Newsletter & Annual Report – Winter 2017
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Introduction By Shane Cross, WWF Board President
Dear Members and Supporters,
Wyoming Wildlife Federation and its members achieved many feats in 2016. Read more . . .
2016 Annual Report
Many thanks to our members and donors who stepped up to support the Wyoming Wildlife Federation. From our banquet to memberships, donor events to annual appeals, we had a number of fundraising successes in 2016, thanks to you!
Public Lands Accomplishments – 2016
This fall, WWF held meetings with legislators about the merits of a transfer effort, a public lands constitutional amendment, including a meeting WWF/NWF arranged. Read more . . .
Migrations Accomplishments – 2016
The Wyoming Wildlife Federation made significant strides this year concerning our work to conserve migration corridors in southwestern Wyoming. Read more . . .
Joy Bannon, Field Director
Earth has revolved around the Sun once again in 2016, and so have gone the days of WWF with our efforts to conserve Wyoming’s wildlife and our hunting and fishing heritage. Read more . .
Steve Kilpatrick, Field Scientist
In 2016, WWF made progress with its partners on allotment buyouts in areas of wildlife conflict. Read more . . .
Jessi Johnson, Public Lands Coordinator
I came on staff here at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF) in May, it has been an incredible journey from then to now. Read more . . .
Read about the Buffalo Return Project . History was made with the return of the bison to the Wind River Range, with a major event and release by National Wildlife Federation on Nov. 3!
By, Hiring Committee
Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF), Wyoming’s oldest and largest sportsmen and conservation group, is seeking a passionate, dynamic hunter/angler/ wildlife advocate to lead our organization as Executive Director. WWF works to empower sportsmen and women and to conserve wildlife and outdoor opportunities by advocating for science-based policy and management. Our programmatic focus areas are protecting our public land recreation opportunities, conserving big game migration corridors, and advocating for sensible land use decisions that may affect wildlife and habitat. The Executive Director is WWF’s key management leader and is responsible for overseeing the organization’s administration, strategic plan and programs. The Executive Director also leads the organization’s fundraising, communication and community engagement. For details on job description and how to apply, please visit, http://wyomingwildlife.org/ed-job-annoucement/.