422 Lewis Street
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Sweetwater, Lincoln and Uinta Counties
Term Expires - 2025
Don Schramm was appointed to the WWNRT in 2013 by Governor Matt Mead. Don retired from the Bureau of Land Management after 37 years, most of that time spent in Wyoming. Don has a Bachelor’s degree in Forest Engineering from the University of Montana, and is a licensed professional surveyor.
Currently, Don is the Land Operations Manager for the Rock Springs Grazing Association, an enterprise that covers nearly one million acres of deeded and leased lands in southwestern Wyoming. In his role there, he is responsible for negotiating and coordinating surface use agreements ranging from livestock management to transmission lines and energy development.
Schramm says “It is necessary to be involved in Wyoming resource issues as they relate to private land and property rights, while maintaining multiple-uses of public lands. Wildlife and open space issues will drive many private and federal land use decisions in the future, and these decisions will promote or impact our ability to retain historic Wyoming landscapes and our way of life. The Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust will play a big part in the preservation of the culture and history of Wyoming agriculture, and our wildlife resources.”