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A Noble Pursuit

This 48 minute documentary is the story of a Wyoming community coming together to achieve one of the most significant oil and gas lease buyouts in American history.


This film is about the importance of every person's voice when it comes to deciding what happens to our public lands.  

I have lived in Wyoming for over 20 years and when 1000's of acres in the Wyoming Range was planned for energy development, I decided to make the commitment to document the story of citizens mobilizing in an effort to preserve their land.  This film is a celebration of my community and all the interesting, diverse, and passionate residents of Sublette County, Wyoming.  Ranchers, cowboys, cowgirls, hunters, energy industry professionals, wildlife experts, and local residents all came together, across political divides, in unprecedented support of one another in their fight to save a cherished mountain wilderness.

Film Screenings
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If you are interested in A Noble Pursuit coming to your town, please CONTACT US.

Stay Tuned for the film airing on Wyoming PBS Spring 2023.

To view the entire film go to,


A Noble Pursuit was awarded the Wyoming Arts Council Professional Development Grant, in 2020 to aid in post-production and Wyoming distribution.  The film has toured the state of Wyoming screening at public libraries.

Educational Series

A Noble Pursuit has been produced into an educational package for natural science high school curriculum.  

Short 1-4 minute video segments from the film along with accompanying written classroom discussion and student questions, are available this 2021 / 2022 school year.  The 16 video shorts include content on community activism, public land preservation, public land multiple-use, Wyoming energy, hunting in the Wyoming Range, herding sheep, Wyoming Range moose study, raptor migration, sage grouse and mule deer, Wyoming Range wildlife corridor, Pavillon, Wyoming water, the Hoback River, Wyoming ground water study, air monitoring station, Wyoming ozone, and ozone monitoring.  


To read a full list of the educational videos and the accompanying written curriculum, go HERE.   

In November 2019, the 60 minute version of A Noble Pursuit screened to a standing room only audience at Teton County Library in Jackson, Wyoming. 

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