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Wyoming Governor Joins Others in Calling for Energy Independence
Wyoming Governor Joins Others in Calling for Energy Independence
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has joined 25 Republican governors in calling on President Biden today to restore America’s energy independence amidst the crisis In Ukraine. They stated the following: “As governors, we call on President Biden to reverse his policies and restore America’s energy independence for our citizens as well as our allies abroad. By removing his ...
Univ. of Wyoming Offering Grants for Sponsored Nuclear Research
Univ. of Wyoming Offering Grants for Sponsored Nuclear Research
The Nuclear Energy Research Center (NERC) in the University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources (SER) is seeking proposals from UW faculty members currently receiving or pursuing sponsored research for nuclear-related projects. Physical and social science proposals are encouraged for two mini-grant opportunities related to faculty research, with the purpose to provide summer salary to faculty
Studies Continue on Big Horn Sheep in the Laramie Region
Studies Continue on Big Horn Sheep in the Laramie Region
Throughout the month of February, the Laramie Region wildlife personnel fitted GPS collars on more than two dozen bighorn sheep ewes in the Laramie Peak and Douglas Creek.   Collared bighorn sheep in the Laramie Peak herd is part of an ongoing disease surveillance study that hopes to identify respiratory pathogens that are known to affect bighorn sheep. Data ...
Wyoming Super Tag Raffle Raises Over a Million for Conservation
Wyoming Super Tag Raffle Raises Over a Million for Conservation
The Wyoming Super Tag raffle raised $1.6 million for conservation in 2022. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s program saw another record-breaking round of ticket sales. Created by Gov. Matt Mead and the Wyoming Legislature in 2013, the Super Tag raffle provides hunters opportunities for hunting licenses and raises money for wildlife management in Wyoming. This year 124, ...

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