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Do you love beautiful wildlife art? Want to build safer roadways for wildlife and drivers?

Artists, Jenny Reeves-Johnson and Noelle Weimann do, too. That is why they have teamed up with Pete MacIlwaine at Cowboy Coffee Co. in Jackson, WY to launch Share The Road, a wildlife art exhibit to benefit and raise awareness to safer wildlife crossings.

Jenny and Noelle share an art studio in Lander, WY where they are inspired by the natural world around them. Though different in style and generations, they share the same passion for making a difference. Twenty-percent (20%) of all sales from their art sold during the Share The Road exhibit at Cowboy Coffee will go to Wyoming Wildlife Federation’s work on balancing our human impact. That work includes funding wildlife overpasses, like Trappers Point near Pinedale, or replacing fencing on the highway near Farson so pronghorn can move freely along their ancient migratory routes.

For the month of December, visit Cowboy Coffee Co. at 125 N Cache St., Jackson, Wyoming. Enjoy a nice warm cup-of-joe and view Jenny and Noelle’s art hanging on the walls. If you would like to purchase a piece, simply ask the folks at the front desk and they will handle the transaction before taking your art off of the wall for you.

Then, you can enjoy their exquisite art pieces while knowing you gave to a great cause, both for improved wildlife populations, and safer roadways for us, too!

The Share the Road Art Show Has Ended. These artists raised $1325 through their donations.