307 E. 2nd St.
Among the special places on Wyoming’s public lands are the Ferris Mountains of northern Carbon County. With abundant, varied wildlife; streams that provide vital water to the high plains; and a long, colorful history of limited human occupation, the Ferris Range offers primitive camping and hiking in an environment that is characterized by its potential for solitude. Join us for a free presentation titled “Public Lands Heritage: The Ferris Mountains” on Thursday, March 28 at 7 p.m. Reid Miller from the Bureau of Land Management’s National Historic Trails Interpretive Center will be present to provide answers to your questions, and everyone is welcome. Call 577-7323 for more information.