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    The Wyoming Outdoor Council calendar photo contest: Outdoor Recreation

    This year’s theme: Outdoor Recreation Submit your best Wyoming photos for inclusion in the Wyoming Outdoor Council’s 2016 calendar! Submission deadline is Monday, September 21, 2015 Do you have great shots of outdoor recreation in Wyoming? If so, get them

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    Good setbacks make good neighbors

    The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is set to finalize the state’s updated setback rules tomorrow, April 14th. The proposed rule suggests an increase of only 150 feet from the current 350-foot requirement. In the Casper Star-Tribune on Sunday,

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    Let’s talk about the merits of the BLM’s fracking rule

    The following letter was published as an opinion piece by executive director Gary Wilmot in the Casper Star-Tribune on Tuesday, March 31, 2015. On the heels of last week’s announcement of the Interior Department’s new fracking rule, the state of

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    Civic Engagement in Wyoming Just Got Easier

    By Chris Merrill, Associate Director We have great news—civic engagement in Wyoming just got a little easier. The Wyoming Outdoor Council website has a bunch of great new tools to help ensure that your perspective is heard on important issues

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    New Fracking Fluid Disclosure Requirements Will Benefit Wyoming

    By Bruce Pendery, chief legal counsel On January 23, Wyoming’s Seventh Judicial District Court approved a settlement of our lawsuit over the disclosure of chemicals used during hydraulic fracturing. This settlement is another step in the right direction for Wyoming,

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    Save the Date: Come to Our Legislative Reception

    We are advocating on behalf of our members and Wyoming’s environment throughout the 2015 state legislative session in Cheyenne. Our board invites you to join us during this important time for a casual reception 5-7 p.m., Friday, February 20, at