Wyoming’s Oldest Independent Conservation Organization

Founded in 1967, the Wyoming Outdoor Council is the state’s oldest independent conservation organization. Our mission is to protect Wyoming’s environment and quality of life for future generations.


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    Stopping the Land Grab

    “The people of Wyoming understand that once our public lands are taken and auctioned off to the highest bidder, that’s it. Up go the No Trespassing signs and there goes our access.” Click here or on the image above to

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    Act Now to Influence State Flaring Rule

    The Wyoming Outdoor Council has worked for more than two years to reduce flaring and venting at oil wells in Wyoming. Now, as the state prepares to vote on long-awaited revisions to its rules governing these practices, we need your

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    Our Top Five High Desert Landscapes in the Rock Springs Area

    A vast region of public lands in Wyoming—from the southern edge of the beautiful Upper Green River Valley, down to Flaming Gorge, and across the northern Red Desert to the stunning landscape of Adobe Town—will have a new land-use plan

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