Say NO to new dams on the Upper Green River!
As part of Wyoming’s new statewide water strategy, Gov. Matt Mead is considering whether to recommend building two large dams near the headwaters of the Green River at the foot of the Wind River Range. The two dams — one of which would impound 150,000 acre-feet of water on BLM land at Warren Bridge, and the other that would impound 200,000 acre-feet of water further upstream on national forest land — would flood one of Wyoming’s most iconic wild rivers and irreparably harm one of the richest fish and wildlife habitats in the lower 48 states.
Building new dams would devastate fish and wildlife, flood one of the state’s most popular fishing and hunting grounds, inundate private property, and submerge valuable livestock grazing lands.
Please tell Gov. Mead to say NO to any new dams on the Upper Green River.
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