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 [...]

29 2023, 08

Explore History to tour historic Eatons’ Ranch

2023-08-29T11:44:26-06:00August 29th, 2023|Event, Events, Historic Preservation, Historic Tours, Recent News|

Join us for this very special tour of Wyoming’s original dude ranch. You’ll learn about the history of Eatons’ Ranch, tour the buildings, and experience its beautiful location along Wolf Creek. Sept. 12 • 10 am - 12 pm - [...]

28 2023, 08

‘I am either crazy or love this job’ – Fairbank returns from knee replacement to continue giving back to community he loves by maintaining trails

2023-08-28T13:05:12-06:00August 28th, 2023|Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

Glenn Fairbank has spent a lifetime following tracks. Born and raised in Sheridan, he quickly developed an affinity for the outdoors and the many tracks one can find exploring the Bighorns. A career with BNSF led him down railroad tracks [...]

8 2023, 08

Patience and Planning Leads to Conservation of Ranchester Family Ranch

2023-08-08T17:08:08-06:00August 8th, 2023|Conservation, Recent News|

When Brit William Langland first wrote “patience is a fair virtue” into a poem in the mid-1300s, it’s unlikely a patch of paradise an ocean and a continent away were on his mind. For many, the Tongue River Valley is [...]

18 2023, 07

From volunteer to ‘dream job,’ Kevin Knapp joins SCLT as History Program Manager

2023-07-18T16:04:42-06:00July 18th, 2023|Hiking, Historic Preservation, Historic Tours, Recent News|

When you wish upon a star… It may not be Disney, but for Kevin Knapp, the opportunity to join Sheridan Community Land Trust as its new History Program Manager was a little like a dream come true. “I’ve admired SCLT [...]

17 2023, 05

Rebecca Ash works to create ‘on-the-ground projects with real benefits” as SCLT’s Conservation Intern

2023-05-17T16:25:39-06:00May 17th, 2023|Conservation, Fencing, Recent News, Water|

Creating a sustainable, resilient range is at the top of the list for anyone involved with ranching and agriculture in the Mountain West. For the next six months, Rebecca Ash will be helping local families do exactly that as Sheridan [...]

10 2023, 05

‘Positive people’ and ‘community connections’ inspire Jared Koenig as SCLT’s Recreation Program Manager

2023-05-10T11:37:34-06:00May 10th, 2023|Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

When Jared Koenig came to his first trail volunteer day when Red Grade was little more than a few scratches on the mountain, he never imagined he’d be leading Sheridan Community Land Trust’s recreation program one day. Koenig was [...]

8 2023, 05

Help Sheridan County wildlife at two volunteer fence removal events

2023-05-17T16:25:23-06:00May 8th, 2023|Conservation, Events, Fencing, Recent News|

You can help wildlife in Sheridan County by joining Sheridan Community Land Trust by volunteering at a pair of fence removal events. The first opportunity is set for Wednesday, May 24, at Sheridan College. Volunteers are asked to meet at [...]

20 2023, 04

How you can help preserve & tell stories about Sheridan County’s history as SCLT seeks our next History Program Manager

2023-04-21T12:22:27-06:00April 20th, 2023|Recent News|

SCLT thanks Carrie Edinger for her help connecting people to land and history. Carrie joined SCLT in 2019 as an AmeriCorps VISTA. With creativity, enthusiasm and passion, Carrie was able to preserve and tell stories of Sheridan County’s past today, [...]

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