Welcome to Sierra Club Wyoming Chapter
Founded in 1894, the Sierra Club is America’s largest, oldest and most influential grassroots environmental organization. Our mission is to explore, enjoy and protect the planet.
Wyoming is the home of some of the most spectacular national parks, remote wilderness, abundant wildlife, and undeveloped landscapes in the entire country. Wyoming is also rich in energy and mineral resources, and our economy, in recent decades, has been dependent on coal, natural gas, and oil development. Sierra Club Wyoming Chapter works to protect our phenomenal natural environment from industrial development while promoting the transition in Wyoming to clean energy and a sustainable economy for the future.
Our strength lies in our members and supporters. Please become a new member or renew your membership today. We also invite you to get involved and we welcome your donations to support our important work.
Thank you for all you do to protect Wyoming’s environment.
Be an advocate for carnivores and join the in on the effort to achieve permanent, strong carnivore protections throughout Wyoming and the Americas.
We are pleased to showcase photographs of Wyoming’s public lands and wildlife by very talented local and regional photographers. We appreciate their generosity in donating the use of their photos. The website header photo was contributed by Rob Joyce of Laramie. Place cursor over other photos to see photographer credits. If you would like to submit your photos for consideration, please contact us.
The calendar below shows upcoming events including outings sponsored by the Chapter. Click on the event name for more information and to sign up. For more information on outings in general, go to the Get Outdoors tab. For outings in and near Jackson Hole, please go to the Teton Group website.
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