The Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources Commission will meet February 22-23, at the Barrett Building, 2301 Central Ave. in Cheyenne.





The meeting convenes at noon on February 22, and includes a departmental update and legislative report, and an update on the new state park reservation system. A report on the Land and Water Conservation Fund will also be heard.

The February 23, portion of the meeting begins at 9:15 a.m. and includes various Division of Cultural Resources updates. A discussion on the State Museum building project will also be heard. The meeting will conclude with a farewell to Dr. Dudley Gardner, who leaves the commission after 20 years of service.

The Wyoming State Parks & Cultural Resources Commission has advisory responsibility for the agency which involves the planning, acquisition, development, and management of all State Parks, the State Trails Program, State Recreation Areas, State Historic Sites and Archaeology sites, and the Outdoor Recreation Office. The Commission also advises the Wyoming State Museum, Wyoming Arts Council, the official State Records Center and Archives, the Office of the State Archaeologist, historical research activities, the State Historic Preservation Office, and the Cultural Trust Fund.

Members of the Commission are President Robert Tyrrell, DDS, Star Valley Ranch; Vice-President Sue Peters, Riverton; Julie Greer, Sheridan; Dudley Gardner, Ph.D., Rock Springs; Barbara Anne Greene, Basin; Leslie Stewart, Lusk; Ken McCann, Cheyenne; Angela Emery, Casper; and David Bassett, Evanston. 

For more information please contact Tatum Soto at 307-777-7496 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..