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Gavin Lovell and Rob Putnam observe a fire near Kemmerer, Wyoming.

BLM Kemmerer sends Gavin Lovell to Australia to help battle wildfires
By Lorraine Keith, Public Affairs Specialist, High Desert District

An employee from the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Kemmerer Field Office was deployed to Australia to help battle wildfires on February 13, 2009.   [more...] 


Chilean foresters put on an education show for elementary school students in Casper, Wyoming.

Chilean Forester Visits BLM: Rotary Sponsors Chilean Visitors on Tour of Wyoming
By Lesley A. Collins, Public Affairs Specialist, High Plains District

Chilean Forestry Control Officer, Héctor Adrizola Smith, visited the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) High Plains District Office on May 11, 2009.   [more...]

Poison Spider School poster.

Casper BLMers Help Judge Poison Spider Elementary Science Fair
By Lesley Collins, Public Affairs Specialist, High Plains District
 
Employees from the Casper High Plains District and Wyoming State Office (WSO) Reservoir Management Group (RMG) helped judge over 120 science fair projects at the annual Natrona County Poison Spider Elementary School Science Fair in January.   [more...]


 

Women's History exhibit at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper, Wyoming.

National Historic Trails Interpretive Center Recognizes Women’s History Month with Temporary Exhibit
By Stacey Moore, Visitor Information Assistant; High Plains District

The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center (NHTIC) honors the contributions of women on the trails with a new temporary exhibit titled "The Fortitude of Women on the Trails." The exhibit ran throughout the month of March in recognition of Women’s History Month.   [more...]


Dorene Ludwig.

Trails Center Hosts Women’s History Speaker Dorene Ludwig 
By Lesley Collins, Public Affairs Specialist, High Plains District  

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) National Historic Trails Interpretive Center (NHTIC) celebrated Women’s History Month by hosting a free presentation by Dorene Ludwig on early western women.    [more...]


Student participating in the Spring Tree Jamboree in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Environmental Education Program

On May 5, 2009, Lesly Smith participated in the Spring Tree Jamboree sponsored by the City of Cheyenne Forestry Division. Her four presentations focused on the “Have you ever met a tree?” initiative.   [more...]

Volunteers at the Oregon Basin Petroglyph site in Wyoming.

Teamwork Results in Clean-up of BLM Petroglyph Site
By Sarah Beckwith, Public Affairs Specialist, Wind River/Big Horn Basin District
 
A cooperative effort by the BLM Cody Field Office, the Wyoming Site Stewardship Program (WYSSP), the Absaroka Chapter of the Wyoming Archaeological Society, and Northwest Community College's (NWCC) Introduction to Archaeology class resulted in some much-needed improvements to the Oregon Basin Petroglyph Site near Cody.   [more...]  

Bighorn sheep and cattle grazing in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming.

The Bighorn Mountains Cooperative Initiative Captures Award
By Sarah Beckwith, Public Affairs Specialist, Bighorn Basin/Wind River District & Dennis Saville, Wildlife Biologist, Wyoming State Office
 
The Bighorn Mountains Cooperative Initiative accepted the Partnership of the Year Award at the 2009 North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference in late March.   [more...]