Conserving Wyoming's Wildlife for Future Generations
Who We Are:
Wyoming is home to over 600 different species of wildlife, 230,000 acres of standing water and over 20,000 miles of streams and rivers. The state represents a truly one of a kind resource
that is shared and admired by everyone who crosses our borders. Wyoming's natural beauty and a seemingly endless bounty wild game, provides the recreationalist and outdoorsman with countless
opportunities to enjoy this precious and fragile resource.
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of Wyoming (WHFW) measures it success not by the dollars raised, but by the "On the Ground" projects we fund. WHFW prides itself on funding worthy wildlife
and habitat improvement projects that produce an immediate impact but preserve and perpetuate the resource for the enjoyment of future generations. Since 2001 WHFW has generated nearly
$3,000,000 for the benefit of wildlife and habitat projects in Wyoming.
The accomplishments of the foundation to date have been significant, but our goal is to work even harder to develop the resources needed to assure that the future of Wyoming's great outdoors
will be just as bright as our past. A detailed list of our completed projects can be seen on our website at http://www.whfw.org.
WHFW raises funds to support projects that are critical to sustaining and improving natural resources only in Wyoming. The foundation has four primary areas of focus: Species Conservation,
Habitat and Aquatic Improvement, Conservation Education and Access.
WHFW funds projects that benefit threatened game and non-game species in decline by funding research, education and/or restorative projects that improve habitat and water quality, by enhancing the land and water to sustain and manage wildlife.
The foundation also funds conservation and education projects intended to promote, inspire and encourage youth to consider careers in the great outdoors. After all, the ability to conserve and protect the resource depends on our ability to attract our future scientist, conservationist and outdoor law enforcement officers.
WHFW also seeks funding to provide access to the land for hunters and non-hunters alike. WHFW supports the Wyoming Game and Fish Departments Access program and conservation easements that provide private land access for hunters and recreationalist.
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