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Williams donates $10,000 to Wyoming Project WILD

Photo on left, left to right: Kristy Stoll (Williams), Lucy Diggins-Wold WY Project WILD and Brian Taylor (Williams) in Green River, Wyoming. Photo on right: Students at the White Mountain Library Summer Library Program playing Oh Deer from Project WILD.

Energy company Williams donated $10,000 to Wyoming Project Wild for conservation education.

“Williams is pleased to support Project Wild,” said Brian Taylor, Sr. Project Manager for Williams. “Wyoming is a beautiful place to live and work, and we’re proud to contribute to that with this gift.”

Project WILD is a national award-winning resource and environmental education curricula focusing on wildlife. The inquiry-based, interdisciplinary curriculum meets NGSS and STEM for science, social studies, and language arts, are cross-curricular, and adaptable for grades K-12.  Project WILD has been in the business of teaching students how to think and not what to think about their natural world since 1983!

The donation will provide funding for workshops, manuals and wildlife education outreach efforts in Wyoming for all ages; for formal classroom and nontraditional teachers. 

Click on this link for more information on Wyoming Project WILD and education programs provided by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. 

Educators instrested in attending a Project WILD workshop may call Wyoming Co-Coordinators 

Hazel Scharosch 307-377-0039

Lucy Diggins-Wold 307-870-8528

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