Environmental Protection Advocacy

This June, climate advocate Bill Barron will embark on a 16-day, 1200-mile cycling journey from Pablo, MT, to Cheyenne, WY. Barron’s mission is clear: to raise awareness about climate change, engage with local communities, and discuss the economic benefits of transitioning to clean energy. As the Mountain West Regional Director for Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL), Barron is known for his dedication to fostering respectful, bipartisan…

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The State of Wyoming is proposing to auction off state land in Teton County, also known as the “Kelly Parcel“.  This parcel is right next to Grand Teton National Park.  There is a real threat of private development if the parcel is sold.  There are multiple ways to engage with this process: 1. Email or write public comments are accepted at: Attention: Jason Crowder, Office…

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The Bureau of Land Management has proposed a new regulation that would clarify “conservation” of public lands as a “use” on par with grazing and mineral development. The new rule will also apply land health standards to all BLM managed lands. The comment period for this rule ends on 6/20. The link below will allow you to submit formal comments.     https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2023/04/03/2023-06310/conservation-and-landscape-health

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PARK COUNTY CLIMATE LISTENING SESSION WEDNESDAY, MAY 24 6:30 p.m. Wyoming Game and Fish Building  |  2 Tilden Trail, Cody Join the Wyoming Outdoor Council on Wednesday, May 24 when they will be brainstorming ways that Park County residents can work together to address climate change and take advantage of new opportunities to lower emissions and build a more resilient community. The Wyoming Outdoor Council will be hosting Ariel…

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