Good Neighbor Authority
Good Neighbor Authority, as authorized in the 2018 USDA Farm Bill, enables State, County, and Tribal Agencies to work collaboratively with the USDA Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management across land ownership types to perform restoration work on forests, grasslands, and watersheds. In Wyoming, the following State Agencies have Good Neighbor authority Agreements with the Forest Service and BLM: Wyoming State Forestry Division, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, and Wyoming Department of Agriculture. Counties and Tribes may enter into Good Neighbor Agreements directly with authorized federal agencies.
Good Neighbor Authority Resources for Wyoming
Click on the interactive map to learn more about Good Neighbor Authority Projects in Wyoming, and across the country. Drag the map or zoom in or out to adjust your view. Click on the pins to see specific project information.
Wyoming Good Neighbor Authority Contacts:
- Laura Wagner, Wyoming Good Neighbor Authority Coordinator, CWSF & WSFD: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Josh Van Vlack, Wyoming Assistant State Forester, WSFD: email@example.com
- Ian Tator, Statewide Terrestrial Habitat Manager, WGFD: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chris Wichman, Division Manager, Wyoming Dept of Ag: Chris.email@example.com
- Josh Jackson, Forestry Program Lead, BLM: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Matt Etzenhouser, USFS Region 2 GNA Forestry Lead: Matthew Etzenhouser@usda.gov
- Trinity Bugger, USFS Region 4 Grants and Agreements Supervisor: email@example.com