New Educator joins UW Extension’s county office

Students in a rangeland ecosystem assessment and monitoring class collect samples for a field lab near Woods Landing, Wyoming. (Photo by Jeff Beck.)

The University of Wyoming Extension has hired Brenna Litynski as an agriculture and natural resources educator serving Albany County.

Litynski obtained her bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and art from St. Mary’s College of Maryland in 2021. She moved to Wyoming to earn a master’s degree in animal and veterinary science, which she completed in May 2024. During her time at UW, she proposed a Farm to Table program focusing on social media and outreach and participated in UW Extension Ranch Camp. In 2022, she won the Ranch Camp student paper competition.

In addition, Litynski has experience as a research assistant in a UW lab and as a field technician for the USDA, where she helped maintain an 800-acre ranch. Litynski started her new role with UW Extension on May 27.