As one of Sweetwater County and Wyoming's most popular hunting, fishing, recreation and wildlife viewing areas, the Greater Little Mountain Coalition supports responsible energy development in the Little Mountain area. This approach dictates that critical habitat areas be set aside from energy development while other areas be carefully developed so that the great fish and wildlife heritage of the region is preserved.
Who We Are
The Greater Little Mountain Coalition is a group of sportsmen’s organizations and concerned citizens who want to see the Greater Little Mountain Area’s rugged and sensitive landscape continue to support abundant wildlife & fish populations, including Colorado River cutthroat trout and sensitive species, and provide ample recreation opportunities.
Why We Care
This unique high desert habitat region is considered by biologists and resource managers to be some of the most sensitive fish and wildlife habitat in Wyoming. To sportsmen and women, Little Mountains is known as a premier hunting and fishing destination that plays an irreplaceable role in Wyoming’s outdoor heritage.
How You Can Help
To pass Little Mountain’s amazing habitat and sporting opportunities on to future generations, we’ll need your help.
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