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Oliver’s Hope Sepsis Awareness And Prevention Donates to Rooted in Cheyenne in Memory of 15-Month Old Oliver, Who Loved Trees


Planting trees in honor of, and in memory of, loved ones is a powerful symbol.  Trees provide a lasting visual tie to a place and a person, and can become a family and community gathering place to remember people, tell stories, and look to the future. The trees which Oliver’s Hope Sepsis Prevention and Awareness […]


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Faces of Urban Forestry – Dave Schindler


Dave is an ISA Certified Aborist, and Foreman at Cheyenne Urban Forestry Division.  He started his career with Cheyenne Urban Forestry in the summer of 1986, and has been enjoying the variety of tree care duties the job offers ever since.  He says that the most satisfying thing about his job is seeing the trees […]


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Rooted In Cheyenne & Cheyenne Rotary Team Up To Provide Free Trees To Low Income Residents


Press Release For Immediate Release February 2, 2018 Contact: Laura Wagner Cheyenne Urban Forestry Community Recreation & Events 307-637-6428 lwagner@cheyennecity.org CHEYENNE – Rooted in Cheyenne and Cheyenne Rotary Noon are pleased to announce a partnership to offer 18 nocost trees to Cheyenne homeowners who meet income eligibility guidelines. Cheyenne Rotary has offered to fully fund […]


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Board Member Bio – Mark Ellison


Mark Ellison, graduate of Colorado State’s Forestry School,  got his start in urban forestry working for the forestry divisions of Longmont and Ft. Collins, Colorado.  He started working for the Wyoming State Forestry Division in 1998 and was stationed in Riverton for 10 years before moving to Minnesota to work for the Department of Natural […]


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