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WLT Associate Director of Development – Darby Davis “Princess of Grants” and Associate Director of Conservation – Summer Schulz “Princess of Monitoring”
WLT would like to give big thanks to Sublink Stage for donating the transportation for our Grave Situation field trip. We would also like to thank Ann Chambers Noble for the amazing tour. Her knowledge of local history is … Continue reading
The October issue of Nature Notes hits the Pinedale Elementary School tomorrow! What is Nature Notes? Nature Notes is a monthly newsletter written and distributed by the Wyoming Land Trust (WLT), a non-profit, non-advocacy conservation organization based in Pinedale, Wyoming. … Continue reading
Living proof that WLT’s widlife-friendly fencing initiative continues to help widlife successfully migrate through Wyoming. Picture taken October 9, 2011!
A “Grave Situation” with Ann Chambers Noble – Local Historian Join the Wyoming Land Trust as we offer a fun and educational opportunity to learn local history. In keeping with the Halloween season, Ann Chambers Noble will be “speaking from … Continue reading
It might not be immediately obvious how a land trust relates to energy literacy, but we’ve made an interesting discovery through our work and have found a way to engage the next generation in an understanding of natural resources. We’re … Continue reading
Back Row L-R: Aaron Otteman, Board; Melissa Simpson, Advisor; Randy Teeuwen, Advisor; Anne MacKinnon, Board; Senator Enzi; Scott Williams, Board; Jerry Kirk, Advisor; Senator Barrasso; Bernie Holz, Board; Gary Shorma, Board; Jordan Vana, Director of Conservation Front Row L-R: Kathryn … Continue reading
Wyoming Nature Campers spent the morning at the Durham Bison Ranch today! John Flocchini taught the campers the in’s and out’s of bison ranching. We learned about everything from bison chips to sqeeze chutes! The kids were amazed by these awesome … Continue reading
Here is a look at the newest set of biologists! Wyoming Nature Campers helped track and flush sage grouse during today’s telemetry project with Gwyn McKee. We appreciate her help and guidance!