Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources
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About Us

What we do

A Quality of life agency, the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources provides the state's citizens and visitors a variety of opportunities to enjoy our arts, parks and history. Wyoming's state parks, historic sites and state trails program offer abundant recreational and educational opportunities. Additionally, through the efforts of the Division of Cultural Resources, Wyoming's history and pre-history is studied and preserved, and artistic opportunities for both the artist and the patron are promoted and enhanced.

Our Mission

The mission of State Parks and Cultural Resources is to contribute to the quality of life in Wyoming and provide our citizens and visitors with enriched and well-rounded lives by enjoying the state's arts, parks and history.

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Friday, May 26, 2017
State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails - Wyoming State Parks launches new website
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Wyoming Arts Council - Wyoming Arts Council Board to meet June 1
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Wyoming State Museum - First Graders in Southern, WY Receive Free Copy of “Wyoming Firsts: A Children’s Book”
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails - Wyoming Territorial Prison hosts Smithsonian Bracero exhibit
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails - Section of Glendo State Park Sandy Beach temporarily closed
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Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund

Cultrural Trust Fund Logo In 1998, the Wyoming Legislature, recognizing that Wyoming and its people possess a unique cultural heritage, created the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund (WCTF), including a five-member board named by the Governor. The mission of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund is to serve the citizens of Wyoming by supporting Wyoming’s culture and heritage through grant funding of innovative projects for the enjoyment, appreciation, promotion, preservation, and protection of the state’s arts, cultural and historic resources; and to support and invest in Wyoming institutions that help further this mission.

Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund
Cultural Trust Fund Newsletter
Cultural Trust Fund Board and Meeting Minutes
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HELP WANTED!

Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites is currently accepting applications for seasonal maintenance, fee, living history and interpretation employees statewide. To view individual recruitments, please go to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wyoming?keywords=ATTP99.

Trades Specialist - South Pass City State Historic Site-Lander
Perform construction and regular maintenance on 45 historic and non-historic structures. Maintain small public water and sewer system. Maintain 4.5 miles of trail was well as grounds maintenance on 389 acres of state property. Service of motorized equipment ranging from small engine to tractor service.

Assistant Superintendent-Sinks Canyon State Park - Lander
Assist the Superintendent with the management of overall site operations, including public relations, buildings and grounds maintenance, visitor services, interpretive programming, personnel and budget.

Park Superintendent I - Sinks Canyon State Park - Lander
Management of overall site operations, including public relations, buildings and grounds maintenance, visitor services, interpretive programming, personnel and budget at Sinks Canyon State Park.

Archaeological Collections Supervisor - Laramie
Management of overall site operations, including public relations, buildings and grounds maintenance, visitor services, interpretive programming, personnel and budget at Sinks Canyon State Park.