The mission of the WGA Working Lands Roundtable is the ongoing implementation of WGA natural resource-focused initiatives. The Roundtable will examine crosscutting policy issues and engage a broad coalition of stakeholders to advance past Chair Initiatives and other policy priorities. The Roundtable was launched with a webinar and the inaugural event of the Roundtable was held in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead urged attendees to “make a difference” on land management and invasive species policy at the inaugural event of the WGA Working Lands Roundtable. The event gathered leaders in land management and invasive species to examine crosscutting policy issues on Oct. 11-12, 2018 in Cheyenne.
The launch webinar of the WGA Working Lands Roundtable outlined its mission to examine crosscutting policy issues, engage a broad coalition of stakeholders and continue the work of past WGA Chair Initiatives and policy priorities. The Roundtable will serve as the consolidating body for association efforts on drought, species conservation and the Endangered Species Act, forest and rangeland management, and biosecurity and invasive species. The Roundtable will include workshops, webinars, case studies and more.