• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Sale of inholding in Grand Teton NP to USNPS falls apart after legislator floats price of $3.2B

"Pure gold” is how Natrona County Rep. Steve Harshman described state lands in Teton County while explaining a proposal that doomed a potential sale of 640 acres near Kelly to the National Park Service.

A Harshman amendment to House Bill 164, which authorized that sale, would have set the floor price for the square-mile Grand Teton National Park inholding at $3.2 billion, which is about 82 times the most recent assessed value of $39 million.

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