Marti Halverson voted against these wildlife friendly projects that increased hunting and fishing opportunities around Lincoln County.


Please Vote NO to Marti Halverson

(For a list of bills and votes
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Projects near you:
Mill Creek Water

March 2018.  Water development and distribution through storage and pipeline placement in an area of high importance to Greater Sage-grouse, mule deer, elk, and other species.

Total Project Cost:  $182,816

WWNRT Funding:    $18,000

Sponsor:  Lincoln County Conservation District

LaBarge Creek Culverts

March 2017.  Stream habitat improvements through replacement of culverts that block spawning fish movement on various creek locations on LaBarge Creek in Lincoln County.

Total Project Cost:  $462,423

WWNRT Funded:   $198,000

Sponsor:  Trout Unlimited


Cokeville Tri-Diversion

March 2017.  Reconstruction of irrigation diversion to allow fish passage and maintain integrity of natural stream channel on the Smith’s Fork River in Lincoln County.

Total Project Costs:  $541,452

WWNRT Funded:       $91,010

Sponsor:  Cokeville Watershed Improvement District

Mill Creek Sagebrush

March 2017.  Treatment and reduction of Basin big sagebrush on wildlife and livestock range to increase forage production and quality of browse in an area of high importance to mule deer, elk and antelope in Lincoln County.

Total Project Cost:  $58,150

WWNRT Funded:   $20,000

Sponsor:  Lincoln County Conservation District


LaBarge Fence Modifications

March 2017.   Habitat enhancement by fence removal and modifications to improve forage management and allow wildlife migration and movement in Lincoln County.

Total Project Cost:  $140,712

WWNRT Funded:   $150,000

Sponsor:  Wyoming Game and Fish


Coal Creek

September 2016.  Habitat treatments including mechanical construction of stream channel, willow planting, fencing and other means to stabilize a highly important perennial stream in Lincoln County.

Total Project Cost:  $905,700

WWNRT Funded $260,000

Sponsor:  Wyoming Game and Fish Commission

Upper Bear River Reconnect

March 2014.  Construction of water diversion facilities to allow reconnection of historic fish passage ways along approximately 32 miles of the Bear River in southwestern Wyoming

Total Project Cost: $655,000

WWNRT Funded: $31,000

Sponsor: Trout Unlimited

Barnes Fish Passage

September 2014.  Diversion structure replacement and associated stream enhancements to allow native cutthroat trout to access spawning and juvenile rearing areas on Fontenelle Creek, near LaBarge, WY

Total Project Cost: $60,250

WWNRT Funded: $20,000

Sponsor: Trout Unlimited


South LaBarge Fence

September 2014.  Establishment of fencing to enhance management of livestock in order to provide greater habitat value for mule deer, elk and Greater Sage-grouse.

Total Project Cost: $333,979

WWNRT Funded: $150,000

Sponsor: Lincoln County Conservation District

Rocking Chair Conservation Easement

September 2015.  Permanent conservation easement on approximately 2,400 acres of private land in Lincoln County, WY

Total Project Cost: $1,650,800

WWNRT Funded: $400,000

Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish

Lincoln County Supports the WWNRT
Marti Halverson does not

Marti Halverson voted against WWNRT projects in 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014

WWNRT Projects help:

  • Wildlife; Elk, Mule Deer, Sage Grouse, Native Trout and other species
  • Increase agricultural productivity
  • Maintain family Ag operations
  • Increases habitat and migration corridors
  • Increase fishing opportunities for anglers


All projects are funded through income off of the trust fund.

These Projects are Important for our Hunting and Fishing opportunities
Hunters & Anglers are Now Against Marti!

Marti Halverson has consistently voted against the interests of sportsmen.
Marti Halverson has consistently voted against our public lands and our wildlife!
Jim Roscoe has a proven record of protecting our public lands and our wildlife!

Vote Jim Roscoe

Here are links to each years WWNRT funding bill that Marti has voted against:  

2018 Senate File 69    https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2018/SF0069

2017 Senate File 72    https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2017/SF0072

2016 Senate File 53    https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2016/SF0053
2015 Senate File 44 https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2015/SF0044
2014 Senate File 82  https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2014/SF0082