CTF Newsletter – September 21st, 2015

Wyoming is a state with tremendous and varied geologic resources. These same resources have also contributed to our cultural identify, dating back to the days of early human occupation. Rock formations served as canvases for spiritual art, landforms served as markers for migrations out West, and minerals have led to the establishment of historic mining towns. A new program funded by the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund allows users to see and virtually explore the nexus between geological phenomena, landscape and cultural beginnings.