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Torrey Creek

Torrey Creek

Torrey Creek in the Wind River Range — Find out how the Wind River watershed plays a role in the dispute over jurisdiction in the Wind River Reservation in Ron Feemster’s feature “Can state and tribes share jurisdiction in Riverton?” (WyoFile Flickr Group Member NobodyUWannaKnow – click to enlarge)
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Posted inPhoto Friday

Torrey Creek

Torrey Creek

Torrey Creek in the Wind River Range — Find out how the Wind River watershed plays a role in the dispute over jurisdiction in the Wind River Reservation in Ron Feemster’s feature “Can state and tribes share jurisdiction in Riverton?” (WyoFile Flickr Group Member NobodyUWannaKnow – click to enlarge)
Submit your photos for WyoFile’s Photo Friday by posting to our Flickr Group!
 
 

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