When properly applied BMPs can effectively minimize water quality degradation. Voluntary implementation ofBMPshas proven to be an effective means of protecting natural resources to include water quality.
The most recent audit of Forestry BMP implementation and effectiveness were conducted on state, federal and private harvest sites in the summer of 2013. These audits were conducted by a multi-disciplinary team of resource professionals. To view the 2013 BMP Audit Report, click here.
Statewide training sessions are planned to follow the audits. The sessions will be designed to familiarize landowners, industry and resource professionals with forestry BMPs. In addition, audit results will be relayed to participants to point out areas where BMP implementation could be improved.
The publication Wyoming Forestry Best Management Practices was revised in December 2006. This publication provides an easy to use overview of the Best Management Practices for Wyoming.