Donate & Join/Renew
Powder River Basin Resource Council is made up of ranchers and townspeople, workers and retirees, wage earners, business owners, teachers, farmers, and professionals. We represent more than 2,000 individuals from all walks of life who are committed to preserving Wyoming’s quality of life, unique resources, and rich heritage.
As a donor of the Powder River Basin Resource Council, you join a long tradition of citizen stewards protecting Wyoming’s future. We need your talent, your participation, and your monetary support to continue our vital work.
Your donation helps us provide training and services including public education, leadership development, community organizing, and lobbying as permitted by law under the Council's 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt status.
“We are fortunate to call Wyoming home. We support Powder River Basin Resource Council because it is the most effective organization at ensuring our quality of life for generations to come.” – Brad & Susie Mohrmann, Sheridan
How to Donate
If you would rather donate with a check or with cash, please print off this form and return it with your donation to our office: Powder River Basin Resource Council, 934 N. Main St., Sheridan, WY 82801.
If you have any questions, or if you have any technical difficulties using our donation platform, just give our office a call at (307) 672-5809. Thanks for your donation!
Join Us Today!
As a member of the Powder River Basin Resource Council, you join a long tradition of citizen stewards looking out for Wyoming’s future. We need your talent, your participation, and your monetary support to continue our vital work.
Your membership entitles you to vote on Resource Council leadership and position statements, and you’ll also receive our bimonthly newsletter as well as periodic mailings on critical issues that will shape Wyoming’s future. If you provide your email, we will also send you action alerts on our legislative and issue based campaigns. You can opt out from any of these mailings at any time by contacting our office. Your donation helps us provide training and services including public education, leadership development, community organizing, and lobbying as permitted by law under the Council's 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt status.
“Powder River is the only organization I have found that is concerned about the Wyoming of the future. Most of the members are in for the long haul.” – L.J. Turner, Wright
Renew Your Membership!
Stay informed on all our issues and continue supporting our work to preserve Wyoming’s quality of life. Save a stamp and easily renewyour membership securely through the website. If you prefer to use that stamp, print off the join/renewal form and send it to the office.
As part of our commitment to community-based grassroots organizing, we work with groups of our members across the state to focus on issues that are of the greatest importance at the local level. You can join an affiliate for an extra donation of $5 with your annual dues.
Alliance for Renewable Energy of Laramie – Albany County
Alliance for Renewable Energy of Laramie was founded by Laramie Powder River members in 2018 who are interested in advocating and encouraging Laramie to be a leader in Wyoming's energy transition by promoting renewable energy use and efficiency.
Cheyenne Area Landowners Coalition – Laramie County
The Cheyenne Area Landowner's Coalition is an organization of property owners dedicated to protecting the financial and lifestyle interests of landowners whose properties are impacted by oil and gas development or other mining related processes; the Coalition is dedicated to protecting the property rights and lifestyle conditions of all landowners who are Coalition members.
Clark Resource Council – Park County
The Clark Resource Council is a group of concerned citizens dedicated to maintaining the special places and values of the land and community of the Beartooth Front. Clark Resource Council works to address the impacts of gas development in Park County, protecting highly sensitive big game habitat and valued recreational areas, in addition to maintaining the air and water quality for people who live in the area.
Pavillion Area Concerned Citizens – Fremont County
Pavillion Area Concerned Citizens (PACC) are dedicated to educating and empowering local residents in Fremont County and surrounding areas to address impacts of oil and gas development and protecting water supplies and other interests that are important to local residents.
Sheridan Area Resource Council – Sheridan County
Sheridan Area Resource Council (SARC) was started in 1991. We led a 10 year fight to protect the pristine Little Horn and Dry Fork area from a proposed storage project. The project was not built and the application was terminated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. In recent years, topics of interest to SARC members have included renewable energy, recycling, planning & zoning, protecting our starry night sky, enhancing recreation opportunities, and protecting water quality.
“Powder River’s been going up against big companies and corporations in fighting the legal battle, the legislative battle for decades. They’ve got legal experts. They’ve got field experts, and they’ve got access to more than that. I was excited beyond words when Cheyenne Area Landowners Coalition allied themselves as an affiliate with Powder River Basin Resource Council. We feel like you’re not in this alone. You’ve got some people that are listening to you and fighting with you.”
– Wayne Lax, Cheyenne