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Wyoming Wildlife Taskforce “Listening Sessions”

The saga of the Wyoming Wildlife Taskforce continues and they are still open to public input and comments. It is the job of any taskforce to brainstorm ideas and present them for discussion and scrutiny, that can be a tough job. If you’d like the chance to participate in the process there are four meetings and six “Listening Sessions” remaining. 

Listening Sessions are opportunities for Taskforce members to listen to the public’s input about their “charge”. In other words it’s YOUR opportunity to voice concerns, air ideas and participate in the process. Please remember that this is civil discourse, the key word being “civil”, meaning it’s both civic responsibility and to be civil in our participation. 

One more thing… if you don’t participate and you have the opportunity to, you don’t get to whine later with things you don’t agree with. 

Listening Session Schedule

June 29th – Holiday Inn Rock Springs at 6pm. See flyer for the event.
July 6th – Laramie County Community College, Center for Conferences and Institutes (Room 130) at 12pm. See flyer for the event.
July 13th – Heart Mountain Hall, Park County Fairgrounds at 6pm. See flyer for the event.
July 13th – Sublette County Library in Pinedale at 7pm. See flyer for the event.
July 29th – Campbell County Public Library, Wyoming Room in Gillette at 6pm. See flyer for the event.
August 16th – Afton civic Center in Afton at 6pm. See flyer for the event.
August 19th – Meeteetse School Cafeteria in Meeteetse at 6pm (refreshments served at 5:30). See flyer for the event.
Dec. 2 – 5:30 p.m. Casper Hilton Garden Inn in Casper,  Magnolia Room. See the flyer for the event.

 

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