JACKSON, Wyo. – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department invited interested members of the public to a “Coffee with a Guardian” event to share their thoughts, ideas or questions on fish and wildlife management.
The event will take place this Friday, June 4 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Hoback Market in Hoback Junction, 13 miles south of Jackson.
South Jackson Game Warden Kyle Lash will be available that morning to host an open discussion on all things fish and wildlife.
“An informal gathering like this gives the public a forum where there are no agendas, topics or expectations, just an opportunity to talk about whatever comes up,” Lash said. “It’s as much about knowing the game warden and the game warden, and knowing the members of the community, as it is about dealing with wildlife management or law enforcement issues. It’s a great way for me to better understand the public concerns regarding local wildlife issues. “
These informal “Coffee with a Guardian” events have taken place in other parts of the state, but this will be the first offered in the Jackson area of the Game and Fish Department.
For more information, contact the Jackson Game and Fish office at 307-733-2321.
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