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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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 for 50 years.

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Defending what's best about Wyoming

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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Get Your Early Bird Tickets for Our 50th Anniversary

Dear friends, Back in 1967, Tom Bell, Mardy Murie, and others came together to protect Wyoming, because they understood that a few scattered, unorganized voices would never get the job done. They created the Wyoming Outdoor Coordinating Council and worked together to...

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New to the Team: RJ Pieper

I’d like to introduce myself: I’m RJ Pieper, and I recently joined the Wyoming Outdoor Council as a Public Lands Organizer in Rock Springs. I am a lifelong resident of Sweetwater County and grew up enjoying the open spaces that I am now proud to help the Outdoor...

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First-Ever Public Comment for National Monument Designations

In an unprecedented action, the Trump administration released more details today about its move to to undo National Monument designations throughout the West, including one monument dating back to 1924. In a previous statement, President Donald Trump referred to...

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Safeguarding our Skies and Protecting our People

For Air Quality Awareness Week we enlisted our very own Mary Flanderka—recently hired to work on air pollution issues in Wyoming—to tell us more about air quality in the state and its importance in our lives. “Many folks in Wyoming tend to assume we do not have an air...

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