William Ruckelshaus was widely known for his role in national politics and environmental regulation. But the namesake of UW’s Ruckelshaus Institute also left an indelible mark on the state of Wyoming.
From coal-plant workers to conservation heroes and wild-eyed broncos, WyoFile captured the state’s 2019 stories in images.
Casper high school student Larissa Benson won first place in the “Wyoming Waters” category of The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming’s student photo contest with this image of the North Platte River.
70-day journey down the Green and Colorado rivers focused on science, art and solutions to water management crisis.
On the National Elk Refuge, a spring creek offers anglers one of the best fly-fishing opportunities — and challenges — in the West.