The Petroleum Association of Wyoming is pleased to announce its 2022 Priority Partner – The Wyoming Stewardship Project, a program of Wyoming Agriculture in the Classroom.

The Wyoming Stewardship Project is a curriculum available to Wyoming educators and students that meets all Wyoming Content and Performance Standards designed to cultivate responsible stewards of our state. “Students receive real-world learning through the lenses of agriculture, minerals and energy, and outdoor recreation and tourism.”

PAW and member companies will work with Wyoming Agriculture in the Classroom throughout 2022 to highlight the work they are doing to assist Wyoming Teachers and Students. For more information about PAW Priority Partners or our work with the Wyoming Stewardship Project, feel free to contact us.

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