With the Spring EXPO moved inside this year and beautiful weather on
Saturday, more people than ever – 500 – rambled through the county ice arena to look at
bear-spray demos, homemade goods, perennial plants, services offered, organic produce
and conservation tips.
Clicking away as each person entered, Sublette County Conservation District Manager
Mike Henn had everyone fill out a raffle ticket and handed out lime green tote bags to fill
with information and gifts from vendors.
Live animals – llamas brought by Mary Pendergast and a golden eagle by Mark Hurd
– brought the kids’ excitement to a pitch as parents and families enjoyed the shade of the
arena, with doors opened wide to catch a breeze.