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Wyoming

How We Work

Following our tradition and developing new approaches to advance conservation in Wyoming.

What The Nature Conservancy is Doing

We follow our tradition of land and water conservation, and build on past achievements—more than 400,000 acres conserved across the state in the past 20 years. But we will also develop new approaches to advance our vision for Wyoming.

Grasslands:
Protecting Wyoming's Native Prairie
Wyoming harbors some of the world's last remaining native grasslands—and the unique opportunity to safeguard them before it's too late.

  • Ranchers Complete Grasslands Projects: Neighbors pursue wildlife projects using Conservancy funds.

Desert Basins:
Protecting Biodiversity in an Arid Landscape

A desert in Wyoming? Desert basins are home to a wide variety of plants and animals that eek out a life in this high, dry country.

Freshwater:
Sustaining a Wyoming Resource

Freshwater ecosystems—including rivers, lakes and wetlands—provide virtually all of the easily accessible drinking water on the planet.

Forests:
Partnerships in the Greater Yellowstone

The Greater Yellowstone supports one of the largest collections of wildlife in the lower 48 states.

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