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Protecting Wyoming's Environment and Quality of LIfe


Founded in 1967, the Wyoming Outdoor Council has been working to protect public lands, wildlife, and clean air and water for more than 50 years.

Our Work

PUBLIC LANDS

Keeping public lands in public hands, protecting wild, open spaces, and advocating responsible energy development.

WILDLIFE

Sustaining the health and vitality of big game migration corridors, Greater sage-grouse habitat, and trout streams.

CLEAN AIR

Advocating responsible policies to keep people healthy and our air clean.

 

CLEAN WATER

Safeguarding drinking water and the quality of our recreational streams.

 

Stay informed!

The Latest FIELD NOTES

The 2024 Conservation Vote Report is here!

The 2024 Conservation Vote Report is here! It’s here — the 2024 Conservation Vote Report! Each year, following the state legislative session, the Wyoming Outdoor Council publishes a report describing conservation-related legislation, as well as how state legislators...

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SOS: Save our sage-grouse and the places they call home

SOS: SAVE OUR SAGE-GROUSE AND THE PLACES THEY CALL HOME Your voice makes a difference! Will you urge the Bureau of Land Management to take assertive action to save the Greater sage-grouse and Wyoming’s unmatched sagebrush habitat? Find suggested talking points to help...

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Our offices are powered by the sun. Thanks to Rocky Mountain Power Blue Sky program participants, the energy required for our environment- and community-serving work is offset by a solar array capable of generating 31.25 megawatt hours per year. Blue Sky participants also made possible a Level 2 electric vehicle charging station. See real-time data on our energy usage and power generation by clicking the button.