Skip to main content

WHAT'S NEW

Our Wyoming

Liz Byrd, Her Legacy

Liz Byrd became the first African American woman to serve in Wyoming's legislature. After four terms in the House she went on to become the first black woman elected to the Wyoming

PLEDGE GIFTS

March Pledge

March Pledge starts Saturday, February 27th. Become a new member or renew your membership and receive a thank you gift from WyomingPBS. Check out what we have in store!


HOW TO WATCH


EDUCATION

Visit the WyomingPBS Education Collection on PBS LearningMedia where you'll find thousands of curated free, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans and more. All WyomingPBS content is aligned to state standards and written by Wyoming educators.

Join WyomingPBS Education Coordinator Carol Garber as she addresses topics of interest for Wyoming educators. Browse the WyomingPBS Learning Media YouTube archive or send a professional development suggestion directly to Carol at carol@wyomingpbs.org.

In the center of Wyoming is the seventh largest and fifth most populated Indian Reservation in the U.S.: the Wind River Reservation, home of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes. Explore videos, lesson plans, and links to educational resources for teachers and students.

Learn More

CORPORATE SUPPORT