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

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Wyoming’s future is up to you. Help ensure that the Wyoming we love is the Wyoming we leave to the next generation — join us!

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

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Stay up-to-date on current issues

The Wyoming Outdoor Recreation Task Force Wants Your Input!

In late 2016, Governor Matt Mead initiated the Outdoor Recreation Task Force to explore how Wyoming can grow its outdoor recreation sector. Throughout 2017, the Task Force—made up of a diverse group of stakeholders and co-chaired by me—will meet to discuss ways to...

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Legislative Alert: Risky business and sage-grouse

A bill we’ve been monitoring in the Wyoming State Legislature—HB 271: game bird farms – greater sage-grouse—went bad last week and we need your help to stop it. Please contact your Senator and tell them to oppose this bill. We expect this bill to be up on the floor of...

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Speak out!

There’s a lot of bad news coming out of Washington these days, and Wyoming’s delegation needs to hear from you. Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso is leading an effort to strip the BLM of its ability to reduce waste and deter pollution from oil and gas operations. After a...

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Legislative Update – Halftime Report

The Wyoming State Legislature is at the half-way mark for the 40-day session. Last week, many bills died due to failure to pass out of committee or to pass a first vote on the floor by Friday’s deadline. Updates Good news! Three bills we mentioned we were opposing in...

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