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Outstanding Bighorn Teacher Award

The Outstanding Bighorn Teacher is part of a team of scientists, managers, and conservationists that strives to secure the future of bighorns by educating future generations of conservationists. Wild sheep embody Wyoming’s wildest and most rugged landscapes. Outstanding bighorn teachers are recognized for providing students with the opportunity to understand wild sheep and develop a conservation ethic around bighorns and other wildlife. Outstanding Bighorn Teachers work consistently with students and conservation organizations to inspire and educate youths about wild sheep and the importance of conserving wildlife and wildlands. The experiences these teachers provide our youths intertwine them with the fabric from which we Wyomingites are made–wildlands and wildlife. With the continued support of educators like these, our organizations can continue “putting and keeping kids and sheep on the mountain.”

Timeline for Nomination Process:

  • Nominations open the last week of July and close the first week of October.

Criteria for Award:

  • Provide education surrounding wild sheep, wildlife, and wildlands while also working with students and conservation organizations.
  • Nominees can be both classroom teachers and non-classroom teachers.
    • An education degree/teaching background is not required.

Selection Process:

  • The Outstanding Bighorn Teacher Award Review Committee will sit down with the Outreach Coordinator the first Monday after the close date to discuss candidates.
  • Once a decision has been made, the recipient will know ASAP and the website, and social media pages, will reflect the same.


  • The award will be given at the Annual Bighorn BASH Fundraiser on November 4th, 2023.
  • The recipient will receive a hand-made scrimshaw knife from local artist, John Finley.

Click here for our nomination form.

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