"What attracted me to the Conservancy is the research that goes into choosing projects."
-Judy Opatrny, Supporter
With your help, we are:
- Treating 75 miles of Grass and Cottonwood creeks in northwest Wyoming for invasive weeds, replacing tamarisk and Russian olive with native trees.
- Partnerhing in a pilot program along the Upper Green River that will give landowners market-based incentives for improving wildlife habitat and riparian health.
- Launching a partnership on the Tongue River near Sheridan to enroll landowners in cost-share water-improvement projects that combat bacteria contamination and aging irrigation systems.
What Our Supporters Say:
I’ve always lived near oceans and rivers. So I have a deep connection to this type of environment and appreciate its value and power.
All our lives depend on freshwater—there is a reason it’s in the Conservancy’s mission statement.
What attracted me to the Conservancy is the thoughtfulness and research that goes into choosing projects.
The on-the-ground work that develops from this scientific approach is a valuable tool for making water-management decisions here and around the world.
I invite you to join the Wyoming Wild and Working campaign for this reason. It is such an opportune time to give a gift, as the state of Wyoming develops its water policy, and the Conservancy lends its collaborative, research-driven voice to the conversation.
There are many opportunities for a positive outcome and great benefit for future generations. Let’s work together now to keep our water resources healthy for tomorrow.
Inspired? Contribute to the Conservancy in Wyoming to help us protect the next million acres.