Native Prairie Islands

npi-logo-3-largeCheyenne-High Plains Audubon Society is proud to announce the receipt of a 2022 ChangeX grant to fund a collaborative program with the Laramie County Conservation District called the Native Prairie Island Program.

ChangeX connects people with proven ideas for strengthening communities with the resources needed to start them. The Cheyenne Community Challenge Grant is sponsored by the Microsoft Datacenter Community Development Team. Our thanks for their support!

Thanks also go to logo_blue.png_pathfinder-ranchesPathfinder Ranches, for their generous support of the Native Prairie Islands program.  CHPAS will use their donation to purchase more native plant seed for the 2023 year.  Pathfinder Ranches “provides solutions at the intersection of business and sustainability“.  Check out their work here:  Pathfinder Ranches

 


Left to right: Rex Lockman and Jeff Geyer, Laramie County Conservation District; Wanda Manley, Board President of Cheyenne-High Plains Audubon Society and our new seeder from Little Sioux Prairie Company (Spencer, IA).