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The Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW) 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. We work with individuals, organizations, and state and local governments to identify the places that represent Wyoming’s history and culture, and take steps to ensure that these important places survive – respecting the story of past generations and enriching our lives for the future. AHW's offices are located in Laramie, Wyoming and our board is made up of members from all over the state.

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Cowboy Carnegies exhibit currently on display in Douglas

AHW's traveling Cowboy Carnegies exhibit is currently on display at Converse County Library in Douglas. The exhibit will be on display until December 8th. 

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The Federal historic tax credit program is currently threatened

The tax credit program helps make historic rehabilitation projects more financially feasible for historic property owners. The historic Elk Mountain Hotel in Carbon County used the tax credit program for its rehabilitation.

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Wyoming nonprofit Tracks Across Wyoming merges with AHW

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is pleased to officially announce its recent merger with Tracks Across Wyoming. The Alliance for Historic Wyoming name will be kept, but Tracks Across Wyoming will live on as a new preservation initiative focusing on Wyoming's historic transportation corridors

Featured AHW Partner

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Wyoming Humanities Council

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is honored to be partnered with the Wyoming Humanities Council. The Humanities Council is Wyoming’s state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and its mission is to help Wyoming take a closer look at life through the humanities. According to the Council’s website, they “foster opportunities for communities to interact and discuss issues that are important to them. We use the humanities to ask questions that give insight into the human experience by analyzing the past, exploring the present, and thinking about the future.” The Alliance for Historic Wyoming takes a similar approach with a more specific focus on fostering a statewide preservation ethic, which makes the Humanities Council’s support so important to us.