Interior Department Backs Wyoming Conservation Plan

Looks to integrate conservation and private owner rights.

On Thursday, the Interior Department announced that it would be backing a wildlife conservation effort created by the State of Wyoming. The project is designed to improve wildlife habitats, continue to promote multiple uses for the land, and preserve private landowner rights. Secretary Deb Haaland traveled to the Wind River Reservation to meet with Governor Mark Gordon and tribal leaders to announce the department’s support of the plan. 

Secretary Haaland stated, “Wyoming is a great model for how to advance collaborative, proactive work to conserve and restore important wildlife habitat and migration corridors. We are eager to further the state’s efforts, and to leverage new and existing federal resources to support Tribes, private landowners, and others in this locally-led conservation vision.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For officials of the Interior Department as they seek to preserve God’s creation.
  • That Secretary Haaland to seek God’s wisdom as she leads the Interior Department.
  • For the president and his advisors as conservation efforts are considered.

Sources: Department of the Interior


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