This year, the Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW) partnered with twelve Historic Preservation Commissions throughout the state to celebrate local businesses across Wyoming who operate in historic buildings.
It is a month to recognize the multitude of historic buildings that have been rehabilitated, repurposed and "working" throughout the state. Businesses and community organizations are celebrating across the state!age and www.historicwyoming.org/historic-preservation-month.
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