Beers and Billl, Pinedale, Wyoming January 30, 2018

WOC  and CURED co-hosted an open discussion on upcoming Wyoming conservation legislation for 2018. Over 50 Pinedale residents joined in the session. Steff Kessler, WOC lobbyist pinpointed action we can take NOW to make a difference. Upcoming bills


Join us in Pinedale on July 22,23 and 24

 for the Wind River Mountain Festival 

Thanks to the Great Outdoor Shop for organizing this event

CURED will have a table, along with many vendors, great guest speakers and music!

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Open House with Nancy Vehr, Wyoming DEQ Air Quality Administrator May 31, 2016

Wyoming DEQ Air Quality Open House and Informational Gathering Meeting in Pinedale on May 31 from 6-8 PM in the Lovatt Room of the Pinedale Library.On the Upper Green Ozone management Phase II. Public welcome and comments accepted.



Carlin Girard Lecture, March 18, 2016

Mark your calendar for  March 18, 2016 at 7 pm when Carlin Girard will join us for a lecture on “The Effects of Oil & Natural Gas Development in Water Quality, Aquatic Habitat & Native Fish in Streams Along the Wyoming Range”

Energy development can affect aquatic ecosystems through water contamination, water use and surface disturbance from infrastructure development (roads, pipelines, well pads, etc.). The aquatic ecosystem impairment Girard documented in streams running through the LaBarge Oil & Gas Field exemplifies the need for site-specific research and mitigation strategies, to ensure that energy development does not compromise important ecological conditions and  services.

We look forward to seeing you on March 18, 2016 at the Sublette County Library Lovatt Room. A light dinner will be served at 6 pm. Lecture begins at 7 pm.

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Water, Wells and Wellness, September 17, 2015

Mark your calendar for September 17, 2015 to attend a public education forum hosted by CURED on water, wells and wellness in Sublette County.

This free event features top notch speakers providing an in-depth look at the impacts of drilling and related gas field activities in the Pinedale Anticline adjacent to Pinedale, Wyoming. Speakers will detail the hydrology of Sublette’s ground and surface waters, concerns in well-field water monitoring as well as impacts on the health of county residents.

Speakers include:

  • Kevin Williams, Operations Manager, QEP Resources
  • Mark Thiesse, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Water Quality Division
  • Dr. Susan C. Nagel, University of Missouri School of Medicine
  • Mike Wireman, Hydrogeologist, Granite Ridge Groundwater
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Over 100 Sublette County Citizens in attendance








Dr. Merav Ben-David April, 2015

Dr. Merav Ben-David, University of Wyoming, visited Pinedale Middle School, and also gave an evening lecture in celebration of Earth Day, 2015. Hands-on science!!!

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