Open Spaces June 1, 2018

Jun 1, 2018


On this episode, to the dismay of some, Wyoming is moving forward with a grizzly bear hunt. We’ll hear about the first utility-scale solar facility and what it means for Wyoming’s solar industry. And a new exhibit at Heart Mountain showcases watercolors by one of the few white women incarcerated in the Japanese-American internment camps during World War II. Those stories, plus conversations with Foster Friess about his campaign for Governor and a Jackson-based polar explorer – it’s all ahead.