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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.


Historic places are the buildings and structures that connect us to the past. Help us preserve them today! Learn more


Wyoming is known for its vast open spaces where the influence of humans from the past can still be seen. Learn more

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What's new in preservation

Carbon Cemetery Day to take place on Saturday, May 20th

Anyone interested in participating in the day's activities should plan on being at the cemetery by 10:00 AM. This year the focus is going to be on constructing a trail between the town site and the cemetery. To get there from Medicine Bow, go west on US 30 approximately 10 miles to Carbon County Road 115, turn left, and go south about 5 miles. From Hanna, go about 15 miles east on US 30, then turn right on County Rd 115. People are advised to bring their own lunch.

Traveling Cowboy Carnegies Exhibit will be on display at the Sheridan County Fulmer Library until April 28th

Wells Fargo considering demolishing iconic Casper landmark this spring

Downtown Casper would be losing one of its most recognizable landmarks if Wells Fargo decides to tear down the 177-foot tall tower that has graced Casper's skyline since 1968. Downtown Casper would never be the same if this unique mid-century modern tower is torn down.