(Fremont County, WY) – Wind River Grow Our Own 307 just reached the halfway mark in completing a total of six geodesic dome greenhouses around the County.
Domes are now completed at the Eastern Shoshone Recovery Program, St. Stephens School, and Clint Wagon’s residence. Their uses range from growing food and traditional medicines to growing a community pumpkin patch and drying meats in the winter.
Grown Our Own has plans to build the last three at the Early Intervention Program, Wyoming Indian Middle School, and the Northern Arapaho Tribal Historic Preservation Office.
Each dome costs around $5,000 to make which is covered by a $30,000 Dream Offering Grant. Click here to read our earlier post about the domes.
Learn more about Wind River Grow Our Own 307 here.