Welcome!

Popo Agie Conservation District

221 S. 2nd Street

Lander, WY 82520

(307) 332-3114

pacd.general@gmail.com

Office hours M-F 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Board meetings are the second Wednesday of each month at 11:00 a.m. and are open to the public.




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(updated 8/1/22)

Now Hiring - Healthy Rivers Initiative Coordinator

The Healthy Rivers Initiative (HRI) is a strategic, stakeholder-driven program that strives to ensure the vitality of the Popo Agie River watershed. There are a variety of partners working on several projects. We are looking for a coordinator to be responsible for keeping things on track. This is a part time position in Lander.

Applications will be accepted through August 16, 2022

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PACD Board Vacancy

A rural position on our Board of Supervisors is up for election this November and will be vacant. Two other rural positions are also up for election with the incumbents seeking re-election.

If you are interested in having your name printed on the ballot, file with the Fremont County Clerk's Office between August 10th and 29th. A rural position can be filled by anyone that lives within the Popo Agie Conservation District boundary that lives outside of city limits.

Click here for a list of responsibilities.

Poster Contest Winners

First Place: Finley Roseberry

Second Place: Claire Waggoner

Third Place: Kindree Balderston


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AgriStress Helpline 833-897-2474

We live in stressful times! Even the toughest people need help. People can now call a "hotline" to get help on a variety of ag-related issues. One call can't hurt, so if you're stressed, give them a call.



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Final Invasive Grass 4 panel brochure.pdf

Invasive Weeds - Be On The Lookout

While ventenata and medusahead have not been found in Fremont County, these invaders have made their way into the northeastern part of Wyoming in recent years. Early Detection and Rapid Response (EDRR) is an important weed management strategy aimed at finding and managing invasive weed populations quickly. Your help in reporting these species is critical. If you believe you have identified either of these grasses, please contact Fremont County Weed & Pest Office at 307-332-1052 as soon as possible.

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