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Hitch 7, 2016
Hitches

Hitch 7, 2016

Fall Crew -Fence Line near New Fork Lake, Wyoming, August 22-31 – This crew of 4 (Jason Carroll, Eli Riesman, Thadeus Miriello, Madison Williams), ventured into the wilds of New Fork Lake a few miles from Pinedale working for the Wyoming Game and Fish. The crew walked the fence line dividing private property to public … Continue reading

Devon Energy’s Commitment Runs Deep in Conservation and the WCC
News / Projects

Devon Energy’s Commitment Runs Deep in Conservation and the WCC

This 2016 year, Devon Energy piloted two more conservation projects on Wyoming’s public land connecting the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the United States Forest Service (USFS) to the Wyoming Conservation Corps to tear down non-wildlife friendly fences, enhance habitat, remove noxious plants, pick up trash, and a little trail work. It is a … Continue reading

University R.A.s Plant Trees in Front of New High School
Events

University R.A.s Plant Trees in Front of New High School

August 22nd, Laramie High School, Wyoming – On the last Monday before University of Wyoming classes begin, 80 Resident Assistants (R.A.s), the students responsible for dormitory halls, volunteered their time to plant 40-50 trees along Boulder Drive in front of the new Laramie High School building complex.The R.A.s planted various tree species and landscaping shrubs. … Continue reading

Hitch 6, 2016
Hitches

Hitch 6, 2016

Crew 1/Long Hair Don’t Care – BLM lands near Buffalo, WY, August 8-17 – Crew 1 headed to the wild BLM lands East of Buffalo to work on removing old barbwire fence that was rusting and causing problems for wildlife. Long Hair Don’t Care worked through miles of fence removal and two miles of clearing … Continue reading

Hitch 5, 2016
Hitches

Hitch 5, 2016

Crew 1/Long Hair Don’t Care, Greys River District, Bridger-Teton National Forest, July 25 – August 3 – Crew 1 was in one of the most beautiful parts of Wyoming near the Greys River outside of Alpine. Most of the work involved buck and rail fencing enclosures to keep the cattle away from the water and … Continue reading