In today's culture we are seeing so many young children glued to television screens and a variety of electronic devices. WWA offers a program geared to getting the kids out! The YAW program is dedicated to educating youth on wilderness ethics, survival and the importance of preserving our special wild places. >> Click here to learn more.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest is
planning a fuels reduction project that will harm the ecosystem,
wildlife, air quality and recreation opportunities in the Palisades.
It's up to YOU to help keep this area WILD.
How YOU Can Help in the Big Horns:
The Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming have experienced an influx of motorized use, bringing about destruction and erosion to some of our most precious wild lands while also having a negative effect on the area's natural wildlife habitat. Send your observations and concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what special places you'd like to fight for!
Wyoming's Red Desert on PBS
In December, 2014 PBS aired a two part special on Wyoming's Red Desert, discussing its many wild characteristics and reasons for future protection of this special area.
>> CALL TO ARTISTS AND MUSICIANS! The 9th Annual Mini Art & Music Auction is just around the corner. Be sure to submit your work before April 10th, 2015. More details can be found here.
>> WWA invites the public to participate in a FREE two-part winter wildlife ecology & tracking course with Bruce Thompson. Click here for more details.
issues instructions that protect the wilderness quality of the
Shoshone’s most pristine and most championed wild lands: Wood River,
Francs Peak and the Dunoir SMU! Click here for more information.
>> The Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to Sheridan's WYO Theater on Tuesday, April 21st. For details on the event, please click here.
Please consider making
a donation today:
*please make your checks payable to
Wyoming Wilderness Association and send to:
P.O. Box 6588 Sheridan, WY 82801
Wyoming Wilderness Association is a nonprofit organization working to
protect Wyoming's public wild lands. Home to America's wildest country
in the lower 48 states, Wyoming's public wild lands consist of deserts,
canyons and high plains full of ecological diversity. It is our goal to
protect these areas from threatening developments for the enjoyment of
generations to come.
more information on WWA's involvement in protecting Wyoming's public
wild lands, please continue reading about our current campaigns in the
Big Horn, Shoshone and Bridger-Teton National Forests as well as in a
variety of BLM wild lands.