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1 2022, 04

Balancing art and science to make trails as good as they can be, Will Dutcher joins SCLT as Trails Program Manager

2022-04-01T08:26:39-06:00April 1st, 2022|Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

“Eighty percent of trail building can be done with a pick mattock, the rest can be done with a keen eye for detail.” To that we’d add a good bit of sweat and a strong back. Thankfully, Will Dutcher is [...]

29 2022, 03

Hidden Hoot Trail and Hoot Loop Trail closed to public beginning April 1

2022-03-29T08:52:12-06:00March 29th, 2022|Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

Sheridan Community Land Trust wishes to remind everyone that the Hidden Hoot Trail and Hoot Loop Trail will be closed to the public beginning April 1. This annual trail closure aims to ease stress on animals and people during calving [...]

24 2022, 03

Angling Destinations, Fly Shop of the Bighorns donate Fly Fishing Film Tour proceeds to Sheridan Community Land Trust

2022-07-18T15:18:08-06:00March 24th, 2022|Recent News, Water|

“If I was counting smiles, I would need 80 hands!” remarked Seth Carrel after a theater full of enthusiastic anglers. There will be even more smiles for people in Sheridan County, thanks to the kindness of anglers who, like the [...]

11 2022, 03

Provision Fund grant will help connect The Base to Bear Gulch at Red Grade Trails

2022-04-01T14:42:26-06:00March 11th, 2022|Community, Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

It’ll be easier for people to explore our Bighorns backyard thanks to a grant from Provision Fund that will help build and maintain Sheridan Community Land Trust’s Red Grade Trails. Provision Fund Stewards visited the SCLT office on March 4 [...]

1 2022, 03

Wide open spaces are good for the heart…and integral to Sheridan County’s identity

2022-03-01T08:27:55-07:00March 1st, 2022|Conservation, Recent News|

“Wide open spaces are good for the heart.” It’s a quote I saw tied to a social media ad schlepping some pair of boots I don’t need on a holiday I couldn’t care less about. The image was evocative. A [...]

23 2022, 02

SCLT earns national recognition as an accredited land trust

2022-02-23T08:45:42-07:00February 23rd, 2022|Conservation, Recent News|

Strong Commitment to Public Trust and Conservation Excellence One thing that unites us as a nation is land: Americans strongly support saving the open spaces they love. Since 2006, Sheridan Community Land Trust has been doing just that for the [...]

16 2022, 02

Fly Fishing Film Tour coming to WYO Theater Feb. 26, proceeds benefit SCLT

2022-07-18T15:43:11-06:00February 16th, 2022|Event, Events, Recent News, Water|

Buy your tickets today Help your local waters by coming to the Fly Fishing Film Tour at the WYO Theater on Saturday, February 26. Sponsored locally by Angling Destinations, Fly Shop of the Big Horns and Little Big Horn [...]

15 2022, 02

1772 Foundation grant will help SCLT offer more tools to preserve history in Sheridan County

2022-02-15T16:12:11-07:00February 15th, 2022|Community, Historic Preservation, Recent News|

The Sheridan Community Land Trust’s efforts to preserve places of historical importance will be bolstered thanks to a $20,000 grant from the 1772 Foundation. Carrie Edinger, SCLT Historical Program Manager, explained that the organization is working to preserve the places [...]

3 2022, 02

Cure your cabin fever with a time-honored tradition as Family Sled Day returns to the Kendrick Mansion

2022-02-03T14:02:31-07:00February 3rd, 2022|Community, Discovery Session, Event, Events, Recent News, Recreation|

Sledding is a time-honored tradition dating at least 800 years ago with the Kānaka Maoli, who, as reported by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, made use of wooden sleds to “surf” the lava slopes (called kahua hōlua) of their native Hawaiian Islands. [...]

18 2022, 01

SCLT Explore History program coming to Tongue River Valley Community Center

2022-01-18T11:52:39-07:00January 18th, 2022|Historic Preservation, Historic Tours, Recent News|

Sheridan Community Land Trust and the Tongue River Valley Community Center are excited to announce that the Explore History program will be coming to Dayton beginning in February. Explore History launched this fall as a monthly series featuring talks, tours [...]

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