Geodomes from Basecamp Hospitality LLC were put up in early November, drawing a lawsuit from water quality advocates and formal legal action from Teton County. Basecamp will address state officials Thursday.

Amid lawsuits and a deluge of emails and phone calls from angry Teton County residents, the company installing a glamping operation on the West Bank will talk Thursday with state officials that approved its plans.

“There were some comments that maybe the company is operating in bad faith on our lands,” said Jason Crowder, deputy director of the Office of State Lands and Investments.

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Billy Arnold has been covering the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and the people who manage it since January 2022. He previously spent two years covering Teton County government, and a year editing Scene. Tips welcomed.

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