The travel and hospitality industry is the second largest industry in the State of Wyoming. Visitors stimulate the local economy and benefit hotels, meeting facilities, attractions, restaurants, cultural institutions, tour companies, transportation providers, local farmers, and countless other businesses.
Explore one place to easily map out your Wyoming adventures. With a few taps, you can populate this interactive map with the attractions you want to see and the places you want to visit. You’ll find plot points you can click on to learn even more about the destination so you can plan your perfect adventure. And once you’ve downloaded the map to your device, you can access it anywhere, even offline. So get off the grid and start mapping out your Wyoming adventure.
Consider signing-up to be a CoCoRaHS volunteer -- a person who measures and reports precipitation (or lack of) on a daily basis (or near daily basis). CoCoRaHS volunteers play an important role in helping to document the amount of precipitation an area does or does not receive. Do you have questions about becoming a CoCoRaHS volunteer in Wyoming? Contact Tony Bergantino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit a report about the conditions in your area from too dry to too wet. You can upload photos to this system showing an area, such as a stock pond, for the current year compared to a similar timeframe during a more normal year.
Provides information and tools to help ranchers, public land managers among others to help plan drought scenario exercises in the process of planning and managing mitigation and response activities for a hypothetical drought.
Blue-green algae poses health risks to people, livestock, and pets. On this website you can:
View HCB advisories in Wyoming through the 'Advisories Map;'
sign-up to receive updates on HCBs and advisories;
and learn more about blue-green algae.
Weather & Climate Information
The NWS provies weather forecasts, warnings of hazardous weather, and other weathere-related products to organizations and the public for the purposes of protection, safety, and general information. Click on' the + sign to the right for a list of the 5 NWS offices that serve the people of Wyoming.