Citizens for the Red Desert Unite!
January 13, 2021
Late last year, Citizens for the Red Desert brought together a diverse group of allies to discuss their shared love of the Red Desert and how to protect its many …
Wyoming Governor Tours the Red Desert
June 29, 2020
Earlier this month, members of Citizens for the Red Desert and staff from the Wyoming Outdoor Council hosted Gov. Mark Gordon for a tour of the Northern Red Desert. The …
My First solo Bikepack Trip on Mother’s Day in the Honeycomb Buttes
May 18, 2020
I’m know I’m not the only one navigating an endless maze of emotions lately. I’ll wake up happy to be healthy and alive only to be teary-eyed later in the …
While on a Bike Tour Across the Red Desert
April 6, 2020
Late in the afternoon on a warm June day, I took off from Atlantic City heading south along the Great Divide mountain bike route across Wyoming’s Red Desert. I was …
Indigenous Narratives of the Red Desert
May 5th, 2021
The Red Desert is an ancestral landscape. Since time immemorial tribes such as the Shoshone, Ute, Goshute, Paiute, Bannock, Arapaho, Cheyenne, Lakota, and Crow have hunted, prospered, and roamed in this vast landscape.