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It’s Spring Pruning Time in Jackson Hole

Knowing when to prune is just as important as knowing how…

Birds That Brave the Wyoming Winter

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Wyoming Winter Doesn’t Daunt These Fearless Feathered Friends Did you know that about 84 different species of birds can be found overwintering in Wyoming? Even more amazing, 13 of those species choose to be here just for the winter! Those are the birds that typically hail from the arctic tundra. So for them, the Wyoming […]

Caring for Your Spring Bloomers

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Many a Wyoming gardener is familiar with the challenges of growing and maintaining a …

Pollinators: Where Would We Be(e) Without Them?

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Pollinator habitats are increasingly in jeopardy…but you can help!

Test Your Knowledge of Devils Tower National Monument

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Think you know all there is to know about Wyoming’s most recognizable landmark? Maybe not.

How Much Do You Really Know About Jackson Hole?

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How much do you really know about your hometown?

Winter Camping Survival Guide

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Winter camping in snowy Wyoming offers exquisite scenery, profound silence and a memorable wilderness experience — but it’s not for the faint of heart.

Avalanche Awareness and Safety

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2016 was the deadliest year in more than a decade for Wyoming avalanches. Six people lost their lives that year. That was more than …

Recycle That Christmas Tree!

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Natural Christmas trees are completely biodegradable, and can be easily recycled for …

“O Christmas Tree”… Cutting Your Own

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If you’re up for a little adventure this Christmas season, why not cut your own tree from the local forest?

Attracting Birds to Your Fall Garden

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Every year billions of birds, representing nearly 300 species, migrate between North America and tropical regions to the south. It may well be the riskiest activity …

Flower Power: Orange You Glad?

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Orange is one of autumn’s most prolific colors. Even in Wyoming (where the landscape is snowy white or prairie brown …

Rain Gardens for Dry Climates

Did you know that, in semi-arid climates like Wyoming, rain gardens play an important role in water conservation? Why not consider building one on your property?

Are You Ready for Mud Season?

Mud season presents a special challenge not only for hikers, but also for the folks who maintain the trails. If you enjoy hiking in the spring, it’s important to know …

Got Cabin Fever? Try Yellowstone in Winter!

Got cabin fever? Get out and explore one of the world’s most spectacular places, right outside your door. Yellowstone in winter offers the perfect …