Becoming a member is easy! A single 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 wild lands 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.
Benefits of Membership:
Know that you are helping to protect your wild lands from current threats
Support preservation of your Wyoming heritage
Receive early notice on our popular summer outings
Receive special invitations to local events and volunteer opportunities
Stay up-to-date with wilderness issues through our newsletters and action alerts
Attend social gatherings with others who are equally committed to our public wild lands
Get Updates on Your Wild Lands
Join our mailing list and stay in the know with public land issues and achievements.
Volunteer with WWA
WWA is always looking for volunteers to lend a hand at various community events in Sheridan, Jackson, and Laramie. Call us at (307)672-2751 or email to offer your help. In advance, we thank you for your service!
Intern with WWA
Every year the Wyoming Wilderness Association looks for bright, enthusiastic, and dedicated individuals to assist in our main office. Interns gain hands-on experience in marketing, event planning, fundraising, office administration, and much much more! Interns also play a key role in assisting WWA staff with organizing our summer outings!
WWA arranges comfortable accommodation for all interns and welcomes applications from students state-wide. If you are looking for a great experience in the heart of Wyoming's Wilderness areas, email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Be an Ambassador
Help us educate the public on current issues surrounding our wild lands!
Talk to friends and family about what is happening on our public lands and what needs to be done.
Let us know if you have any concerns about your recent experiences in Wyoming's wild places.
When the need arises, write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper to voice your concerns or support for land management isssues.
Write to our state and national delegations and voice your concerns on current wild lands issues! Click HERE for contact information for our members of U.S. Congress. Click HERE for contact information for our state legislators.
Rock Creek Flower Hike, 2015 | WWA photo
"The idea of wilderness needs no defense. It only needs more defenders."
Earn Your Wilderness Badge
This program, created by a former YAW student, will teach the values of wilderness and encourage outdoor exploration. With a curriculum that can be used in a classroom or at home, you will inspire yourself and others to learn about and protect our wild places.
Join the Young Ambassadors for Wilderness Program
Our YAW program is geared toward students ages 12-18 who have a passion for the outdoors and want to become the next generation of wilderness leaders.