Lesson One: Mine or Ours?
Students learn the meaning of stewardship and how they can be a steward.
Lesson Two: What is Public? What is Private?
Students learn that Wyoming has both public and private lands.
Lesson Three: Wyoming – Land of Many Uses
Students learn that Wyoming public lands have multiple uses.
Lesson Four: Mapping in 3-D
Students develop a model to understand that Wyoming’s terrain makes the state unique.
Lesson Five: Wyoming’s Unique Terrain
Students learn about the different types of terrain found in Wyoming and the uses of each.
Lesson Six: How to Be a Steward?
Students learn whose professional job it is to take care of Wyoming’s public lands and how they can be a steward of Wyoming’s public lands.
Lesson Seven: Cityscapes or Open Spaces?
Students learn that Wyoming public lands are important to Wyoming culture.
Lesson Eight: Discovering Wyoming’s State Parks
Students show what they can do to be stewards of Wyoming’s public lands for current and future generations.