LDCD Board Meetings

Board meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the district office 621 W. Fetterman and are open to the public.

Apr. - Oct - 7:00 pm

Nov. - Mar - 6:00 pm

 

Welcome to the Lake DeSmet Conservation  District

www.ldcd.org (Users of browsers other than Internet Explorer please click here.)

Crazy Woman Canyon

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Working to conserve and enhance natural resources in Johnson County since 1946.

Address: 621 W. Fetterman, Buffalo, WY 82834 Phone: 307-684-2526 ext. 4

Powder River Basin Reclamation Resources

Here is a link to an information resource for landowners making decisions about the decommission and reclamation of coal bed methane fields

Last Modified on December 2, 2014

For WEB site issues please contact Jim Hurley

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LDCD received an email from a lady whose daughter was doing research about recycling and who came across the LDCD Recycling Page during her research. Her daughter wanted us to know about an article about recycling that she found. She found the article on the Berkey Filters WEB site, it was written by Lynn Taylor who works for Berkey Filters. We agree that it is an article that is worth reading and have a link to a copy of the article here.

 

Conservation Cost Share Funds

The 2015 Natural Resource Cost Share Applications will be available on the website after January, 2015.

The Sage Grouse Initiative (SGI) is offered in 11 Western states under the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) and the Wildlife Incentives Program (WHIP).  The purpose is to provide assistance to agricultural producers to implement practices that will alleviate or reduce threats to sage-grouse habitat.  For more information go to  www.sagegrouseinitiative.com.

 

Looking for information for your new home on the range?

Check out: Range and Wildlife Page and the Buying Johnson County Land Page

The Snow Report is available starting in January

The Natural Resources Conservation Service, Snow Survey main page is here and the direct link to the snow report is here, scroll down until you find the section of the report that you are interested in.

 

MISSON STATEMENT

The Lake DeSmet Conservation District is dedicated to the development and implementation of programs to provide leadership and technical assistance for the conservation of Johnson County’s natural resources, agricultural heritage and resource base, to promote the control of soil erosion, to promote and protect the quality and quantity of Wyoming’s waters and all other natural resources, to preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, to protect the tax base and to promote the health, safety and general welfare of the residents of this County through responsible conservation planning.

Sage Grouse CCAA (Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances)  and CCA (Candidate Conservation Agreement)

For more information, contact: CCAA Educational Project Coordinator - Leanne Correll, Sun Agri LLC

4WyomingAg@gmail.com (307)-920-1200

 

To obtain a copy of the CCAA Information packet including applications, call Wyoming Stock Growers Association at (307) 638-3942 or download from www.wysga.org. You will find much more information on these programs at the www.wysga.org link.

Landowner’s Approach to Umbrella CCAA, Landowner Handbook, Landowner Information Brochure, CCAA/CCA Forms and Templates, CCAA Latest Updates, and CCAA/CCA Education Program Calendar

  VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

The Lake DeSmet Conservation District is now accepting applications/resumes for District Manager.  The position is an “At Will”, Full-Time position.  Benefits include medical insurance and State of Wyoming retirement plan.  The position will require knowledge and understanding of local agriculture and natural resources, additional demonstrated skills should include office administration and management, budget experience, computer skills in Microsoft Office programs, Geographical Information System skills, grant writing skills, leadership and communication skills.  Must have a combination of training and experience equivalent to a 4-yr. college degree in a Natural Resource or agriculture related field plus three years of experience in a natural resource and management setting.  More details on the Position Opening and a comprehensive Job Description, along with where to send your applications/resumes, is available HERE.

TREE ORDER FORMS

 

We are taking Tree Orders  for 2015 delivery, you can pick up order forms at the office. Mature tree varieties are VERY limited this year from our supplier.  Please order early to get the ones you want.