18 2022, 11

Documenting history along the Black Diamond Trail, one grave at a time

2022-11-18T09:21:57-07:00November 18th, 2022|Historic Preservation, Recent News, Volunteering|

There’s a certain magic in May as the foothills begin to green. Life springs renewed as verdant leaves emerge from their seasonal, sepia-toned slumber. It’s a necessary reminder that our land is as vital as it is vivacious. As a [...]

18 2022, 11

After 45 years of life getting in the way, Beaudelaire backpacks the Bighorns by training on SCLT trails

2022-11-18T09:19:59-07:00November 18th, 2022|Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

“Life got in the way,” Suzanne Beaudelaire mused when ask why she hadn’t backpacked in the 45 years that had passed since she was a teen exploring the Angeles National Forest with her fellow Alta Sierra Girl Scouts north of [...]

18 2022, 11

For volunteers, there’s something for everyone

2022-11-18T09:18:16-07:00November 18th, 2022|Community, Community Initiatives, Conservation, Event, Historic Preservation, Recent News, Recreation, Trails, Volunteering, Water|

Since our inception, SCLT wouldn’t be able to serve our community if our community didn’t serve alongside us. While trails may be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about volunteering with SCLT, as SCLT responds to [...]

18 2022, 11

Volunteers help wildlife move more easily thanks to successes of four friendly fencing projects

2022-11-18T09:13:52-07:00November 18th, 2022|Conservation, Recent News|

The summer sun was shining bright in the foothills along Pass Creek on a Saturday morning in late August as a group of volunteers worked to swiftly strip nearly three-quarters of a mile of barbed-fence off its posts. Just behind, [...]

12 2022, 10

Rocio Gosende-Washburn joins SCLT as operations manager

2022-10-12T16:40:58-06:00October 12th, 2022|Recent News|

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is excited to welcome Rocio Gosende-Washburn to the team as its operations manager. Rocio (pronounced ro-SEE-oh) comes to SCLT from a diverse background in more ways than one. Originally from Queens, N.Y., with a history [...]

12 2022, 10

Simple survey will help historic preservation efforts in Sheridan County, deadline October 21

2022-10-12T10:30:48-06:00October 12th, 2022|Community Initiatives, Historic Preservation, Historic Tours, Recent News, Volunteering|

Can you help Sheridan Community Land Trust create innovative ways to preserve and tell the stories of Sheridan County’s past today, so they aren’t forgotten tomorrow? You may have heard about the Historic Preservation Tools for Wyoming workshop SCLT hosted [...]

6 2022, 10

Celebrate our coal mining towns and the people who made them communities by driving the Black Diamond Trail on its 10th anniversary

2022-10-06T14:38:05-06:00October 6th, 2022|Community, Historic Preservation, Historic Tours, Recent News|

From the banks of the Powder River outside of Clearmont through the Badger Hills into the Littlehorn Canyon, past the Needle’s Eye and Fallen City up to where the first drops of water drip out of the mountain to begin [...]

5 2022, 10

SCLT releases first Sheridan County Water Supply Report

2022-10-05T12:56:04-06:00October 5th, 2022|Conservation, Recent News, Water|

The Sheridan Community Land Trust has released its first Sheridan County Water Supply Report. The report contains the latest information about water availability, streamflow, snowpack, drought, soil moisture, and water supply forecasts for the Tongue and Powder Rivers. “This report [...]

29 2022, 08

SCLT trails keep community ‘in bloom’ by connecting people to land and history

2022-08-29T17:00:16-06:00August 29th, 2022|Community, Events, Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails, Volunteering|

As the calendar turns too quickly to fall, it’s a good time to think about how trails have helped keep our community in bloom – even through (and especially during) the withering heat of summer. Whether it’s a morning ride [...]

18 2022, 07

Beat the heat in Mother Nature’s AC at Red Grade Trails

2022-07-18T17:02:39-06:00July 18th, 2022|Community, Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

Is it hot in here or is it just me? No, that’s not Lake DeSmet forming at my feet as I sweat buckets standing on the street this Rodeo Week! But with the temperature touching triple digits, I reckon I [...]

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