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Alliance for Historic Wyoming is hosting an ‘Unbarred’ event this Saturday

By Julia Stuble
Julia Stuble

Looking to explore some of Wyoming’s lesser-known treasures this summer?

You might want to include Castle Gardens, a Fremont County site renowned for a variety of rock art and unique geologic features.

Our friends at the Alliance for Historic Wyoming are hosting an “Unbarred” event at Castle Gardens this Saturday, June 22.

ForĀ  information on the event, including details and driving directions, click here.

Bureau of Land Management archaeologist Craig Bromley will discuss history and narratives of the site, as well as interpret the rock art and outline current preservation efforts for the area.

In the BLM’s soon-to-be approved long-term land-use plan for the Lander area, Castle Gardens has received solid protections for its cultural values, a section of the plan the Wyoming Outdoor Council has been closely monitoring.

Consider joining the Alliance for Historic Wyoming this weekend and learn about this special place and other preservation efforts statewide.

And for more summer tours to several Wyoming gems, please stay tuned: the Wyoming Outdoor Council will be leading two great Red Desert exhibitions in August and September. We’ll be sending out details soon.

West Edge