Registration is now open for the free Strengthening Economies in Wyoming: A Forum for Coal-Reliant Communities, which will be held at Cam-Plex Oct. 8 and 9.
The slate of presenters includes Governor Matt Mead, Doug Matheney, Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Fuels, and Anne Hazelett, Assistant to the Secretary of U.S. Rural Development.
The conference is designed to bring together stakeholders from the public and private sectors for an educational and interactive gathering to share best practices, lessons learned and new opportunities to support economic diversification. The conference will feature interactive sessions and small group discussions designed to deepen and foster new partnerships for promoting innovation and prosperity throughout Wyoming and the West.
Campbell County and Energy Capital Economic Development are partnering with the National Association of Counties, the National Association of Development Organizations and the U.S. Economic Development Administration to host the event. It coincides with the ENDOW Executive Council meeting, which will be in Gillette Oct. 10.