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The mission of the Wyoming Wilderness Association (WWA) is to protect Wyoming public wildlands. 

The Wyoming wilderness system encompasses roughly 3% of the state, while still 5 million acres of spectacular wild land, spanning deserts, forests, and plains, remains unprotected. Our top priority is to defend wild, roadless lands and safeguard their potential for future wilderness designation..   

Our three pillars of advocacy, education, and stewardship ensure these public lands remain pristine and intact for every American citizen to enjoy now and into the future. WWA hosts outings to vulnerable public wildlands where participants have the opportunity to learn  the value of wilderness.  We also advocate for wilderness through local festivals, film screenings, newsletters, action alerts, social media, formal presentations, and meetings with elected officials and stakeholders. Our work is made possible through the generous support of our valued members, volunteers, and donors.​

Open Positions:

Bridger-Teton Community Organizer

Job Overview:

The Bridger-Teton Community Organizer (BTCO) will work directly with WWA’s Executive Director to organize on behalf of Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) wildlands. The BTCO will be charged with developing and implementing strategic plans and goals for this specific landscape through outreach, community engagement, collaboration, events and grant writing; work to elevate WWA’s unique role amid the field of numerous environmental groups and attract and inspire an active volunteer and supporter base; maintain WWA’s focus on priority projects including the Bridger-Teton Forest Plan Revision and continued efforts to gain congressional protection for the Palisades Wilderness Study Area.