Protecting Wyoming's Environment and Quality of Life for Future Generations
The Wyoming Outdoor Council is Wyoming’s oldest independent conservation organization. The Council has worked for more than four and a half decades to protect Wyoming’s iconic western landscapes, its world-renowned wildlife, and its clean air and water.
Membership is influence. Join our growing ranks today to help safeguard the Wyoming you love.
The Wyoming Outdoor Council is a nonprofit conservation organization, established in 1967.
Save the Date: Live Music, Dancing, and Community BBQ in Pinedale to Celebrate the Wyoming Range
Don't Miss It!
WHEN AND WHERE:
5–9 p.m., Saturday, August 24, 2013, Pinedale Rodeo Grounds.
Fixing Haze Pollution: Wyoming People Deserve the Facts
Under the terms of the Clean Air Act, and the EPA’s subsequent regional haze regulations, our nation’s important wilderness areas and national parks cannot be made hazy by industrial pollution. Read more...
How climate change should figure into Wyoming’s energy policy
As it turns out, Gov. Mead’s energy strategy and the International Energy Agency report are both relevant to each other. There are some encouraging ideas in common between the two documents, but there is also some real dissonance that deserves serious consideration. Read more...
The Mega Fields Are Coming—We need to apply lessons learned to Protect Wyoming
If this coming development isn’t done carefully—and if it isn’t paced correctly—it could exacerbate the ozone problems in the Upper Green River Valley. It could also lead to unhealthy air in other parts of the state. Read more...
The citizens who came together in 1967 responded to a need to defend our environment and way of life. Thus was born the Wyoming Outdoor Council. I am so proud that more than 40 years later our group continues to safeguard Wyoming's heritage.