PLUC has been working to improve access to public lands since 2002. Sheridan County, Wyoming lost more than 2x’s as much land than any other county to private interests before the current “no net loss” policy was adopted.
Federal, state, county, and city lands are all part of our commons. Colorado University has done repeating polls that show strong support for public lands among voters in Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Montana, Colorado, and Arizona.
Limited public access to Wyoming State Lands was granted in the late 1980s. There is no access to cultivated / irrigated land. There is no camping allowed on WY State Land, unless specifically signed for that purposes.