Educational Science Center

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Steady Stream Hydrology Owner Tina Krueger (Photo Ron Richter ©)
Steady Stream Hydrology Owner Tina Krueger (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation is proposing to build an educational science center on a little over 2 acres of property that is owned by SEEDA and the City of Sheridan, next to Big Goose Creek in north Sheridan. Thursday night, the local nonprofit provided an update on the venture during a meeting at the Downtown Sheridan Association’s Community Room. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.


The informal gathering was a chance for those affiliated with the proposed science center to provide information on the project as well as to answer any questions from those in attendance. Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation Executive Director Joey Puettman.

Puettman said that the next step is property acquisition and to finish putting a business plan together that will be presented to SEEDA and the City Council in the near future. Steady Stream Hydrology and QC 10 Architects have partnered with Joey’s for the proposed project. Steady Stream Hydrology Owner Tina Krueger explains how phase 1 of the project would unfold once the land is acquired.

Thane Magelky, Owner of QC 10 Architects, said that they are looking at an approximate 4,000 square foot building that would cost around $2 million to build.

Thane Magelky, Owner of QC 10 Architects (Photo Ron Richter ©)
Thane Magelky, Owner of QC 10 Architects (Photo Ron Richter ©)
Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation Executive Director Joey Puettman (Photo Ron Richter ©)
Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation Executive Director Joey Puettman (Photo Ron Richter ©)
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