Wildlife & Wetlands
An steady increase in traffic has contributed to unnecessary and dangerous wildlife and vehicle collisions over the past 5 years. I will consider supporting new roads and expansions in Teton County if WYDOT is actively mitigating for the disruption of our wildlife by funding and building wildlife crossings.
Our western waterways and wild life must be protected and presered. My goal for our water is simple: clean flow in and clean flow out. To do this, we we must adopt a baseline program that measures current levels of contamination of creeks and rivers as they enter the town and when they flow out.
Working alongside local advocacy groups to shore up community wide support and education aroud this issues is also essential is prevention and management of our water.