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Bighorn National Forest Historical Collection
Join Sheridan Community Land Trust for Explore History: Bighorn National Forest Historical Collection, held April 11, 2023.
The Bighorn National Forest Historical Collection contains documents and photographs which provide insight into how the Bighorn National Forest has been used and managed over the decades. In the fall of 2020, The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum initially received over 40 boxes of archival material. The collection is currently being documented and stored for the ease of access and research. Sylvia Bruner, Director of the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum and Craig Cope, Retired Bighorn National Forest Wilderness Manager presentation will include timber sales, recreation, road development, wilderness preservation, grazing management and more related to the Bighorn National forest. This Explore History program offers open conversation for community members to share their memories or historical information about these sites and events. The Explore History program is generously funded by the Next50 Initiative
Thank You To Our Partners Who Have Helped Fund Our History Program
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Sheridan Community Land Trust preserves our open spaces, healthy rivers and creeks, working ranches, wildlife habitat, and vibrant history, while expanding recreation opportunities to connect people with the places they love.