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Invasive Species 


Range Assistance 



Curt Gowdy / Pole Mountain cheatgrass project

This spring over 7,800 acres of cheatgrass was sprayed to improve wildlife habitat.   Cheatgrass is an invasive annual grass that outcompetes native vegetation.  Now the native vegetation in this area will thrive.  This will improve wildlife habitat, increase wildflowers for the pollinators, and decrease soil erosion.    For more information on this project, cheatgrass, or any weeds email

The District offers technical assistance to address various land management concerns of owners with both small acreages and larger operations.  Email or call Rex Lockman, LCCD Wildlife & Range Specialist at or call 307-772-2600 for free assistance on the following:

  • Grazing management

  • Proper fertilizer and pesticide use

  • Landscaping for low maintenance and water conservation

  • Composting and manure management

  • Seeding recommendations

  • Weed identification and control recommendations.  Link to “Weeds of the West” is:

The District also offers a seed drill for rent.  Four feet wide.  Seed pastures, disturbed areas, or weedy areas. Pull behind ATV or large (20 hp) garden/lawn tractor.

The cost is $100.00 weekday rental fee (Mon.-Thurs.) & $200.00 weekends (pickup Friday’s between 3:00-3:30 pm). For "how to" videos of operation, click on the YouTube link on the top of the home page.


Please call the office at 772-2600 or email to reserve.

The following websites offer information on grazing, poisonous plants, and small acreages: Grazing Management Information:

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