The premiere of the Wyoming Wilderness Association movie and discussion panel seeks to nurture a consensus for preservation of area in NW Wyoming and Idaho.
A house committee is evaluating a resolution that would amend the 1964 Wilderness Act to prohibit it from banning biking in wilderness.
Radio collar data is superimposed, time-lapsed, on maps to show how important wilderness and other lands are to Wyoming animals.
A survey from earlier this year found that “69 percent of Westerners are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports protections for some public lands.”
The art show is a way to share wilderness with those who haven’t, or can’t, venture into remote areas.