Breaking down key conservation bills from the Wyoming Legislature

From the Wyoming Outdoor Council

In this year’s general session the Wyoming Legislature considered more than 440 bills, and the Wyoming Outdoor Council tracked more than 50 that were related to wildlife, clean air and water, revenue generation, renewable energy, public lands, and transitions for Wyoming’s energy workforce.

The Wyoming Outdoor Council’s 2021 Conservation Vote Report tracks eight bills that were of high importance to those of us who value Wyoming’s clean environment (and that received floor votes in the House and/or Senate) to identify how state legislators voted on key conservation issues. 

Of course, the interim is already underway and committees are studying topics that may yield new legislation in next year’s session. WOC and Wyoming Rising will continue to keep you informed on key issues that arise and let you know when there are opportunities to get involved. 



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