The primary purpose of the Hall of Fame is to honor those individuals, both living and posthumously, who have made significant, lasting lifetime contributions to the conservation of Wyoming’s outdoor heritage.
Each year, recognition will be given to people who have worked consistently over many years to conserve Wyoming’s natural resources through volunteer service, environmental restoration, educational activities, audio/visual and written media, the arts, and political and individual leadership.
The Hall of Fame also seeks to educate the public about—and promote the significance of—Wyoming’s rich outdoor heritage. Inductees will be solid role models for today’s youth.
The Draper Natural History Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West is proud to host the Wyoming Outdoor Hall of Fame, made possible through the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.