2015 Chuck and Chip Golf
The 5th annual Cowboy Chuck and Chip
Golf Tournament was held August 11 in Douglas. Congratulations
to our top four teams and a big Thank you to our sponsors that
continue to support the tournament.
1st Place Team - Kim Mischke, Dave Hatten, Clint Bromley, Jarred Nix
2nd Place Team - Nick Siddle, Ty Berry, Craig Spatz, Joe Allen
3rd Place Team - South Goshen Conservation District
Don Zimmerer, Rusty Schwartz, Boyd Yeik, Karri Ellis
4th Place Team - Jonah Bank
Dusty Porter, Dominic Madia, Larry Lavin, Justin Binfit
Living Legacy Program
2013 Tree Location Guide or click
here to download the pdf
2014 Living Legacy Program Map
In 2006 the Wyoming Board of Agriculture created the Living Legacy
Program. The 100+ year old cottonwood trees at Wyoming State
Fair Park were being removed to their age. The trees were
unsafe, and unsightly. The Board felt they could replace those
trees with new healthy ones so they initiated a program where people
could donate trees.
Due to overwhelming interest, the program has been expanded to
include installation of beautiful tree guards to provide added
protection to the new trees and beautify the State Fair Park.
The Board of Agriculture has partnered with the Wyoming Natural
Resource Foundation to enhance the program.
We would like to thank the 2015 donors: Bob & Peg Taylor, Rita
Russell, Wyoming Livestock Roundup, Millie Sparks, the Janet Martin
Family, Bernie and Sally Seebaum and family, IGO Oil Field Services,
Hardy Ranch, LLC, the family of Orville and BErtha McIntosh,
Converse County Conservation District, family of Joe Rankin, family
of Lee and Edna Moore, and Betty Fear. For more information on how to become a donor,
please contact the WNRF at 307-632-5716 or
Additional information on donations for the 2016 season should be
available after the first of the year.
Legacy Program donors were recognized at the dedication ceremony
held during the Wyoming State Fair on August 14.
2013 WNRF Annual Report