Good Neighbor Authority
Increasing pace and scale of active management within Wyoming forest's.
Cow Camp Salvage Sale was the first GNA project to occur on the Bridger-Teton National Forest in western Wyoming.
History of Good Neighbor Authority
The Rob Roy GNA Hazardous Fuels Reduction Project
The Rob Roy Good Neighbor Authority Hazardous Fuels Reduction completed 231 acres of hazardous fuels reduction around the Rob Roy Reservoir. This reservoir is a crucial water supply to the City of Cheyenne. Two major wildfires (Keystone 2017 & Mullen 2020) have threated the reservoir, showing the need for forest management needing to occur within this watershed. Timber harvested from this service contract is being utilized by local purchasers. The City of Cheyenne played a key role in the implementation of this project.
Wyoming Good Neighbor Authority Contacts:
Travis Pardue, Wyoming Partnership Coordinator, WSFD: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ian Tator, Statewide Terrestrial Habitat Manager, WGFD: email@example.com
Chris Wichman, Division Manager, Wyoming Dept of Ag: Chris.firstname.lastname@example.org
Heidi Rogers , Forestry Program Lead, BLM: email@example.com
Matt Etzenhouser, USFS Region 2 GNA Forestry Lead: Matthew.Etzenhouser@usda.gov
Trinity Bugger, USFS Region 4 Grants and Agreements Supervisor: firstname.lastname@example.org