Through the use of publications, media, exhibits and signs, the Laramie County Conservation District strives to update Laramie County residents on conservation issues.
The District offers the following publications to Laramie County residents: The annual “Report on Progress” is developed each fall to provide Laramie County taxpayers with information on how their tax dollars are being utilized. To view our most recent report, click on the link below:
The District’s “Annual Report” addresses many of the same topics as the “Report on Progress”, giving taxpayers an overview of the District’s accomplishments throughout the last fiscal year. To view our most recent report, click on the link below:
The “Annual Plan of Work” addresses the District’s workload for the upcoming year. This publication also includes a calendar of events, as well as the District’s approved budget for the next fiscal year. To view the District’s latest Annual Plan, click the link bellow:
The Conservation District publishes a quarterly newspaper insert in both the Pine Bluffs Post and the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle in place of its “Conservation Corner” newsletter.The inserts continue to include timely conservation articles on topics such as backyard conservation, trees, water, wildlife, agriculture, community projects and education. Click on the links below to view our most recent publications:
Public Events Each year the District sets up a booth at the annual Home & Garden Show, and the Laramie County Fair. Natural resource professionals will man these booths and provide any information that is requested. Media The District continually writes and submits news releases on upcoming events to the Fence Post, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle, Trader’s Shoppers Guide, Pine Bluffs Post and Wyoming Livestock Roundup. District staff participate in many radio talk shows to publicize upcoming events and priority programs. Signs Most every District project, including living snow fence sites, community enhancement projects and all other projects, has a sign installed with the District’s name, what the project is, and other sponsors. Each living snow fence site also is numbered and has the year established so that the public can be made aware of the growth rate of the trees.