ROCK SPRINGS — Gov. Mark Gordon’s migration corridor group will meet in Rock Springs on Thursday and Friday.

The gatherings will take place 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at the Rock Springs Library’s Ferrero Room, 400 C St.

The group was created to improve the state’s policies related to big game migration on lands that are also suitable for mineral development. It is comprised of people from the oil and gas, mining and agriculture sectors; conservation; recreation; sports groups and a county commissioner.

Group members include Carbon County Commissioner John Espy; Kathy Lichtendal, conservation, Park County; Maxwell R. Ludington, recreation, Teton County; Mike Schmid, Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, Lincoln County; Marissa Taylor, agriculture, Uinta County; Kevin Williams, oil and gas, Sublette County; Dan Stanton, sports group, Sweetwater County; and Marty Stearns, mining, Sweetwater County.

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