Wyoming Wilderness Association
The Wyoming Wilderness Association is offering a free wilderness workshop and campout on Friday and Saturday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Cloud Peak Wilderness.
The Wyoming Wilderness Association staff will give a tour of the Rock Creek Recommended Wilderness area on Saturday.
The Wyoming Wilderness Association is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act as well as the 30th anniversary of the Wyoming Wilderness Act by offering 15 outings across Wyoming this summer.
Joan Hoffmann, an oil and watercolor artist from Vermont and Colorado, and Kathryn Turner, a Jackson Hole native and plein air painter, will lead a two day painting workshop in the Rock Creek recommended wilderness area of Wyoming's Bighorn National Forest on June 29-30.
The Wyoming Wilderness Association will kick off a statewide tour by hiking expert and "Backpacking Wyoming" author Doug Lorain this week.
The Wyoming Wilderness Association will host 18 free outings this summer in wild places all around the state.
CODY, Wyo. — Mountaineer Don Foote still remembers the first frozen waterfall he climbed in the South Fork Valley east of Yellowstone National Park.
The Wyoming Wilderness Association will hold its second annual Winter Wilderness Holiday Ball at Sheridan, Wyo.'s, Kalif Shrine Center on Dec. 29 from 6:30 to 11 p.m.
Wyoming Wilderness Association is pleased to invite the public and their families to a showing of the eighth annual Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival in Buffalo and Gillette.
Rob Davidson has joined the Wyoming Wilderness Association in Sheridan, Wyo., as its northeast Wyoming community outreach coordinator. He will carry on the efforts to gain support of permanent protection for the Rock Creek recommended wilderness and also work on roadless and wildlands initia…
The Wyoming Wilderness Association will be hosting free public showings of the just-released film “Shoshone Wild!” produced by Evergreen Productions and the Wyoming Wilderness Association.
The Wyoming Wilderness Association is hosting two free Saturday adventures in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Volunteers try to beat the heat by setting off early Sunday to a campsite deep in the Shoshone National Forest, where they'll spend three days removing an old fence.
Members of the Wyoming Backcountry Horsemen clear the first ridge on a 10-mile ride into the Shoshone National Forest, where volunteers will spend three days removing a fence from a wildlfe migration corridor.
Neil Thaggard of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership joins members of the Wyoming Wilderness Association on a long hike into the Shoshone National Forest on Sunday for a habitat improvement project.
Members of the Wyoming Backcountry Horsemen unload their horses and mules before setting off early Sunday on a fence-removal project deep in the Shoshone National Forest.
WAPITI, Wyo. — A group of volunteers set off early Sunday into the morning shadows of the North Absaroka Wilderness, where they’ll spend three days and nights working to remove an old fence from an important wildlife migration corridor.
Botanist Claire Leon and Sheridan College biologist Ami Erickson will lead an informational hike into Wyoming's Rock Creek recommended wilderness Saturday.
An eight-mile hike up Dry Medicine Lodge Canyon, just north of Ten Sleep, Wyo., will be led by Edith Heyward and Don Crecelius on Saturday.
The Wyoming Wilderness Association is holding its free events beginning this month. Here is a list of all of the programs. For more information or to sign up, call 307-672-2751 or email email@example.com.