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Healthy rivers and a healthy watershed are the foundation of healthy communities. We ask a lot from the Wind River; it provides us with drinking water, food, and recreational opportunities, and is important to many valley residents both spiritually and aesthetically. By working to protect and restore our river, we improve our own health and the health of generations to come ...more>

basin maphe Wind River Alliance is a cross-cultural, community-based organization dedicated to the health and protection of Wyoming's Wind River watershed, stretching south from the Owl Creek and Absaroka Mountains, west along the Wind River Mountains, then east to the Beaver Divide ...more>

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The Wind River is Wyoming's largest watershed, and much of it flows through the Wind River Indian Reservation, home to the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes. View maps and photo galleries and learn more about our programs and projects ...more>

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Greetings from WRA's Executive Director

Coalbed Methane Development

On February 24, 2006, Dr. Bergman from the Ruckleshaus Institute at the University of Wyoming presented the findings of the coalbed methane report and related them to the needs of the Wind River Reservation. This report was developed in response to Governor Freudenthalís 2004 request toward answering questions on options for dealing with water produced through CBM development.

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