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A Message From Harriet.

Wyoming Rising members and followers give our deep thanks to one of our founders and leaders, Harriet Bloom-Wilson, as she formally passes the reigns to our new Leadership Team. Harriet is stepping down from an active leadership role on our team but her direction and spirit remains a touchstone. Thank…

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Braver Angels of Wyoming and Montana Offer Workshops This Week

Understanding the miracle of human cooperation and the curse of eternal division. — from Kris Korfanta, Wyoming State Braver Angels Coordinator The event below, which offers registration for either of two Zoom discussions, is a followup to Wyoming Rising’s community conversation on Jonathan Haight’s book and our screening of the…

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Good news for the Earth

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled to keep the Clean Water Act intact, dealing a major loss to the Trump administration and its pro-polluter agenda. The fate of the nation’s clean water hung in the balance. The nation’s highest court has sided with clean water advocates in a decades-long legal dispute involving…

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Panel Discussion: Public Lands. Earth Day Speaker Series 4 of 4

Hosted by Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and Wyoming Humanities Powell Valley Community Education, Wyoming Humanities Council, and Bighorn Canyon Recreation Area bring you our final event in our series celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Thursday, April 9, 6:30 pm at the Lovell, WY NPS Visitor Center join…

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The ecosystem holding America’s first national park is facing whirlwind changes. The slowdown could be the wake-up call we need. by Todd Wilkinson, March 18, 2020 Republished with Permission from Mountain Journal     We are a country, society and region unaccustomed to dealing with involuntary pause. We’ve been caught…

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