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 Wild Colt 

 Wild Horse Loop Tour 

 Red Canyon Overlook 

 Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. 

 Broadway Theater 

 Downtown Rock Springs 

 Wild Horse Loop 

  

 Trona Miners 

  

 Downtown Rock Springs 

  

 Fishing 

 Green River 

 Wilkin's Peak Trail System 

 Green River 

 Guided Horseback Riding 

 Red Canyon Lodge 

 Sweetwater County Fair 

 "Wyoming's Big Show" 

 Fly Fishing 

 On The Green River 

 Wakeboarding 

 Flaming Gorge Reservoir 

  

  

Wyoming Mining Natural Resource Foundation (WMNRF)

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PO Box 577
Green River, WY 82935
(307) 896-9190

About Us

WMNRF isa non profitfoundation formed to support a sustainable mining fguture in Southwest Wyoming. Interests include wildlife conservation and protection, education, and public outreach. read more
  • About

    WMNRF isa non profitfoundation formed to support a sustainable mining fguture in Southwest Wyoming. Interests include wildlife conservation and protection, education, and public outreach.

    Mission:
    ?The Foundation's mission statement ''Industry Providing for People while Partnering in Conservation and Environmental Stewardship'' ?recognizes the critical role that Wyoming's mining industries play in providing for the health and well-being of human and natural environments.

    Strategy:
    ?The Foundation has developed an initial conservation strategy which is designed to engage landowners and land managers, agencies, academia and stakeholders to work together with the mining industry to implement durable conservation practices on the ground.

    The Foundation
    The Wyoming Mining Natural Resource Foundation is a non-profit corporation. The impetus to form the Foundation was an outgrowth of a cooperative, voluntary conservation initiative led by the trona/soda ash industry with an objective of benefiting the Greater sage-grouse and other sagebrush obligate species and conserving the habitat on which they depend in southwestern Wyoming.

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