Our Programs & Campaigns

From the summits of Wyoming’s towering mountain ranges to the endless sage of our vast prairies, the programs Wyoming Wildlife Federation organizes and supports take into consideration the crucial seasonal movements of Wyoming’s wildlife. We work for balanced policies that promote restoration, conservation, and re-connection of habitat across public lands, working lands, water ways, and communities. We look to maintain and improve the ability of wildlife to seasonally migrate by collaborating on habitat projects and working toward constructive policies and funding for habitat and wildlife management.

Jess Johnson with Backstrap Meat Hunters For The HungryNewsPrograms
May 4, 2018

Hunters For The Hungry

This program gives hunters the opportunity to give back to local communities and it gives those in need a local, healthy nutritional component to their diet.
Class OutsidePrograms
August 25, 2020

Class Outside

Children who have positive outdoor experiences are much more likely to become adults who fish, hunt, and care for the natural world. Wyoming Wildlife Federation’s Class Outside program seeks to engage our next generation in learning that is place and experience-based, right here in our backyard.
Conservation StewardsPrograms
May 4, 2018

Conservation Ambassadors

We aim to build and sustain a network of local conservation advocates and affiliated groups/clubs, that are active in regional conservation issues and projects.
Living Wyoming WildPrograms
May 4, 2018

Living Wyoming Wild

The goal of the Living Wyoming Wild initiative is to showcase the diversity and scope of those individuals, businesses, and organizations that know the value of Wyoming’s wild heritage.
Cody McFarland at Camo at the Capitol Camo At The CapitolPrograms
June 18, 2018

Camo At The Capitol

Bringing hunters and anglers together and building an effective and informed advocacy voice is the mission for the Camo at the Capitol program.
Deer Jumping Fence Red Desert To Hoback Migration Wildlife Migrations NewsWildlife Migrations
May 4, 2018

Migration Work

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.
ProgramsTask Forces
May 4, 2018

Task Forces

Wyoming Wildlife Federation participates in a variety of state-wide task forces.
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.
Pickup Overlooking Vast Red Desert Area 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.
Grazing AllotmentsPrograms
May 4, 2018

Grazing Allotment Retirement

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

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How We Run Our Programs

We are focused on providing real, tangible solutions to conservation issues in Wyoming. Our programs are designed to address these issues through local involvement and funding from local dollars.


Issues involving public lands, wildlife, habitat, and outdoor access can come hard and fast these days. We work to identify these issues in order to create effective solutions.


We rely on funding through member contributions and grants. These funding sources allow us to implement programs and initiatives that address issues and create opportunities for individuals in Wyoming.


Our programs are true “boots on the ground” campaigns that tackle local issues with local vision. We create programs that are meant to provide immediate results with lasting positive outcomes for wildlife, wildlands, and the people of Wyoming.

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