A new guide to help you promote pollinators on your place is now available. The guide provides information on various pollinators in Wyoming, their life cycles and ways to promote their well-being on your place. Promoting crop pollination with pollinators is also covered. In addition the guide includes an introduction to beekeeping in Wyoming.
Stop by our office to pick one up (quantities are limited) or click here to view the publication.
The Watershed Forum kicked off on the eve of March 22nd with keynote speaker Bob Budd, Executive Director of the Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust. Friday was jam-packed with interesting and informative sessions concerning agricultural and recreational water uses, water resources, planning, stream flow, storage, and water projects.
Click here for presentations.
Trees are selling fast. Click here for the most up to date information on what is available.
PACD, in partnership with the University of Wyoming and the National Weather Service, has installed a stage gauge downstream of the Coal Mine Road Bridge in Lyons Valley. The gauge is currently transmitting air and water temperature and precipitation. The water level (stage) will start being transmitted in March.
Click here to view this real time information.
For three-quarters of a century, PACD has worked cooperativly to help conserve the natural resources within the district. Seventy-five years of conservation has created a long list of partners to thank!
221 S. 2nd Street
Lander, WY 82520
Phone: (307) 332-3114
Fax: (307) 332-3855
The Garden Expo is a FREE family friendly event that features a trade show and educational workshops. The event is geared toward folks that love to garden, spend time in their backyard, or recreate in the great outdoors.
Click here for more information.
Click here for the latest newsletter - April 2018.
Every five years we review and update our Long Range Plan to ensure that we are focusin on topics that matter most to our community. Your input will influence what we focus on for 2019-2024.
Click here to fill out the survey
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 $20.00 Garden Tote $15.00
(10 cu ft.) (5 cu. ft.)
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