• AHW launched Historic Landscapes Initiative to promote creative and innovative mitigation ideas to address impacts of mega-energy projects on historic landscapes.

  • Launched More Than Mortar: Wyoming’s Historic School Buildings to honor the legacy of Wyoming’s historic schools and encourage their preservation and continued use. Worked with the School Facilities Commission; provided targeted assistance to about a dozen threatened historic schools in the state; collected case studies of successful school preservation and re-purposing; and developed a toolkit to help community members preserve their school buildings.

  • Historic Architecture Assistance Fund program, funded by a Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund grant, allows AHW to provide architectural services for local preservation projects in cities, towns and rural areas.

  • UNBARRED events held at POW Officer’s Club, Douglas, and Carbon.

  • AHW presents new concepts for landscape preservation at Preserve Wyoming conference in Pinedale.

  • New website design launched.

  • Carly-Ann Anderson hired on as Preservation Specialist.