Native Lands MM7563
Lone limber pine in the Wind River Roadless Area at sunset with Sacajawea Ridge in background with the expance of the reservation land below.
In 1937, both the Shohone and Arapaho worked to establish the 220,000 acre Wind River Roadless Area in response to the threat of highways cutting through their land. Their act preceeded the Wilderness Act yet has preserved the east side of the Wind River Range.
Wind River Reservation, Wyoming.
Contact: Dick Baldes 307 332 9438 hm., 307 3492378 cell