Saving Wyoming’s Landscapes

Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming

With more than 86,000 acres protected across the state, the Fund and its partners are ensuring that Wyoming’s magnificent natural landscapes, working lands and wildlife populations will continue to thrive. We've secured more than $7.5 million in public and private funds for land conservation in Wyoming and pioneered the use of oil and gas mitigation funds for permanent land conservation.

Photo by: Latham Jenkins, Flickr / Circumerro Stock