Tales from Summit to Sage: Josh “Yoshi” Masek


There I Was… “What the heck am I doing?” I asked myself aloud, not for the first or last time that day. My cold, winter-cracked fingers bled as I attempted to tie the size 18 Pink Reece’s Fusion nymph to my tippet, turning the pink ostrich herl a dark shade of crimson. Earlier today, as I sipped my morning coffee…

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Lander Art and Ecology Virtual Exhibition

Class Outside Student Taking Photo

Kids in Lander created the following exhibition as part of a week-long arts and ecology camp. The kids visited riparian (river), forest, and sagebrush ecosystems and created art inspired by their experiences and by how the history of art, ecology, and conservation are connected. Did you know that the painter Moran played a key role in the creation of Yellowstone?…

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Class Outside

Children who have positive outdoor experiences are much more likely to become adults who fish, hunt, and care for the natural world. Wyoming Wildlife Federation’s Class Outside program seeks to engage our next generation in learning that is place and experience-based, right here in our backyard. It can be difficult for Wyoming schools to get materials that are local and…

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