BLM Wyoming Newsletter

2007 Cheyenne Fishing Day.

Cheyenne Family Fishing Day Once Again a Huge Success
by Anthony Sara

Cheyenne, Wyo. - As anglers lined the shores of Sloan’s Lake, the scene could have been an ocean coastline. Instead, the anglers were enjoying the 18th Annual Cheyenne, Wyo. Family Fishing Day. Around 600 people turned out for this year’s annual event that took place on June 2. 
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CDNST easement.

Public Celebrates Historic Easement to the "King of Trails"

by Kristen Lenhardt

Rawlins, Wyo. - The Wyoming wind greeted over 100 people gathering at Rim Lake near Rawlins, Wyo. to celebrate another milestone toward the completion of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail.  
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Cody Interagency Dispatch Center.

All Is Well In The World Of The Cody Interagency Dispatch Center
by Andrew Tkach 

Cody, Wyo. - All is well in the world of the Cody (Wyoming) Interagency Dispatch Center (CDC). “I pinch myself every morning when I walk in” says Greg Warner, center manager, as he looks around with outstretched arms. “After working 21 years in the old building, it is absolutely wonderful…”
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Oregon Trail 5th graders at the NHTIC.

Oregon Trail 5th Graders Celebrate National Pollinator Week at BLM’s NHTIC

by Lesley Collins

Casper, Wyo. - Imagine monarch butterflies stopping to rest at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center (NHTIC) during their annual migration in the winter and spring. Imagine Trails Center visitors stopping to admire these colorful orange and black butterflies resting and eating in a beautifully planted garden.  
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