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The Wyoming Outdoor Council is a nonprofit conservation organization. Established in 1967, we are Wyoming's oldest statewide conservation group.
The Mega Fields Are Coming—We need to apply lessons learned to Protect Wyoming
If this coming development isn’t done carefully—and if it isn’t paced correctly—it could exacerbate the ozone problems in the Upper Green River Valley. It could also lead to unhealthy air in other parts of the state. Read more...
Capitol blog: Wrapping up the 2013 legislative session
The external costs of fossil fuels, funding conservation, protecting landowners, and a renewal of the Sagebrush Rebellion? Read more...
Don’t Miss This Year’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival
WHEN AND WHERE:
6:30–9 p.m., April 25, 2013, The Little Theater at CWC, Riverton, WY.
6:30–9 p.m., April 26, 2013, The Monarch Room, Lander, WY Read more...
Outdoor recreation in Wyo generates $4.5 billion annually in consumer spending: Report
Among the findings for Wyoming: Outdoor recreation generates $4.5 billion annually in consumer spending, $1.4 billion in wages and salaries and $300 million in state and local tax revenue. Read more...
The citizens who came together in 1967 responded to a need to defend our environment and way of life. Thus was born the Wyoming Outdoor Council. I am so proud that more than 40 years later our group continues to safeguard Wyoming's heritage.