Outdoor opportunities would mean nothing without clean water and intact landscapes. Our vision is a Wyoming with clean water and healthy habitat to help support the wildlife and fish species that depend on them. We work for policy and management initiatives that benefit the species, habitats, and people of Wyoming through protecting the land and water resources that are the foundations to healthy wildlife populations and a strong, sustainable economy.
The Federation has doubled down on landscape connectivity with habitat coordinator, Sam Lockwood on the WWF team. A lifelong Wyomingite, Sam’s wildlife biology background and community-building nature make him a great fit to organize habitat projects with landowners and agencies across the state. The Federation is continuing to grow habitat projects to improve wildlife habitat and landscape connectivity. WWF is especially looking for ways to improve habitat for wildlife and our members along the eastern half of Wyoming.
Upcoming Habitat Projects
Elk Ridge Fence Removal, Dubios, WY | July 30, 2022
The longest-running WWF habitat project, this year’s Fremont County fence removal project with the Red Canyon Chapter of Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is on Elk Ridge in the Spence & Moriarty Wildlife Habitat Management Area. Volunteers meet at the Upper Bear Creek Campground at 8:00 am on Saturday, 30, 2022, and are encouraged to bring fence pliers, good gloves, long sleeves, and a great attitude!
If you or someone you know would like to work together on a project, contact Sam Lockwood at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 435-729-0951.