Uncategorized | December 17, 2007
The semi-monthly University of Wyoming television series, “Wyoming Signatures,” will feature segments on clean air initiatives and a popular Wyoming author. The public affairs program will air on KCWC, Wyoming Public Television, at 5:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 23.
Critically acclaimed Wyoming mystery author C.J. Box is a special guest on this week’s show. Known for his “Joe Pickett” series, his latest book “Free Fire,” which takes place in the wilds of Yellowstone National Park, will be released in May 2008. Box is a recipient of a Wyoming Arts Council creative writing fellowship.
Bart Geerts, associate professor in the UW Department of Atmospheric Science, will discuss the “Cool Cities” initiative, in which individuals work at the local level to take action against the threat of climate change caused by carbon dioxide emissions.
Also on the program is a segment about 14,000 pounds of dinosaur fossils and rocks that are being cleaned, sorted and identified at the UW Geological Museum.
“Wyoming Signatures” is produced by UW Television. KCWC can be seen off-air or via cable in communities throughout Wyoming, including Casper, Cheyenne, Laramie, Riverton, Lander, Rock Springs, Green River, Powell, Cody, Sheridan, Gillette, Jackson, Pinedale and Big Piney. Check local listings for specific channel information.