LCF C4C Spotlights: Wyoming Wildlife Federation, The Museum of the American West

Lander Community Foundation’s 10-for-10 Celebration is presented by Wyoming Community Bank – Your Hometown Bank with Hometown Pride.

The Week of JULY 25 – August 1 for LCF’s 10-for-10: CELEBRATING 10 YEARS of LANDER’S CHALLENGE FOR CHARITIES

WYOMING WILDLIFE FEDERATION

The Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF) works to conserve Wyoming’s wildlife, habitat, and outdoor opportunities. WWF will be offering two events in honor of LCF’s 10-for-10: Celebrating 10 Years of Lander’s Challenge for Charities.

Event #1: Online Trivia Night

Wyoming Virtual Trivia Night! This will be a Legislative Survival Guide and Online Advocacy Trivia hosted by Wyoming Wildlife Federation on July 29th at 6:00 pm. This event will be online.

Whether you suit up in waders, camo, or a blazer and tie, join WWF and Trout Unlimited and get equipped to make a difference on conservation issues you care about. Have fun testing your knowledge with friends on legislative slang, Wyoming State history, and policies that affect wildlife and wild places. Walk away with mad skills to dive into the trenches of the decision making processes that alter the outdoors and recreational opportunities you want to defend. The winning team will be decked out in WWF swag, including hats and t-shirts.

You can join on Zoom:https://zoom.us/j/98309601870pwd=d3BYK3RQZHcxUnZtT0dJRisyYmZGdz09

Event #2: Fence Pull

The second event will be a fence pull and habitat improvement project on July 25th at 9:00 am.

We hope you join us! Meet at the base of FS road 532, 17 miles west of Dubois. Bring your gloves and fencing pliers (if you have them) for a day of removing down and unused fences that prevent elk and other wildlife from moving across the landscape. Lunch, water, and snacks provided. If you are interested, please RSVP to Sam Lockwood slockwood@wyomingwildlife.org.


THE MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN WEST

h/t LCF

The Museum of the American West offers quality cultural and educational experiences and provides an outdoor performance arena, a historical pioneer village with exhibits, and supports cultural events, and performances hosted in the village livery stable.

The event the museum is proud to host for the Lander Community Foundation’s 10-for-10 celebration is an Indian Dance performance by the Eagle Spirit Dancers. The event will take place at the museum’s outdoor arena at 1445 Main Street, Lander on July 29th at 7:00 P.M. Admission is free.

Your donation to the nonprofits through LCF’s Challenge for Charities will continue to help these programs thrive in our community. Donate now through September 15 and your donation will be matched! Donate on the LCF website here.

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Lander Community Foundation’s 10-for-10 Celebration is presented by Wyoming Community Bank – Your Hometown Bank with Hometown Pride.

The Week of JULY 25 – August 1 for LCF’s 10-for-10: CELEBRATING 10 YEARS of LANDER’S CHALLENGE FOR CHARITIES

WYOMING WILDLIFE FEDERATION

The Wyoming Wildlife Federation (WWF) works to conserve Wyoming’s wildlife, habitat, and outdoor opportunities. WWF will be offering two events in honor of LCF’s 10-for-10: Celebrating 10 Years of Lander’s Challenge for Charities.

Event #1: Online Trivia Night

Wyoming Virtual Trivia Night! This will be a Legislative Survival Guide and Online Advocacy Trivia hosted by Wyoming Wildlife Federation on July 29th at 6:00 pm. This event will be online.

Whether you suit up in waders, camo, or a blazer and tie, join WWF and Trout Unlimited and get equipped to make a difference on conservation issues you care about. Have fun testing your knowledge with friends on legislative slang, Wyoming State history, and policies that affect wildlife and wild places. Walk away with mad skills to dive into the trenches of the decision making processes that alter the outdoors and recreational opportunities you want to defend. The winning team will be decked out in WWF swag, including hats and t-shirts.

You can join on Zoom:https://zoom.us/j/98309601870pwd=d3BYK3RQZHcxUnZtT0dJRisyYmZGdz09

Event #2: Fence Pull

The second event will be a fence pull and habitat improvement project on July 25th at 9:00 am.

We hope you join us! Meet at the base of FS road 532, 17 miles west of Dubois. Bring your gloves and fencing pliers (if you have them) for a day of removing down and unused fences that prevent elk and other wildlife from moving across the landscape. Lunch, water, and snacks provided. If you are interested, please RSVP to Sam Lockwood slockwood@wyomingwildlife.org.


THE MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN WEST

h/t LCF

The Museum of the American West offers quality cultural and educational experiences and provides an outdoor performance arena, a historical pioneer village with exhibits, and supports cultural events, and performances hosted in the village livery stable.

The event the museum is proud to host for the Lander Community Foundation’s 10-for-10 celebration is an Indian Dance performance by the Eagle Spirit Dancers. The event will take place at the museum’s outdoor arena at 1445 Main Street, Lander on July 29th at 7:00 P.M. Admission is free.

Your donation to the nonprofits through LCF’s Challenge for Charities will continue to help these programs thrive in our community. Donate now through September 15 and your donation will be matched! Donate on the LCF website here.