Unplug for October: Shovels and Spades!

Shovels and Spades on Red Grade Trails was the best! Steve Dudley, a local naturalist, led this event. He showed us the SCLT tool trailer and then gave us a briefing on some native and non-native plants along the trail. Then we grabbed some tools and head out on the trails to prep the grade for winter. We snipped branches …

Unplug for September: Mud, Bugs, and Fish!

We had so much fun in the sun at the Scott Bicentennial Park in Dayton for our September Unplug event. We love holding our events all across Sheridan County to encourage different audiences to join! This was our only after school event, held at 4:30pm on a Wednesday. Bud Stewart brought the Wyoming Game and Fish’s stream trailer and taught …

Unplug for July: Banding Cliff Swallows

Saturday, July 9th: Welch Ranch was a lot of fun! While the adults had the nets up on the bridge trying to catch the sparrows, the kids took part in a number of activities. They made bracelets, a nest big enough for all of them to fit into, and got to measure their own “wingspans” with the banner from Jaclyn …

Unplug for June: Picnic on the Pathway

Sunday, June 26: Thank you to all of the kids and adults who biked, walked, or scooted to Washington Park to join us for sandwiches and refreshments on Sunday. It was perfect weather to enjoy all that Sheridan Pathways has to offer and to have a picnic in the park! This was a zero waste event, which means that all …

Unplug for May: Spring has Sprung!

Sunday, May 22: We had so much fun hanging out on Red Grade Trails this afternoon enjoying the beautiful weather and sun-showers! Sarah Mentock of Science Kids set up a science-based scavenger hunt where kids and their families were challenged to use all five of their senses while enjoying the first two miles of Red Grade Trails. The flowers were …