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MAKE AN IMPACT

Upcoming Outings
UPCOMING OUTINGS
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Solitude Monitoring
Solitude Monitoring

Solitude monitoring is a long-term game. It becomes stronger and more robust each year as quality data observations are added to its database. And, as owners of our public wildlands, we want to ensure federal agencies have the best information possible to inform future management actions. That’s where training comes in. In order to collect quality data that ultimately contributes to sound agency decisions, we need clear, standardized protocols to guide our collective efforts. 

 

Training to become a solitude monitor is required and simple. You can either visit our Outings (listed above) to RSVP for an in-person training (e.g., a hike, community-based training, or webinar) or tune into the resources and training videos linked below. When you’re done reviewing the materials, please email carlie@wildwyo.org to sign-up for a monitoring area. 

BECOME A MEMBER

Becoming a member is easy! A single $40 donation will provide you with a one-year membership to the Wyoming Wilderness Association. As a member, you will become part of an active community devoted to protecting Wyoming's precious wildlands for generations to come. Funds raised are used in our daily work to educate, raise awareness, monitor use of our public lands, and support our youth and outings programs. 

WWA memberships start at just $40/year for an individual membership. Household memberships are $75/year.

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A gift of any amount supports our programs in advocating for intact wild landscapes, educating the public – young & old alike, and leading stewardship projects with volunteers and agencies to preserve Wyoming public wildlands! Thank you for your support, we couldn’t do it without you! Your gift is tax deductible under law. WWA is a 501c3 charitable organization. Our Tax ID # is: 38-3667856

MAKE A BIGGER IMPACT

DONATE DURING ONE OF THESE FUNDRAISERS FOR YOUR MONEY TO BE MATCHED

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CHALLENGE FOR CHARITIES

HAPPENING NOW!!

FREMONT COUNTY
Giving Period: May 1 - July 10
Race Day: July 4th

Vital to our Fremont County work, especially BLM work, money raised by the community during this period ensures our initiatives and programs continue to run. We receive 100% of donations and a percentage from the matching fund on the first $10,000.

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WYO GIVES

STATEWIDE

Giving Period: July 12

An initiative of the Wyoming Nonprofit
Network – this is a powerful, statewide
24-hour online fundraising event designed to bring the state together as one community to raise money and
awareness for Wyoming’s nonprofits. In 2022, with the $1 million match from the Hughes Charitable Foundation
and other matching funds, WyoGives raised over $3.2 million! DON’T MISS IT!

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OLD BILL'S FUN RUN

TETON COUNTY
Giving Period: Aug. 11 - Sept. 15
Race Day: Sept. 9th

One of the most innovative philanthropic initiatives in the nation, Old Bill’s has provided a grand total of $228,714,344 to nonprofits in Teton County over the last 26 years. Being the hub of recreation in Wyoming,
our work in the area is ever-expanding,
& Old Bill’s is a great way for
your donation to make a huge impact.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are a driving force behind our growing impact and a great way to get involved with passionate people in your community.

 We welcome volunteers from across the state with various interests and skills.

If you’re interested in leading summer outings or workshops, want to get involved in our advocacy efforts, or help with a local event, please fill out the volunteer form below so we can get to know your interests, availability, and skills so we can contact you about upcoming volunteer opportunities in your area!

Take Action

Take Action

Keep The
Red Desert Wild

Wyoming’s Northern Red Desert is a vast expanse of public lands composed of sand dunes, badlands, canyons, and immense open spaces all scattered beneath a shattering blue sky. Bisected by the Oregon Trail and the longest mule deer migration corridor on Earth, this landscape contains cultural and historical sites for Indigenous peoples and early western pioneers, vital wildlife habitat, and incredible opportunities for recreation and reflection in absolute solitude.

Protect wilderness
with Coffee!

WWA has partnered with Motive Coffee Company of Laramie, WY to create a morning blend! Wyoming's wild places were the muse and the taste evokes the serenity of untouched vistas. You can find a bag at Big Hollow Food Co-Op, and very soon we will have online sales available. Motive is very generously donating a portion of the proceeds to WWA, which will go directly to our stewardship programs

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mailing list

Sign up for our mailing list to stay in the loop on opportunities to protect and enjoy Wyoming public wildlands. We only contact you about important things, we promise to not spam you!

We will keep you up to date on news and events around Wyoming wildlands, such as outing & stewardship opportunities, Action Alerts for public involvement, and exclusive offers from our partners around the state.

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