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Sources of Funding for Land Acquisitions and Easements

Table 5 – Wyoming state and local sources of funding for land acquisitions and easements.

State and Local Sources of Funding for Land Acquisitions and Easements

Name

Purpose Location Contact
Jonah Interagency Mitigation and Reclamation Office Funds for off-site mitigation of Jonah Field activities, managed by the BLM and three state agencies. Acquisition and easements are eligible, especially pronghorn and sagebrush habitats. Federal or state agencies, non-profit organizations, businesses, and individuals may apply. Green River Basin, WY

(307) 367-5386

www.wy.blm.gov/jio-
papo/index.htm

Pinedale Anticline Project Office Funds for on-site monitoring and off-site mitigation for the Pinedale Anticline managed by the BLM and three state agencies. Acquisition and easements are eligible, especially in mule deer, pronghorn, and sage-grouse habitats. Federal or state agencies, non-profit organizations, businesses, and individuals may apply. Green River Basin, WY

(307) 367-5386

www.wy.blm.gov/jio-papo

Wyoming Game & Fish Landowner Incentive Program State program offering 50% cost-share or in-kind matching for habitat conservation on private lands, including easements. Wyoming

(307) 745-4046 https://wgfd.wyo.gov/

Wyoming Game & Fish Private Lands, Public Wildlife Access Program & Wyoming Access Yes Purchases easements for hunting and fishing access. Funding generated by Access Yes. Wyoming

(307) 777-4600

https://accessyes.wyo.gov/

Wyoming State Wildlife Grants Federal funds allocated in the form of State Wildlife Grants for the conservation of at-risk species. Project funding in Wyoming guided by the Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy. Wyoming

(307) 777-4600

http://www.fishwildlife.org/index.php?section=blueribbonpanel

Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust State program with funding available to non-profit and government agencies to conserve wildlife habitat and natural resources, including purchase of conservation easements. Wyoming

(307) 856-4665

http://wwnrt.wyo.gov/

 
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