PROTECT CASPER MOUNTAIN:
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Stand with us to preserve the beauty and integrity of Casper Mountain.
Join the CMPA in our mission to protect the lands, promote wildlife conservation, and ensure sustainable recreation and stewardship. Your support makes a difference.
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
SAY NO TO CASPER MOUNTAIN GRAVEL MINE
Join the effort
The Casper Mountain Preservation Alliance (CMPA) is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the north-facing slope of Casper Mountain. Through advocacy, education, and community engagement, we aim to preserve the mountain's natural and cultural heritage for future generations.
Your involvement is key to our success

Whether through volunteering, contributing financially, or spreading the word, your support empowers our mission to protect Casper Mountain. Join us today and be a part of making a lasting impact.

Urgent Community Action Required

Natrona County Commissioners Regular Meeting

When: The first and third Tuesday of every month at 5pM

Where: 200 N. Center, Second Floor Courtroom, Casper, WY 82601

Prism Logistics was issued and has already utilized their Exploratory License in each qtr/qtr section of SEC.1/2-T32-R80W and SEC.36/35/34-T32-R80W.  This amounts to thousands of acres of leased land that expands across the foothills at the base of Casper Mountain.

Protecting the North Facing Slope of Casper Mountain for Future Generations

Our Objectives:

  • Protect and Preserve Lands: Ensuring the safeguarding of lands from industrial impacts.
  • Promote Wildlife Conservation: Enhancing habitat quality and biodiversity.
  • Facilitate Positive Recreational Use: Encouraging responsible recreation in harmony with nature.
  • Encourage Good Stewardship: Fostering responsible use and protection of natural resources.
  • Protect Air Quality: Advocating for clean air and minimal pollutants.
  • Preserve Water Resources: Safeguarding vital water resources for all.

Our Purposes

  • Advocacy and Legal Action: Active involvement in legal and policy advocacy to protect Casper Mountain.
  • Community Engagement: Building a community of supporters through outreach and education.
  • Research and Monitoring: Conducting research to inform conservation strategies
  • Partnerships and Collaboration: Working alongside various stakeholders for shared goals.
  • Public Education and Awareness: Raising awareness about the importance of conservation.
  • Long-term Conservation Planning: Developing strategies for the ecosystem's resilience and sustainability.
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Representatives

We all need to use our voices now and where they may have an impact.

Take a moment and share one reason (more if you wish) why a gravel mine on the face of Casper Mountain may be undesirable.

There are NON-RESIDENTIAL locations to mine rock in Wyoming!

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