Click on any document below to see the tribal submissions made to the State of Wyoming, Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, and Wyoming Game and Fish Department opposing Wyoming's proposed grizzly trophy in Greater Yellowstone, scheduled to begin September 1.
The lands this hunt will be prosecuted on is comprised of tribal ancestral and treaty territory, defined by myriad sacred and historic sites to over thirty sovereign tribal nations.
1. Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Association (GPTCA): Submission to Wyoming Game and
Fish Commission on Wyoming’s proposed
2. Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council submission to the Wyoming Game & Fish Commission.
3. Great Sioux Nation submission: Wyoming Grizzly Hunt-Public Comment.
4. Northern Arapaho Elders Society submission to the Wyoming Game & Fish Commission/Wyoming Game & Fish Dept. on Wyoming’s grizzly trophy hunt.
5. Piikani Nation of the Blackfoot Confederacy submission to Wyoming state and federal authorities re- Wyoming’s planned grizzly trophy hunt.
6. GOAL Tribal Coalition: Public Comment on the Wyoming Chapter 68 Grizzly Hunt.
7. The Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council letter to Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), the fourth ranking GOP senator, raising concerns about Wyoming’s trophy hunt and drawing attention to the tribal alternative.
8. Letter to Wyoming Game and Fish Commission from Congressman Raul Grijalva, Ranking Member of the House Natural Resources Committee, opposing the Greater Yellowstone grizzly hunt.
9. Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs letter to Governor Matt Mead of Wyoming re-treaty violations, abrogation of UNDRIP, etc.
Wyoming Grizzly Trophy Hunt Opposition