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LCCD completes 9 Community Enhancement Projects for 2021!

   

The Laramie County Conservation District has completed nine Community Enhancement Projects for 2021!  That’s a total of over $15,750.00 back into Laramie County for natural resource projects.  Projects are not only tree plantings, but we support Rooted in Cheyenne and street tree reestablishment, and the distribution of a Ponderosa pine tree to every 2nd grader throughout Laramie County.

If you have questions about the projects or a project for the future contact the LCCD/772-2600/[email protected]

Latest News

Laramie County Conservation completes Gutter Bin Project!
 
The Rotary Clubs of Cheyenne received a $100,000 grant from Microsoft Inc. to supply the City with 65 additional Gutter Bins, along with our original 14, to improve water quality discharges into Crow Creek. We anticipate stopping between 4 to 7 tons of sediment and trash from entering the creek every year!
The Governor liked the idea so much he wanted one placed in front of the Capitol.
Pictured from left to right (Jeff Geyer-LCCD; Brian Deurloo-Frog Creek Partners, Governor Gordon, Brent Lathrop- Rotary Club)
Tree Protectors are Sold Out - When they are available, LCCD will post information here!

Our tree protectors are sold out.  For alternative forms of tree protection, please call the office at 307-772-2600 or email our Tree Specialist, Clark Young at [email protected] or Tree Technician Dale Beranek at [email protected].

THE LCCD office remains locked to limit patrons in the building. Please call when you arrive for service! 772-2600

The Laramie County Conservation District Office remains locked to the public.

LCCD staff are still at work and will continue to serve Laramie County residents.

Please call the office (307-772-2600) prior to visiting.

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