Recreation & Outdoors

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Crossing Cultures.
The High School
Exchange Experience.
May 2023

May 26, 2023
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As the last school bell of the year rings, we bid farewell, ‘adios’, ‘arrivederci’ and ‘ha get bra’ to the four high school foreign exchange students as their year here in Johnson County draws to a close.  Two are from…

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Grow A Little Extra.
May 2023

May 23, 2023
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Are you an experienced gardener?  Or a novice wanting to learn new skills?   Either way, Johnson County Extension Office has free vegetable seeds for you.  Stop by, pick up free seed packets, and tips and tricks for a bumper…

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County Tourism Association.
Who? What? Why?
May 2023

May 23, 2023
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Chairwoman Jody Sauers, and board member Anita Peoples, describe Johnson County Tourism Association (JCTA) as the ‘marketing department’ of Johnson County.  Funded solely by lodging tax revenues, it operates at no expense to Johnson County taxpayers and is working to…

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Hike for Hope.
Taking Strides for
Suicide Prevention.
May 2-23

May 16, 2023
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Take strides to support suicide prevention.   Suicide has touched many many people in Johnson County.  Hike for Hope is a great time to come together for show it is an issue that you care about about build connections with…

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A Ride Down
Memory Lane?
The Cowboy Carousel.
April 2023

April 19, 2023
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Arnette Tiller knows that carousels are more than just a nostalgic childhood memory. They are a unique art form and a window into the past, a glimpse into a bygone era of entertainment and craftsmanship.    Many Buffalo residents and…

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“Failing Forward”.
American Legion Baseball.
Mar 2023

March 23, 2023
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Baseball is a game of failures. How does this translate to success off the field?  At the onset of the season.  Drawing on 37 years of involvement with the sport, new coach Adam Teten explains his coaching philosophy, how he…

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Country Living Poster in White Color

Dreaming of summer?
Help with small
acreage cultivation.
March 2023

March 13, 2023
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Dream of developing your few acres? There are local resources for just that!  March 2023 Make the most of the lingering winter weather to plan and prepare.  Listen to Zach Byram and Micah Most explain what you can expect from…

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A Deer in a Motorcar Light Zone

Reducing Roadkill?
I25 Buffalo-Kaycee
Wildlife Crossing Project.
Feb 2023

February 28, 2023
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We love Wyoming’s proximity to wildlife but that doesn’t come without a cost.  ‘Big game versus vehicle’ collisions are at an all-time high in the Cowboy State.   The Nature Conservancy reports 21 big game road collisions daily in 2021,…

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A Pile of Cash With Keys and Keyrings

Airbnb’s in Buffalo. Terry Asay, Planning Director explains.
Feb 2023

February 23, 2023
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307NetRadio and Planning Director Terry Asay explains the new(-ish) regulation surrounding short-term rental properties in Buffalo.  It’s a balancing act for a trial period.  Any questions? Contact Terry Asay 307 684 5566 or Apply here:

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A Map of Pole Creek Project in Color One

Pole Creek Recreation
Area Clear Cut Objections.
Feb 9, 2023

February 9, 2023
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Many people enjoy playing on “the mountain” just outside of Buffalo year round, with the Pole Creek Recreation Area being a highlight during the winter.   Listen to Aaron Kessler, President of Powder Pass Nordic Club outline the club’s concerns with…

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Man in a cowboy hat and red shirt using a tool on a horse

Megan Welles –
The Horsewell Massager

December 1, 2022
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307NetRadio caught up with Megan Welles of Horsewell, the inventor of the Horsewell Massager – an at-home therapeutic massaging tool for your horse.   Listen to Megan Welles explain how this innovative and affordable tool came about and how easy…

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Person holding a fishing rod over a body of water

and the Semi-Automatic
Fly-Fishing Reel

November 23, 2022
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307NetRadio caught up with OCR, the Buffalo-based team behind a groundbreaking new semi-automatic fly fishing reel. Listen to Zac Sexton, Brad Williams and Rodney Fought explain why it is such an amazing new product invented and prototyped here in Johnson…

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