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What We Do


We protect Wyoming’s iconic open spaces, supporting abundant wildlife, working agricultural lands, and strong communities.

Northwest Wyoming is home to some of the world’s longest-known ungulate migration routes, many of which radiate from our national parks across a patchwork of private land. By partnering with local families, we safeguard clear-flowing water and essential wildlife habitat while protecting cultural legacies.


We partner with families to steward the rich ecology and agricultural vitality of Northwest Wyoming.

We support landowners and managers in maintaining and enhancing the unique conservation values of their land. Together, we sustain the ecological integrity, legacy of working landscapes, and scenic open spaces that make Northwest Wyoming so special.


We protect and manage places where community is built.