Outdoor opportunities would mean nothing without clean water and intact habitats. 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.

What We Do To Help

Wyoming Wildlife Federation has a number of specific Programs that address this issue directly. Click on a Program in the list below to explore it in depth.

ProgramsTask Forces
May 4, 2018

Task Forces

Wyoming Wildlife Federation participates in a variety of state-wide task forces.
ProgramsWyoming Range
May 4, 2018

Wyoming Range

This beloved country is abundant encompassing Thompson Pass, Horse Creek, McDougal Gap, North and South Cottonwood Creeks, Lander Peak, and Piney Creek.
Greater Little Mountain CoalitionPrograms
May 4, 2018

Greater Little Mountain Coalition

The Greater Little Mountain Coalition supports a mosaic of management prescriptions that entail conservation, preservation, no surface occupancy, and gold book standard responsible energy development.
Grazing AllotmentsPrograms
May 4, 2018

Grazing Allotments

The co-mingling of Bighorn and Domestic Sheep causes one of the largest threats to our native wildlife species: diseases of domestic animals.
ProgramsWildlife Migrations
May 4, 2018

Wildlife Migrations

With increasing pressures on wildlife habitats and specifically the throfares in which animals moves and migrate, come increasing need for programs and initiatives that focus on conserving these vital habitat corridors.
ProgramsRock Springs Resource Management Plan
May 4, 2018

Rock Springs Resource Management Plan

The BLM Rock Springs Field Office is currently revising its Rock Springs Resource Management Plan, which has implications for wildlife and sportsmen for many years to come.
ProgramsProtecting Wyoming's Greater Sage Grouse
May 4, 2018

Protecting Wyoming’s Greater Sage Grouse

After years of hard work by Wyoming people, who sought to avoid an Endangered Species listing of sage-grouse, the Department of Interior is revisiting state-based plans.
ProgramsRecovering America's Wildlife Act
May 4, 2018

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act will redirect $1.3 billion of existing revenue annually to state-led wildlife conservation efforts, effectively allowing the states to more fully implement their State Wildlife Action Plans.

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