Working to protect public lands, wildlife, and clean air and water since 1967
“The people of Wyoming understand that once our public lands are taken and auctioned off to the highest bidder, that’s it. Up go the No Trespassing signs and there goes our access.”
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Open public lands are what lets us be who we are in Wyoming. Please don’t limit our freedom to parks and begging a land owner.
Go ahead Wyoming, turn over all the state parks land and all the other tracts under state control to private management. Evidently the state has failed to handle these the way a tiny portion of the Wyoming politicians deem correct.
The Federally managed and operated lands within the state of Wyoming are owned by and managed for all the citizens of the United States of America. And therefore, Wyoming politicians have no jurisdiction over these lands, and are powerless to abrogate the management of these lands from Federal control.
I am unalterably opposed to the proposed bills. In my 68 years, I have never been so worked up by any legislation.
The transfer of BLM and USFS lands to the states for sale is the worst concept that I can imagine.
Public lands and access to public lands is what makes Wyoming unique and a superior place to live.
If federal lands are transferred to the states and put up for sale, who will buy the lands? The answer is obvious, is it not? The lands will be purchased by billionaires including foreigners, Chinese conglomerates, and multinational corporations.
Once sold, access will be gone forever.
It is not just our land that is for sale it is are so called State legislators.
Bills 126 & 142 DO NOT represent the will of the people of Wyoming. The privatization of Wyoming’s public lands is beyond words. Such land is vital to Wyomingites way of life. It creates Wyoming’s terrific uniqueness and allows a great number of people to make a living. Fitting words escape me… Here is one person who DOES NOT support the tyrannical, vampire government attempting to sell our precious public lands.
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