Join us in protecting Wyoming's historic places and spaces!
The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is Wyoming's statewide historic preservation nonprofit. A 501(c)(3) organization, AHW is dedicated to protecting our historic and cultural resources in both the built and natural environments.
news and events
Join the Alliance for Historic Wyoming and the Weston County Public Library to celebrate Cowboy Carnegies: Wyoming's Historic Libraries. Built in 1911, Weston County Library is one of 16 Carnegie Libraries in Wyoming. Lecture at 1pm, Friday, July 22.
The Western History Center will be hosting a tour of the Paleo-Indian Red Ochre Mine and the historic town of Sunrise on August 27th, 2016. The three hour tour begins at 1:00 p.m. and is $20 for adults or $35 for a family.
The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is a member of the Friends Grassroots Network that is overseen by the Conservation Lands Foundation. The Foundation recently recognized the Alliance for our website and featured it in their newsletter. Some of the "best practices" that our website, historicwyoming.org, exemplifies according to the Conservation Lands Foundation include: offering ways to engage with our audience; using simple and clean design; and highlighting our successes. We are honored to receive this praise. Thanks to the Conservation Lands Foundation for the recognition and thanks to all of our followers who frequent our website!
If you aren't already following this group, we think you should! The Fremont County Historic Preservation Commission is partnering with the U.S. Forest Service and HistoriCorps to stabilize and preserve these cabins in the Shoshone National Forest. Let's help them raise some money to put toward preservation. Help the Fremont County Historic Preservation Board reach their fundraising goal and preserve the Simpson Lake Lodge! To donate, click here.
Historic buildings are more than just bricks and mortar - they embody and tell the stories of all the people who have ever used them. If you have a fun memory, an interesting story, or if you have preserved a historic building yourself, we would love to hear from you! Tell us your stories of your experiences with historic buildings in your communities.