To Be Short 60 – 70 Snowplow Workers Come Winter

“After a brutal 2022-23 winter that saw extended road closures across much of Wyoming, WYDOT officials say more of the same is in store with the agency shorthanded 60 – 70 snowplow workers.” Read the full article: POP’s Take: Plowing “The Plug” and opening travel to the east over roads that most likely will … Read more

Motorized Use Atop Beartooth Pass