Outdoors organizations aren’t ready to give up, even as families stay sequestered indoors.
On my 10th day of living in Wyoming, I found myself on a snowy chairlift at Antelope Butte, skiing for the first time in more than 15 years.
In early March, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, along with several partners, began a three-year study of mule deer in the northern Bighorn Mountains.
If you’re like me, “social distancing” is a term you likely hadn’t heard prior to a few days ago. However, as the coronavirus pandemic spreads to every community across the globe, we’ll likely learn new terms as the unprecedented becomes routine.
With public events canceled, gatherings prohibited, grocery stores bare and handshakes the new taboo, some fresh news from Landon’s Greenhouse, Nursery and Landscaping: “Gardens aren’t closed. Spring is not canceled,” Jessica Bohnsack said.
With warm days occurring in Sheridan, the Bighorn Mountains call out for adventures.
As a girl, I was obsessed with wrist watches.
Sheridan County Conservation District employees and board members held a series of annual public meetings last month in the Prairie Dog, Goose Creek and Tongue River watersheds to update public officials, residents and landowners about water quality improvement activities in each watershed.
Here in Sheridan, this time of year is the most difficult for us gardeners.
As some of you have read, the Sheridan Recreation District has been exploring ways to diversify our revenue stream in an effort to make improvements to the facilities we manage.
Winter in the Bighorn National Forest can bring magical backcountry landscapes coated in sparkling white and the amazing recreational opportunities that only snow can provide.
It’s my entry in the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run 32-miler, and there has not been one day it has not crossed my mind since I signed up in early January.
Have you ever tried to learn something new and quit after the first day because it was so frustrating to fail?
Among all the things we take for granted, the soil beneath our feet might be near the top of the list.
The last time a person died from an avalanche in the Bighorn Mountains was in 2016. According to a report published by the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center, a 39-year-old snowmobiler died in the area near Hunt Mountain Road Feb. 19, 2016.
In a few weeks, black bears will begin emerging from their dens
January can be a very tough time for the dedicated gardener.
“Nearly half of all Americans didn’t go outside last year” read the headline.
Over the years, I’ve half-heartedly made attempts at keeping diaries of various trips, but I have never compiled or really even kept hold of them.
Bighorn National Forest, Tongue Ranger District officials are seeking comments on the Tie Flume Vegetation Management Project draft environmental assessment.
There are 130-odd days left until the first day of summer, but instead of letting doldrums set in, why not plan a weekend away?
An Indiana man who illegally rappelled into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone this month before being pulled out by rescuers says he was searching for hidden treasure.
For many living at the base of the Bighorn Mountains, winter means strapping on cross-country skis or snowshoes and heading out for a serene adventure in a land hushed by snow.
I have been fortunate to have an excellent start to the new year.
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