CHEYENNE, Wyo. The money is intended to diversify our economy, protect wildlife and agriculture lands, and help communities.
Ten million would go to a University of Wyoming pilot project for coal-based carbon capture.
Another ten million would go towards wildlife natural resource trust projects.
He also wants money for the supplemental budget for agriculture and wildlife maintenance and a small amount to help small towns get federal grants.
“Wyoming is blessed to have all the resources it does. And we can develop them all and we can do that in a sensible way. We want to make sure we preserve what we love about this state.” Said Governor Gordon.
This was Gordons first time testifying in front of a legislative committee as governor.