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Thank You For Protecting Our Water

On Tuesday, November 2 a victory was sealed in Albany County for clean drinking water. Amended regulations will help to better implement protections found in the Casper Aquifer Protection Plan and we get to celebrate after years of community organizing and public input to get here!
“Our legacy to future generations will be that we all cared enough today to take measures to ensure the same quality of drinking water that we have all had the privilege to drink” - Commissioner Sue Ibarra

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Who We Are

Concerned citizens of Laramie
and Albany County, Wyoming

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Our Mission

To prevent deterioration of
drinking water in the Laramie area

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Why Our Mission is Important

About 50% of the water supplied to Laramie residents comes from the Casper Aquifer. In addition, several hundred residents near the city depend on the Casper Aquifer for 100% of their drinking water.
Locally, the Casper Aquifer is recharged in the area extending approximately from Boulder Drive to the Laramie Range east of the city.

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Click on the images below to learn more about the Casper Aquifer.