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November 30, 2022
Comments submitted on behalf of Protect Our Water Jackson Hole in response to the proposal for Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) Temporary Housing on the Bureau of Land Management Parcel 26 – 2920 Lease.
November 28, 2022
The subject of this petition is the unlawful decision of the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ) authorizing the construction and operation of a commercial wastewater facility under an invalid general permit. The unlawfully permitted wastewater facility is located on state trust land situated in the headwaters of Fish Creek, a highly protected Class l surface water already suffering water quality.
October 17, 2022
Comments submitted on behalf of Protect Our Water Jackson Hole in response to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality’s September 16, 2022 public notice on the Town of Jackson Wastewater Lagoon, Permit No. WY0021458 pollution discharge permit renewal.
September 27, 2022
Comments submitted on behalf of Protect Our Water Jackson Hole in response to the proposed development on Fish Creek Road: DEV2022-0002: One Wildlife Ranch, Rural-Planned Residential Development.
July 8, 2022
Trihydro completed a comprehensive, third-party study of the Town of Jackson, Wyoming Wastewater Treatment Plant. Read their Draft 2021 Wastewater Treatment Plant Technical Review Report.
2021 was a monumental year for raising water quality awareness in Jackson Hole and further driving supporters, policymakers, and funders to address local water quality issues. 2021 was also a year of real action, with the approval and launch of Teton County’s Water Quality Master Plan. Read our annual report to learn more about POWJH’s important achievements in 2021 and our vision for carrying this success into 2022 and beyond.
November 11, 2021
Comments submitted on behalf of Protect Our Water Jackson Hole in response to the draft Teton County Small Wastewater Facility Regulations released on October 13, 2021.
The Snake River doesn’t just flow down the visible river channel. It flows underground through the cobble, gravel, and sand across the entire valley floor and supports extraordinary biodiversity of life – from Bugs to Bears. This visual guide explains how clean water in the gravel-bed river underground floodplain is fundamental to the health of the entire ecosystem.
Despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, Protect Our Water JH made important progress toward both short and long-term goals in regard to Teton County, WY water quality through both public campaigns and local government collaboration. Read about it in our 2020 Annual Report.