UW Extension and Coronavirus

With offices in each of Wyoming’s 23 counties and the Wind River Reservation, the University of Wyoming Extension is here to help you in this critical time.

Frequently Asked Questions for UW Extension

  1. Is my local office open? Many county offices are closed to the public but our educators and staff are still working remotely. You may call or email your county office if you have specific questions. Extension offices are also posting specific information on their websites and social media channels, or check the main channel on Facebook: University of Wyoming Extension. You can call 307-766-5214 to connect with someone. If you were looking for educational information, check out our existing online resources on our YouTube channel and in our self-study courses.
  2. Are all events canceled? Local Extension offices have cancelled or postponed in person events in accordance with University of Wyoming and State of Wyoming directives until further notice. Look for online formats of many programs. For the most current information, visit calendars at each county webpage.

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