The Resource Council, along with its over 1,000 members throughout the state, advocates for the conservation of Wyoming’s unique land, mineral, water, and clean air resources consistent with responsible use of those resources to sustain the livelihood of present and future generations. Since its founding in 1973, the Resource Council has worked on coal mining issues in Wyoming, advocating for responsible reclamation and bonding policies, reduced air pollution, and better water management. Petitioner’s members include Wyomingites who live, work, ranch and farm, and/or recreate near or adjacent to coal mines.

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