2018 ANNUAL REPORT
A winning year for recreationists.
2018 was a very busy and successful year for AMPL. We worked hard to unite recreationists from Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Utah and beyond to create a stronger voice during the Wyoming Public Lands Initiative process and successfully saw over 100,000 acres saved for recreation. We participated in and hosted local events, such as our Winter Recreation Celebration, to fundraise and build community amongst many user groups. We worked with our federal representative to help introduce two House bills favoring recreation on public lands and lended a recreation-minded perspective to many Forest Service proposals. After over two years of work with the Bridger-Teton National Forest, and with the help of Wyoming State Trails, this winter we were finally able to ensure regular plowing of the Mosquito Creek parking area, keeping this important public land access point accessible year round.