This episode is our first episode as part of the up-and-coming 10cast network, and is brought to you by Mick Pryor, Edward Jones Financial Advisor

In this episode of Rediscover the Winds, we explore wildfire season. We talk about the Great Yellowstone Fire of 1988. We visit with Karl Braunies who spent his career with the U.S. Forest Service managing fire on public lands, and then we talk to Johanna Thompson of the Dubois Museum, who has been up-close and personal with a few of the region’s significant fires.

Our full interviews with Karl and Johanna will be released as bonus episodes in the coming weeks.

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Bailey Tire and Auto Service and Pit Stop Travel CentersChildren’s Exploration Series

24 August, 2019 – 1-3 PMPioneer Museum in Lander

Children’s Ledger ArtLearn the history of ledger art and create your own pages at this Children’s Exploration Program on August 24th from 1-3 at the Pioneer Museum in Lander. $4.00 per person and advanced registration is required as space is limited. Call the Pioneer Museum to reserve your spot.


Wyoming Community BankDiscovery Speaker Series

7 September, 2019, 7:00 PMPioneer Museum in Lander

Historic WagonsThe Pioneer Museum will host Al Sammons, wagon re-builder, for this Wyoming Community Bank Discovery Speakers Series program on September 7th at 7pm. Mr. Sammons will walk and talk about the history of the wagon with close examinations of the wagons in the Pioneer Museums collections.


Wind River Visitor’s CouncilAdventure Trek Series

17 August, 2019, 1:00 PMPioneer Museum in LanderHistoric Ed Young Apple Farm

This Trek explores one of the largest and oldest orchards in the valley. Ed Young got Lander designated as the “Apple City” and is one of the true pioneers in the Lander Valley. Participants will meet at the Pioneer Museum and take a bus to the ranch. $8.00 per person and advanced registration required as space is limited. Call the Pioneer Museum to reserve your spot.——————-

20 August, 2019, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMDubois MuseumAnnual Mystery Sheep Trap Trek

The Dubois Museum and the National Bighorn Sheep Center will bring visitors on an educational hike to one of the many area sheep trap. Participants will learn about the Mountain Shoshone, who built and used these traps as well as why the traps worked and other key facts about bighorn sheep. Steep climbs and gorgeous scenery guaranteed! $8.00 per person and advanced registration is required as spots are limited. Call the Dubois Museum to reserve your spot.

24 August, 2019, 9:00 AMRiverton MuseumDowntown Riverton Historic Tour

The Riverton Museum will host this trek on August 24th from 9am-noon to explore historic downtown Riverton and its buildings. This trek will meet at the Riverton Museum at 9am. Call the Riverton Museum to reserve your spot.


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