COME OUT AND MEET the Wyoming Outdoor Council staff, board, members, and friends at our annual picnic 5:30-7:30 p.m., Friday, September 17, at Washington Park in Casper.
The Outdoor Council will provide free picnic fare (including organic beef and veggie burgers) and beer, wine, water, and soda. Washington Park offers a nice picnic area, shelters, restrooms, and a playground. Dogs (on leashes) are welcome.
It’ll be a great opportunity to unwind and enjoy the casual company of members and friends of the Wyoming Outdoor Council; review our recent successes; discuss ongoing and upcoming challenges; and learn about wind energy development.
At 6 p.m. our executive director Laurie Milford will briefly review the state of the Wyoming Outdoor Council.
Then Sophie Osborn, our wildlife biologist and wind development expert, will lead a discussion on wind energy development and its implications for the Casper area and for Wyoming in general.
When: Friday, September 17, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: WASHINGTON PARK, in Casper, WY, at 1030 South McKinley Street. Click here for a map and get directions from your starting location.
We hope you will join us!
An RSVP by Wednesday, September 15, will help ensure that we provide adequate food and beverages.
Contact: Jamie Wolf, outreach coordinator, 307.721.7610, or firstname.lastname@example.org