Popo Agie Conservation District

221 S. 2nd Street

Lander, WY 82520

(307) 332-3114


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

Our Office Is Closed To The Public

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, we are adopting a policy to limit contact between people. Our doors will be locked to the public but you can still reach us by email or call our main phone number. We will have a cooler at our front door where you can drop things off and we can have things available for you to pick up, but you MUST call in advance to make arrangements. Things look a little different, but we are still conducting business!

Kelsey: pacd.beck@gmail.com or cell phone (307) 349-2063

Dave: david.morneau@wy.nacdnet.net

Diana: pacd.olson@gmail.com

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Current Events

(updated 05/22/20)

Water Supply Outlook

Snotel (Snowpack Telemetry) is an automated system of snowpack and related climate sensors.

WRDS (Water Resources Data System) provides snow water equivalent stats.

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Landscape Fabric & Staples

We have landscape fabric and staples in stock year round. The fabric is 3 to 3.2 oz. per square yard. The staples are 8 ga. wire and are 8" long.

Fabric 300' roll 6' width $98 300' roll 4' width $72

Staples box of 500 $66 bundle of 50 $10

Backyard Bags/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 year round. Click here for more information.

Your choice - $20

Victory Garden 2020

UW Extension partnered with Sprouts Greenhouse to support the Victory Garden 2020 campaign. UW provided a series of weekly classes during April and May. Click titles below to watch the recorded presentations.

Permaculture Workshop 2 (1).pdf

Permaculture Workshop

June 19, 20 & 21

Permaculture utilizes a set of principles when designing features. It is a holistic approach and considers natural ecosystems and what makes them resilient.

· The introductory session (June 19) is free and includes dinner, registration is required. This session is a perquisite to participating in the workshop over the next two days.

· The workshop (June 20 & 21) will be hands on and costs $125.

For more information and to register visit cwclander.evenbrite.com. For further assistance call 307-332-3394 or email landercenter@cwc.edu.

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HRI - Project Overview final LOR.mp4

HRI - Overview

The Healthy Rivers Initiative was established to build a working group that encompasses all stakeholder groups within the Popo Agie Watershed that are interested in our water resources. The working group will help strategize and build upon past efforts while working towards the long term solution of improving our water quality and quantity.

If you would like to stay informed and participate in this process, click here to provide your contact information.

Staying Connected

Our board meetings are the first Wednesday of the month and are open to the public. Due to COVID19 social distancing protocol, our board meetings will be conducted remotely.

Our next board meeting is Wednesday, June 3rd at 11:00am

If you would like to join the meeting, call in on this phone number: (301) 715-8592