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Heart Mountain Interpretive Center

Two separate grants from ThinkWY will help the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center continue its mission to ensure the camp and its history are never forgotten. The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation celebrates two grants awarded by ThinkWY, the Wyoming Humanities Council. Both an operating support and a programming grant were awarded as part of the American…

Park County historians are searching throughout the Bighorn Basin for barracks that once housed Japanese Americans – you may own or work in one without even knowing it. During World War II, over 14,000 Japanese Americans were incarcerated in the Heart Mountain Relocation Center during its three-year existence. It was, at the time, the third-largest…

The CARES Act helps a local and important piece of Wyoming history stay alive. The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in the amount of $92,852 dollars. This funding was made available thanks to the CARES Act passed through the U.S. Congress. The grants are intended…

Heart Mountain joins a rarified group of historic places during a national even tomorrow. The Heart Mountain Interpretative Center will be featured during “America’s Summer Roadtrip,” a live online broadcast created and hosted by The Pursuit of History – a non-profit organization that engages adults in conversation about history and connects them with historic sites…

Climate Crisis will be the topic of discussion this Saturday. Wyoming Rising is sponsoring a presentation and open discussion regarding Wyoming’s response to the climate crisis and steps our community can take to be more self-sustaining in the event of dangerous changes. Mary Keller, an Associate Lecturer and the University of Wyoming, will be presenting…


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