The Wyoming Office of Outdoor Recreation facilitates several outdoor recreation collaborations convened statewide by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails. These initiatives bring together local community members, recreational stakeholders, businesses, conservation groups, federal and state agencies, and elected officials to identify and prioritize opportunities for growth and improvement in outdoor recreation.
Dates, times and locations are as follows:
- Northeast Wyoming Outdoor Recreation Collaborative (NEWORC – Campbell, Crook, and Weston Counties) – October 4 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Location Crook County Courthouse, 309 E Cleveland St, Sundance. Join virtually at meet.google.com/cbm-trzm-cnc or by phone (USA) +1 352-973-0350 PIN: 986970445
- Natrona County Outdoor Recreation Collaborative (NCORC) – October 5 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Platte River Trails location at Tate Pumphouse, 1775 W 1st St, Casper. Join virtually at meet.google.com/agb-ngzf-dck or by phone (USA) +1 901-881-9709 PIN: 678562547
- Bighorn Basin Outdoor Recreation Collaborative (BBORC – Big Horn, Hot Springs and Washakie Counties) – October 11 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Big Horn Rural Electric Co location, 415 South St, Basin. Join virtually at meet.google.com/isu-tfsd-inm or by phone (US) +1 929-299-3608 PIN: 873889694
- Park County Outdoor Recreation Collaborative (PCORC) – October 12 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., Park County Library, 1500 Heart Mountain St, Cody. Join virtually at meet.google.com/dfn-tdhw-ufi or by phone (US) +1 513-480-5331 PIN: 441001541
Members of the public are welcome to attend joint meetings in person or virtually, where available. Towards the end of each session there will be a designated time for public comment.
Established upon recommendation of the Governor’s Outdoor Recreation Task Force in 2017, the Office of Outdoor Recreation aims to diversify Wyoming’s economy by expanding, enhancing, responsible recreational opportunities through collaboration, outreach and coordination with stakeholders, landowners, private industry and public officials and be encouraged.