31 2024, 05

Help Wildlife at Two Volunteer Events this June

2024-05-31T09:28:55-06:00May 31st, 2024|Conservation, Fencing, Recent News, Volunteering|

Volunteer Day: Wet Meadow Restoration at Sixmile Creek Wet meadows are critical homes for many well-known gamebirds like grouse, pheasants, and chukars, as well as less well-known birds like Long-billed curlews and Short-eared owls. At this volunteer day, you will [...]

19 2024, 04

Make your next outdoor adventure more enjoyable by following rules and etiquette on your community trails

2024-04-19T16:25:49-06:00April 19th, 2024|Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

As spring fully blooms, SCLT would like to remind visitors to local trails of rules and practices that help everyone enjoy our beautiful Bighorns backyard safely and conflict-free. The Soldier Ridge Trail System crosses over private property with active ranching [...]

1 2024, 04

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

2024-04-19T16:27:23-06:00April 1st, 2024|Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

Update 4/19: ATTENTION: The Kicking Eagle Link Connector is closed Double Eagle Trail remains open. You cannot use the connector between Double Eagle and The Link. We will repair and reopen the section once the ground dries. Please observe the [...]

27 2024, 03

Fly Fishing Film Tour sells out the WYO Theater, raises $8,500 for Sheridan Community Land Trust

2024-03-27T11:45:13-06:00March 27th, 2024|Community, Recent News|

Like a school of spawning trout, outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds swam fin to fin into Sheridan’s WYO Theater in early February for the Fly Fishing Film Tour. This year, attendees filled the theater’s redds, scooping up a record-setting 479 [...]

6 2024, 03

SCLT Conservation Revolving Fund can help families cover upfront costs of conserving their land

2024-03-06T16:38:08-07:00March 6th, 2024|Conservation, Recent News|

Families in Sheridan County can now find it a little easier to conserve their land thanks to Sheridan Community Land Trust’s new Conservation Revolving Fund, which can cover the upfront costs associated with a conservation easement. “Usually, a donation to [...]

2 2024, 01

Fly Fishing Film Tour swims into the WYO Theater on February 3; proceeds will benefit SCLT

2024-01-25T09:08:16-07:00January 2nd, 2024|Events, Recent News|

The 2024 iteration of the Fly Fishing Film Tour will swim into the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan on Saturday, February 3, courtesy of Fly Shop of the Bighorns. Attendees will enjoy a fintastic evening featuring fishing films, fun, [...]

20 2023, 10

Double Eagle Trail offers outdoor opportunities that are more than par for the course

2023-10-20T16:46:06-06:00October 20th, 2023|Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

A hiking and biking trail may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about a golf course, but Double Eagle Trail, the newest community trail built and maintained by Sheridan Community Land Trust, creates a [...]

1 2023, 10

Stopping erosion & healing land by ‘letting water do the work’

2023-12-18T12:46:44-07:00October 1st, 2023|Conservation, Recent News, Recreation, Trails, Water|

Good soil takes hundreds of thousands of years to build. And in a matter of minutes, it can all be washed away. This is especially true in Sheridan County where much of our soil easily erodes. Thankfully, there’s a solution [...]

22 2023, 09

As SCLT’s Operations Manager, Beth Lawrence is eager to help connect people to land and history in her ‘chosen home’

2023-09-22T09:41:37-06:00September 22nd, 2023|Recent News|

Community connections and shared values have always been important for Beth Lawrence. Recently, Beth joined Sheridan Community Land Trust as its Operations Manager. It’s a role she believes will allow her to forge deeper connections with kind people who care [...]

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