Wyoming students recognized by Gov. Gordon

CHEYENNE — Twelve Wyoming students from across the state were recognized for their artwork in Cheyenne July 13 by Gov. Mark Gordon. The celebration acknowledged their achievement in art and excellence in interpreting agriculture and natural resource concepts. The winner of the 2020 GIS Mapping Program was also announced and recognized at the event.

Each year Wyoming Agriculture in the Classroom encourages second through fifth grade students to submit a hand-drawn bookmark for the program. This year WAIC received more than 1,900 entries from students across Wyoming.

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