What We Do
Our mission is to protect and steward Northwest Wyoming landscapes for current and future generations.
We envision a legacy of resilient open spaces, wildlife habitat, working lands, and community places, forever protected across Northwest Wyoming.
Where We Work
Together we have protected more than 62,000 acres across Northwest Wyoming in our Jackson Hole, Green River Valley, Park County, and Wind River Valley program areas.
We partner with families to help them achieve their conservation goals while protecting open spaces, wildlife habitat, working lands, and community spaces.
Who We Are
Our staff, board, and advisory councils are a dedicated team working to conserve what we love most about Northwest Wyoming.
Among us are ecologists, parents, ranchers, volunteers, hunters, involved community members, those who have called Wyoming home for decades, and those who bring fresh perspectives to our beloved state.
Support our wildlife, working lands, and community spaces.
Sharing your time, talent, and resources is an investment in the open spaces that connect us to the land and to each other.