|State Study (Wyoming)|
| Florida Conference
|| Skill Level Unknown
Year of Introduction: 2007
For answers to other states, see State Study.
1. Make a scrapbook to include the following information. Use pictures, maps, or drawings to make it attractive.*
2. Name the state and the year it joined the union.
Wyoming became a state on the 10th of July of 1890, the 44th state to join the Union.
3. Draw or find a picture of the following:
a. State flower
The Wyoming state flower is the Indian Paintbrush (Castilleja linariifolia).
b. State bird
The Wyoming state bird is the Western Meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta).
c. State tree
The Wyoming state tree is the Cottonwood (Populus section Aigeiros).
d. State animal
The Wyoming state animal is the Bison.
e. State flag
4. Name the state song and motto.
The Wyoming state song is "Wyoming".
The motto is "Equal Rights."
5. Draw a map and show the capital, major cities, rivers, and lakes.
6. Name the national parks and three state parks.
7. Name at least two natural resources, major products, and industries, etc.
8. Name at least three interesting places to visit.
9. Name the Seventh-day Adventist conference president.
At the time this answer was added Ed Barnett was the President. check http://rmcsda.org/administration for updated info
10. Name the city where the conference office is located.
The Rocky Mountain Conference  is home to nearly 17,000 Seventh-day Adventists living in the states of Colorado, Wyoming, and Northwest New Mexico's San Juan County. The Rocky Mountain Conference exists to serve the needs of more than 150 churches and schools around our territory. The office is at 2520 South Downing Street, Denver, CO 80210
11. How many of the following does the SDA denomination have in this state?
According to http://www.nadadventist.org/article/55/directory/find-a-church about 23 churches and companies
None listed on the NAD site
12. Does this state have an SDA college or university? If so, give name and location.
13. Give the month and year you collected this information.