The National Wildlife Federation and its affiliates nationwide have joined together to speak with one voice about the importance of public lands to all Americans, recognizing that the takeover of public lands by states would rob citizens of our national identity.
June 25th wildlife fence project and beer party a success!
We had a great turnout for the wildlife fencing project on Saturday in the Shoshone National Forest, near Lander.
More than 35 people came out to help pull, cut and roll old barbed-wire fence that posed a threat to elk and deer. Many thanks to our partners RMEF and Bowhunters of Wyoming.
The Beer Event that night was also a success and included a talk about keeping public lands public by Janet Marschner (WWF Board President) and Jessi Johnson (Public Lands Coordinator).
The “Four-Legged Ale” was on tap with proceeds going to WWF’s public lands campaign. Many thanks to Lander Brewing and the Cowfish, and to all our supporters who came out to celebrate with WWF!