Why was Lander City Park closed for the past 4 weeks?

*Feature Photo: A narrower channel was created by Wendt Construction to restore natural stream flow, form deep pools which will provide cool water for fish in summer, and disperse water flows more naturally during high flow. (WGFD / Pitchengine Communities) * (Lander, Wyo.) - The public is invited to join the project partners Friday, March 25th from 4-6pm at McManus Park bridge to learn about fish habitat and flood resilience improvements that were constructed in the Middle Fork Popo Agie in early March. Come visit and learn about the channel design, habitat enhancements as well as youth fishing opportunities graciously provided by private landowners. Partners involved with this project include the City of Lander, Popo Agie Conservation District, Trout Unlimited-Popo Agie Anglers, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resources Trust, One Shot - Water for Wildlife, Fremont County Recreation Board and private donors. [image: Inline image 1] *Deep pools were created to provide cool water for fish in the summer. (WGFD / Pitchengine Communities) * [image: Inline image 2] *The channel was reconstructed to allow more dispursed natural flows during high water in the spring. (Pitchengine Communities.) * *[image: Inline image 3]* * A look upstream at the changes in the river channel through City Park. The greenway path is at far right. (Pitchengine Communities) * #county10 #news