Serving you since 1942

Seedling Trees

Last day to order trees is Monday, April 15th.

Click here for the order form.

221 S. 2nd Street

Lander, WY 82520

Phone:  (307) 332-3114

Fax:  (307) 332-3855

Email:  pacd.general@gmail.com

Monthly board meeting are the first Wednesday of the month at 11:00 am and are open to the public.

Backyard Bag / Garden Totes

PACD is excited to offer these incredibly useful, reusable bags!  These little beauties are light weight, strong, fold flat for storage and stand up by themselves even when empty.  These bags can be used for yard work, garden produce, recycling, laundry, firewood, toys, etc.  Bags can be purchased at our office. 

 Backyard Bag                   Garden Tote 

    (10 cu ft.)                           (5 cu. ft.)

Click here for more information and specs on the bags.


Website Facelift

We are in the process of updating our website.  We hope to have it done by June. Keep in mind you may need to delete some history/cache and update the bookmark to see the new site.  We'll keep you posted.

Your choice - $20 each


Click the image to the right to see our latest newsletter - April 2019.  

Notice: From now on, our quarterly newsletters will go out electronically.  For 2019, we plan to print only two of our four newsletters and send them out via regular mail (spring and fall).  If we do not have your email, you will only receive two newsletters this year instead of all four.  (ALL of our newsletters are available on our website under the RESOURCES tab.)


The Wyoming Resources Data System website shows the snow water equivalent (SWE) and total precipitation by watershed. 

Under “WIND RIVER” you will find Deer Park and South Pass which influence the  Little Popo Agie, Townsend Creek which influences the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie, and Hobbs Park which influences the Little Wind. 

 Click here then scroll to "Wind River"

Updated 4/12/19

Well Water Testing Day - Wednesday May 22nd

We offer free and cost-share testing of well water once a year.  

Click here to see more info.

Stay Informed - gasoline discharge in the Middle Fork

April 2, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. the Lander Fire Department responded to a report of gas fumes coming from the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie River.  EPA, Wyoming Dept. of Environmental Quality, City of Lander, and other support people are working on stopping the discharge and cleaning up the spill.

Click here to stay informed.