Wild Studies

Studies on the Values of Wyoming's Wild Lands

At the Wyoming Wilderness Association, we believe knowledge is power. Below you will find studies we have completed, as well as studies done by our conservation partners, all focused on the values of wild lands in America. We use these as the backbone of our advocacy as we work to protect Wyoming's public wild lands and hope you will do the same. Enjoy! 

Beetles, Fires, Search and Rescue, and Motorized Access in Wyoming's Wilderness Areas

The Wyoming Wilderness Association

 

The Economic Benefit of Rock Creek Recommended Wilderness Area

Friends of Rock Creek, a Group of The Wyoming Wilderness Association

Perceived and Actual Use in Wilderness Areas

The Wyoming Wilderness Association

Wilderness Grazing in Wyoming's Four National Forests

The Wyoming Wilderness Association

Conservation in the West Poll

The Colorado College State of the Rockies Project

The Economic Benefits of Trails

American Hiking Society

Economic Value of Forest Ecosystem Services: A Review

The Wilderness Society | Douglas J. Krieger, Ph.D.

The Importance of Backcountry Areas to Wyoming's Fish, Wildlife, Hunting & Angling

Trout Unlimited

PO Box 6588 (Mailing)

44 S. Main (Physical)

Sheridan, WY 82801

307.672.2751

info@wildwyo.org

Wyoming wilderness Association

A nonprofit 501(c)(3) grassroots organization dedicated to protecting Wyoming public wildlands.

Tax ID #38-3667856

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