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2020 Seedling Tree Order is out! (expand for more information)

2020 Tree Order Form

The 2020 Seedling Tree Order form has been mailed!.  Please be sure and order early, as you can see from the order form above,  some species are already no longer available.

Laramie County Conservation District is deeded acreage from LEADS as future headquarters for the District (expand for more information)

The Laramie County Conservation District (LCCD) is one step closer in achieving a new headquarters building near the Natural Area in the Cheyenne Business Parkway southeast of Cheyenne.  On October 8, 2019 Cheyenne LEADS deeded 3.35 acres to the LCCD, so that a new headquarters building could be built next door to the Natural Area. The LCCD was deeded the 3.35 acres with an agreeance that the LCCD would develop and maintain the Natural Area within the Cheyenne Business Parkway. Development meaning enhancing the area for outdoor education and displaying our natural resources.

Thank you to LEADS for this opportunity and exciting partnership moving forward.

Tom Farrell (chairman LCCD) and Randy Bruns (CEO of Cheyenne LEADS)

Laramie County Conservation District Long Range Plan for 2020-2024 & comment period for public input (expand for more information)

Long Range Plan

A draft of the Long Range Plan for Laramie County Conservation District for years 2020-2024 is available to the public for comment through November 18, 2019, at 4:00 pm.  Click on the above link to read the draft of the plan, or copies of the plan may be picked up at the District office.  Comments can be submitted to the office at:  11221 US Hwy. 30, Cheyenne  82009, or emailed to:  [email protected] or [email protected].

A Public Hearing will be held November 21, 2019, at 4 pm to approve the Long Range Plan.

LCCD helps sponsor the Green Industry Workshop January 24, 2020 @ LCCC Pathfinder Building (expand for more information)

LCCD helped sponsor the Green Industry Workshop being held on January 24, 2020, at Laramie County Community College being put on by Cheyenne Urban Forestry.  Click on the above flyer for more information.

LCCD assisted with another successful Rooted in Cheyenne Planting!


Check out Rooted in Cheyenne’s Facebook page for these updates on the Fall Tree Planting:

“Thank you to everyone that had a part in helping us plant trees this past Saturday. The volunteers, crew leaders, sponsors, city staff, city council members and our own volunteer board members. It takes a lot of planning and support to make this happen twice a year. We are making a difference here in Cheyenne. Over 500 trees planted. And still planting….”

LCCD Fall Newsletter for 2019 (expand to read)

2019 Fall LCCD

Click on the above link to view the current Fall Newsletter from LCCD and see what the District has been up to!

LCCD installs gutter bins in City of Cheyenne

Gutter Bins

Click on the link above to view the video of Jeff Geyer working with the City of Cheyenne to install gutter bins in the storm drains of Cheyenne!

Toadflax information available! (expand for more information)

Toadflax is a huge issue in Laramie County.  Please click on all of the links below for important information for landowners.

Herbicide Control of Dalmatian Toadflax

Invasive Species Fact Sheets-Dalmatian Toadflax

2019-3 DT Management (003)

Dalmatian toadflax brochure

Laramie County Toadflax presentation

Toadflax Identification

Updates on Jane Doe & Feline collared by LCCD (expand to see their latest locations)

A new deer was collared on Feb. 2, 2019!!   She has officially been named “Feline” after Bambi’s mother.  Check out the maps below for both deer locations.

As many of you already know, the Laramie County Conservation District partners with many different agencies to help conserve our natural resources and to promote natural resource education.  One of our most recent partnerships has been with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Central High School.  The project is scheduled to last for two years and will help Central High School’s AP Environmental classes answer valuable questions about where and why Cheyenne’s mule deer travel from place to place in the city.

“Jane Doe” has a fawn:

Below:  Rex Lockman, LCCD, Brian Lamont, WY Game & Fish, & Kim Parfitt, Cheyenne Central High School with “Jane Doe”.

Here are Jane Doe’s locations for week 11/11/19:

New Deer, Feline’s, locations for week 11/11/19:  (3 maps this week)

Filene made a very unusual move for a day and a half.   On Nov. 13 she moved 7 miles south west and stayed over to the 14th and then moved back on the 15th.     The collar sends out a signal every 4 hours and there were not any signals sent out between the two locations.  This means that she traveled the 7 miles in under 4 hours.  It is also a location that she has never been before.  LCCD has no idea why she would have done this.   It is mating season, did a buck cause her to do this?   Usually it is a buck following a doe not the other way around.  Thus, there are 3 maps for Filene, one for each of the central locations then one with both of the central locations.

Update on “Gal Val”:

You may have noticed we have not been posting Gal Val’s locations for several weeks.  As published in the WY Tribune Eagle on 10/4/18, Gal Val died in a vehicle collision on I-25 in September.  The collar was recovered and will be fitted to another mule deer later this year to continue collecting data.

Be sure to check back for more information on the project as it becomes available!

Following is the WY Game & Fish Facebook post text:

  • Students at Cheyenne’s Central High School are tracking GPS-collared mule deer to learn about migration.
  • A grant from the Muley Fanatic Foundation Southeast Wyoming Chapter paid for two GPS collars to help students in Teacher Kim Parfitt’s Advanced Placement Environmental Science class learn about mule deer migration.
  • In mid-January wildlife biologists tranquilized a mule deer doe near the center of town and fitted it with a collar. A second mule deer, “Val”, was tagged on February 14, 2018, and will give the students additional data. Satellite data from the GPS collars will reveal six locations per day for each deer over the next two years.The Laramie County Conservation District and the University of Wyoming’s Biodiversity Citizen’s Science Initiative are assisting with the project. Citizens can see where the deer go and learn more about the project by visiting the following link: https://laramie1.instructure.com/courses/14620
"The History of Conservation District's" by NACD (a short video of how conservation districts were formed)

Past, Present and Future of Conservation Districts

Click on the link above to view a short 10 minute documentary on the history of Conservation District’s!

Services We Provide

  • Implement farm, ranch and forestland conservation practices to protect soil productivity, water quality and quantity, air quality and wildlife habitat;
  • Conserve and restore wetlands, which purify water and provide habitat for birds, fish and numerous other animals;
  • Protect groundwater resources;
  • Assist communities and homeowners to plant trees and other land cover to hold soil in place, clean the air, provide cover for wildlife and beautify neighborhoods;
  • Help developers control soil erosion and protect water and air quality during construction; and
  • Reach out to communities and schools to teach the value of natural resources and encourage conservation efforts.

Nationally and in Wyoming, conservation districts usually operate under the following general policies:

  1. Conservation should be led by local citizens
  2. The final responsibility for conservation lies with the landowner
  3. Landowners have legitimate operating goals
  4. Conservation Districts are responsive to both landowners and operators, and  the community as a whole
  5. The best agricultural land should be maintained for agriculture


Provide Laramie County citizens with the necessary information and technical assistance to support sustainable production from soil and water resources, protect the county’s tax base, control flooding, improve air and water quality, increase wildlife habitat, and protect and promote the health, welfare and safety of Laramie County residents.

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11221 US Highway 30
Cheyenne, WY 82009

(307) 772-2600

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