Green River Green Belt
Habitat sculptures and environmental interpretation for a walk/bike path along the Green River in Western Wyoming. Some of the riverbank degraded, some being restored. A collaboration with the Wyoming Game and Fish Division and the City of Green River, Wyoming.
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Sculptures along a nature trail. Trailhead is at the rest area at Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, along I-80. Project was funded as a design grant from NEA in collaboration with Wyoming Game and Fish, the community of Pine Bluffs and two landscape architects.