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WOC’s legislative interns take the capitol!

Conservation had some great wins at the 2019 legislative session! In addition to the creation of our first-ever Wyoming Public Lands Day, we saw the passage of several important bills that better fund and protect our natural resources. Plus, every bad bill that we...

Member Profile: Day Scott

Listen to naturalist, outdoor educator, and new WOC member Day Scott talk about her journey from Los Angeles to Wyoming and it’s clear she’s hardwired to forge connections and build community. In the six months since moving to Lander, Day has become a regular...

Learning the art of advocacy

Citizen advocates converge for WOC’s inaugural Conservation Leadership Institute On a November evening at the Lander Library, Mike Burd, a sportsman and trona miner from Green River, spoke to a group of 17 students about the value of partnerships. More than a decade...

Announcing: 2019 Calendar Contest Winners!

Our creative team looks forward to running our calendar photo contest every year. It’s always a great opportunity to connect with Outdoor Council members and supporters and see Wyoming through your eyes. This year, we received nearly 1,000 Instagram entries with the...

WOC is Working for Clean Water

Ever splash in a backcountry stream or dip your face in an alpine pool to cool off after a strenuous hike? Ever wonder who’s in charge of making sure those waters are clean — or how those decisions are made? Right now, we have an opportunity to weigh in on a...

New to the Team: John Rader

John Rader, the Wyoming Outdoor Council’s newest conservation advocate, spent part of 2014 walking through Chile’s monsoon rains each day in a suit, knocking on the doors of locals and visiting the offices of industry workers, bureaucrats, and the media. He was...