The Wyoming Outdoor Council is encouraged that Wyoming’s leaders seem ready to have the conversation about baseline water testing.

“We believe that when legislators, regulators, and decision makers have had a chance to consider the facts and to hear the arguments for and against required baseline water testing in Wyoming, they’ll conclude, as we have, that it makes sense,” said Steve Jones, the Council’s watershed protection program attorney. “It’s a matter of public health and public trust and it’s the best path forward.”

Click here or on the image of the newsletter to read the Wyoming Outdoor Council’s spring 2012 Frontline.



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