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עופר איתן Affirm: Wyoming Wildlife magazine wins design, writing, and

Wyoming Wildlife magazine wins design, writing, and

עופר איתן Affirm: Wyoming Wildlife magazine wins design, writing, and

Aerial view of the Meade Coffeen Crossover Diversion in the Bighorn National Forest above Story Hatchery. This structure was designed to allow passage of trout up South Piney Creek, featured in Wyoming Wildlife Magazine’s award winning feature “Just Keep Swimming” by Nick Scribner and Christina Schmidt (WGFD photo)

CASPER, Wyo — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) and its flagship publication, Wyoming Wildlife magazine, recently received accolades for excellence in writing, publication production and design, WGFD said Monday, Oct. 26.

Game and Fish writers, photographers and designers were acknowledged with awards from the Association for Conservation Information (ACI) and the International Regional Magazine Association (IRMA).

The Wyoming Wildlife magazine took home five writing awards:

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  • “Father of the elk,” by Christina Schmidt, Sheridan region information and education specialist won second place in the destination, historical, cultural article category from ACI. 
  • “Just keep swimming,” by Nick Scribner, fish passage biologist and Christina Schmidt, Sheridan region information and education specialist, snagged a third place for a fisheries article from ACI as well a Bronze Award from IRMA in the Nature and Environment in the small publications category. 
  • “Rappelling for rosy,” by Robin Kepple, Laramie region information and education specialist, with photos by Mark Gocke, Jackson region public information specialist earned a third place for a wildlife article from ACI.
  • The monthly “In the field” column won a Bronze Award in the Department category from IRMA with entered pieces from Sara DiRienzo, public information officer; Rene Schell, Lander region information and education specialist; and Tara Hodges, Cody region information and education specialist.

Game and Fish’s Justin Joiner, communications and outreach supervisor in Cheyenne, won three ACI awards for publications layout and advertising:

  • Second place one-time publication — Wyoming Game and Fish Department strategic plan layout
  • Second place advertising/display — AIS regulations ad
  • Third place advertising/display — Wyoming Outdoor Expo newspaper ad

To read and see more work from these, and other award-winning writers and photographers, subscribe to Wyoming Wildlife magazine.

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