Keeping public lands in public hands, protecting wild, open spaces, and advocating responsible energy development.
Sustaining the health and vitality of big game migration corridors, Greater sage-grouse habitat, and trout streams.
The Latest FIELD NOTES
Beers & Bills is coming to a town near you!
The Wyoming Legislature’s 2023 session is over. What comes next? Join the Wyoming Outdoor Council staff to learn about key bills, review our Conservation Vote Report, and find out what’s to come for the legislature in the months ahead. All events...
It’s time to enact the oil and gas leasing reforms called for by Congress
Finalizing these reforms will ease the burden on taxpayers, protect wildlife habitat and areas with cultural and historic value, and stop “over-the-counter” lease sales at bargain basement rates.
Keep up the pressure to save our sagebrush
With sagebrush habitat in freefall, and ongoing sage-grouse population declines, we should be shoring up the best remaining sage-grouse habitat, not leasing it out for industrial development.
The Wyoming Legislature is in session. Here’s what you need to know.
Lawmakers will confront a lot of new faces (including 29 new representatives and five new senators), a $913 million budget surplus, and perhaps as many as 700 individual bills.