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2021 Laramie County Conservation District Science Fair Awards Recipients
Every year the Laramie County Conservation District likes to recognize the students in Laramie County who conduct conservation-related science fair projects. Each recipient received a pair of 10×25 power binoculars to better observe and identify the wildlife their projects help support. This year’s recipients are:
4th Grade – Liam Rudy – Soil vs. Water – Which soil types hold water the best.
5th Grade – Ethany Frint – Every Drop Counts – Which soil type cleans and conserves water the best.
6th Grade – Makaila Merriam – Acid Rain Germination – The effects of acid rain on seed germination and growth.
8th Grade – Shelby Hoobler – Soil Organic Carbon to Identify Ecosystem Health in Three Zones Surrounding Dry Creek.
*(Updated 2/8/2021)* THE LCCD / FSA / NRCS BUILDING LOCKED TO THE PUBLIC
The Laramie County Conservation District Office remains locked to the public.
The LCCD office is locked to the public to protect employees and prevent COVID-19 spread in Laramie County. Meetings with specific staff members may still occur provided appointments are made, masks are worn, and the meeting takes place outside of the building while observing national, state, and county health department recommendations.
LCCD staff are still at work and will continue to serve Laramie County residents while following national, state, and county health department guidelines.
Please call the office prior to visiting or from the parking lot for assistance with purchases.
Thank you for your understanding.
Thank you Women's Civic League of Cheyenne for cleaning up Crow Creek
Thank you Women’s Civic League of Cheyenne for cleaning up Crow Creek
2020 Laramie County Conservation District Report on Progress
The 2020 Laramie County Conservation District Report on Progress is now available. Please click the following link to read about all of the amazing accomplishments the Laramie County Conservation District has completed over the past year. 2020 LCCD Report on Progress.
2021 Seedling Tree Order Form
The 2021 Seedling Tree Order Form is now available. Click the following link for a printable form: 2021 Seedling Tree Order Form. The form can be mailed, scanned and emailed, photographed and emailed, or left in our foyer. Cash or check payments can be mailed or left in our foyer, and credit card payments can be made over the phone. Our contact information is:
Phone number: 307-772-2600
Email address: [email protected]
Physical address: 11221 U.S. Highway 30 Cheyenne, WY 82009.
*(Updated 2/8/2021)* Tree Screens are Sold Out
Our tree protectors have sold out once again. An updated announcement will be made once they become available again. For alternative forms of tree protection, please call the office at 307-772-2600 or email Tree Specialist, Clark Young at [email protected] or Tree Technician Dale Beranek at [email protected].