This month for Episode 26 we will be telling the story of agriculture in Fremont County. The struggle to tame Wyoming’s wild landscape for agriculture is a tale with many facets.
It involved crafty engineering, a lot of cursing, a lot of praying, and loads of pure human stubbornness. So check in with us this month when we tell you about the gardener who wrapped fruit trees in wool coats or how human stubbornness helped rerouted rivers and all the other ridiculously impressive techniques that went into shaping this county’s agricultural industry.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 procedures, all April events are being rescheduled or cancelled. We look forward to having these events again soon!