JACKSON — Wyoming wildlife officials are about halfway through the citizen-driven process of rewriting a management plan for chronic wasting disease (CWD).

Over the course of the summer and early fall, 31 residents convened in Casper and Lander on three occasions to hash out points of agreement on how to best tackle the lethal malady, which infects elk, deer and moose. Now, a report is out synthesizing nine of their recommendations and 43 sub-recommendations, results that are soon to be presented in a series of five public meetings.

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