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Thank You, Laramie County!

The Laramie County Conservation District would like to thank all who voted in support of our mill levy during the 2020 election season. This election season you helped our mill levy pass by 65.6%. That is an increase of 3.3% from the previous four years and an increase of 4.6% from the 2012 election season.

Thanks to your efforts, the Laramie County Conservation District will be able to continue putting conservation on the ground. Our conservation efforts benefit residents in urban and rural settings alike with education programs and public outreach events to living snow fence plantings and wildlife habitat improvements.

From everyone at the Laramie County Conservation District – Thank You!

Latest News

*(Updated 11/9/2020)* THE LCCD / FSA / NRCS BUILDING REQUIRES MASKS and APPOINTMENTS, DOORS REMAIN LOCKED.

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 and masks are worn.

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

The Laramie County Conservation District will be closed 11-26-2020

The Laramie County Conservation District office will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday, 11-26-2020. We plan to reopen on Friday, 11-27-2020 at 7:30 am. Please feel free to leave a message at 307-772-2600 or send us an email at [email protected] while we are away.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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 11/9/2020)* Tree Protectors 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 our Tree Specialist, Clark Young at [email protected].

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