Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Pronghorn Passage goes on tour!

Joe is back in the West after months abroad, snow is melting off (and falling back onto) the high country of western Wyoming, and we are taking Pronghorn Passage on the road.

Emilene and Joe's article about the highway crossing at Trappers' Point was published this morning on WyoFile. Read the story here.

Spread the word about these upcoming presentations. All events are free and open to the public. Hope to see you there!

Monday, May 17, 7pm
White Mountain Library in Rock Springs, Wyoming
Hosted by the Wyoming Association of Churches

Wednesday, May 19, 7pm
Domek residence in Cora, Wyoming (call 367-6832 for directions)
Hosted by the Upper Green community

Thursday, May 20, 7pm
Dubois Town Hall in Dubois, Wyoming
Hosted by the Dubois Wildlife Association

Friday, May 21, 7pm
Central Wyoming College, 427 Main Street, Lander Wyoming
Hosted by the Nature Conservancy

The tour is sponsored by the Wyoming Humanities Council.

4 comments:

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Brent said...

Saw the "pronghornpassage.com" address here at the (new) Berry Center display at the University of Wyoming. Both it and the "/artists/" link on the blog's home page point to a "GoDaddy.com" placeholder page. Has it just been let go, or maybe a tech glitch? Was just curious.
Thanks.

PacEth: Anthropology, Design, Value, Enterprise said...

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