Commissioner’s License raffle to benefit Ag in Classroom


Tickets are halfway gone

for chances to win a 2020 Wyoming Game

and Fish Commissioner’s License to benefit

Wyoming Agriculture in the Classroom.

Game and Fish Commissioner Ralph Brokaw

donated the tag, which started with 200

tickets available for $100 each. Half of those

were sold already last week to raise $9,965 of

the $20,000 goal.

“Wyoming in the Classroom strives to develop

an understanding of Wyoming’s vast

resources where students become informed

citizens capable of serving as stewards for

Wyoming’s future,” and the raffle benefits

its Wyoming Stewardship Project.

The winner of the Commissioner’s License

will have the option of choosing a

deer, elk or antelope permit in the hunt area

of their choosing. The license is valid only in

the hunt area selected and cannot be changed

once issued. Also once issued, the license

cannot be canceled, refunded or transferred

to another person.

Elk hunt areas 75, 77 and 79 also require

a special park permit, which is not available

to winners of the Commissioner’s License.

Supporters are told to not bid on this license

“if your intent is to hunt in Grand Teton National

Park.”

Tickets will be sold online first-come

first-served until 11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard

Time on June 30 (or 12:59 a.m. MST on July

1). The drawing will take place at 2:30 a.m.

in Wyoming.

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