• Completed traveling exhibit on Wyoming Carnegie libraries with funding from Wyoming Humanities Council. Exhibit has so far toured to Laramie, Rock Springs, Evanston, Lusk, Newcastle, Lander, and Cody with public presentations at each site. It was also displayed at the Preserve Wyoming Conference in Rock Springs and the Wyoming Business Alliance Conference in Cheyenne.

  • Provided comments on Grand Teton National Park Historic Resources Management Plan, including gathering 180 signatures on a petition to save Sky Ranch, a National Register-eligible vacation property built in 1952.

  • In partnership with Sheridan College, held a hands-on workshop on repair and maintenance of historic log buildings for 40 participants at Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus in the Bighorn Mountains west of Sheridan. Log expert Harrison Goodall was the workshop leader. We also held a ceremony to mark the listing of the property on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Intern Rine Kasckow establishes Diversity Initiative

  • Organized primarily by intern Rine Kasckow, AHW held an Unbarred tour of F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, specifically celebrating the history of Buffalo Soldiers and African Americans in the military.

  • Successfully nominated Dean Morgan Junior High School in Casper to the National Register of Historic Places, and held a “This Place Matters” event at the school to celebrate the listing.

  • AHW staff presents to city planners from around the state at the Wyoming Planning Association conference about the importance of balancing preservation with development.

  • AHW staff presents to local school children in Laramie about the importance of place and encouraged kids to think about why they love their school building.