Wyoming

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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Importance of Public Lands to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Join Senior Wildlife Biologist at Yellowstone National Park, Douglas Smith. He will be discussing the importance of public lands to wolves, elk, birds, and other wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Powell Valley Community Education, Wyoming Humanities Council, and Bighorn Canyon Recreation Area bring you part 3 of our 4…

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Wyoming Migration Initiative, Earth Day Speaker Series 2 of 4

Thursday, February 20, 2020 at 6:30 PM – 8 PM Join Matthew Kauffman with the U.S. Geological Survey who will discuss the Wyoming Migration Initiative and how Public Lands are essential to the movement of wildlife in Wyoming. This event is brought to you by the Wyoming Humanities Council and…

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Beers & Bills

Join the Wyoming Outdoor Council and Greater Yellowstone Coalition for a lively discussion about conservation legislation at the upcoming 2020 Wyoming State Legislature! Staff from both groups will discuss bills to watch for during the upcoming legislative session, which begins February 10. Topics may include state and public lands, environmental…

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Climate Solutions For Wyoming.

Is carbon dividend plan good for Wyoming citizens? Wyoming Rising invites you to explore a bipartisan climate solution for Wyoming. Bill Barron, Rocky Mountain Regional Director of the Citizen’s Climate Lobby will discuss HR763, The Energy Innovation and Climate Dividend Act, and how it could help Wyoming Citizens with the…

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Why do we march?

Dr. Mary Keller, Closing remarks at the January 18, 2020 March For A Better America. Cody Wyoming. Let’s begin thinking from an Indigenous perspective today. If you’d like to learn about the Crow people who were here before we, the settlers, arrived, read the book Pretty Shield about an Apsáalooke…

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