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Proposed UW Degree Would Focus on Natural Resources Recreation, Tourism

The University of Wyoming students may soon be able to obtain a degree in natural resources recreation and tourism.

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UW Hires Coordinator for Future Tourism, Natural Resources Recreation Degree

McCoy says the proposed degree program will be a business focused take on tourism and recreation, in order to foster a highly-educated workforce that will develop new businesses or grow existing businesses in Wyoming.

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Report: Outdoor Recreation Means $5.6B for Wyoming Economy

The study shows how recreation is growing since Wyoming's energy sector has been in decline.

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UW Considers Offering a Tourism and Recreation Degree

The university already offers programs to help feed other industries in Wyoming, from education to energy.

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Beavers in Laramie’s LaPrele Park to be Trapped, Relocated

Feezer emphasizes that there are no plans to euthanize or harm the beavers.

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Snowy Range Lakes Stocked With Trout via Helicopter

Stocking is important in these lakes, since they lack suitable spawning habitat to sustain a fish population by natural reproduction.

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Future of Pole Mountain Trails to be Discussed at Laramie Meetings

Steve Smutko of the UW Ruckelshaus Institute says given the Forest Service's budget situation, the meeting will likely result in community members forming partnerships to maintain trails in coordination with the Forest Service.

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Tie City Campground Reopens East of Laramie

Forest Road 707A also reopened in the last couple weeks. Repairs had to be made after a beaver dam burst, washing out the road and leaving it impassable.

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Construction of Laramie’s Newest Park Begins

Future phases of construction will bring a playground for 5- to 12-year-old children, natural play equipment and a rural walking path.

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Youth Activities-Ask the City

A resident asks about summer youth activities in Laramie.

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