It goes without saying that water is one of the most precious resources in our District.

Here is an alphabetical listing of water resources.


Reach out to us if you need help knowing which ditch you're on or who to contact for issues on your ditch.

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Flood - Current Conditions

There are several reporting stations in our area. You can also look at state wide information.

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Flood - Mitigation

We are in partnership with the City of Lander to work on ways to mitigate the impact from flooding.

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Harmful Cyanobacteria Blooms

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality manages a website that offers the most up-to-date information regarding HCBs.

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Healthy River Initiative

The Healthy Rivers Initiative was established in 2016 to build a working group that will help strategize and build upon past efforts while working towards the long term solution of improving our water quality and quantity.

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Popo Agie Watershed

The Popo Agie Watershed contains three main streams (North Fork, Middle Fork, Little Popo Agie). The headwaters begin at the Continental Divide in the Wind River Mountain Range and the watershed ends near Arapahoe where the Popo Agie River joins the Little Wind River.

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Watershed Improvement Districts

By state statute, Watershed Improvement Districts are formed and overseen by conservation districts.

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Water Quality

The Middle Fork has impaired reaches due to levels of E. Coli bacteria. We monitor water quality during the recreation season (May - September). We have had success at addressing the impairment.

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Water Supply Outlook

Snowpack Telemetry provides live reporting of snow pack in our mountains. Printed reports are also available regarding water supply outlook.

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Well Water Testing

Annually, we offer a Well Water Testing Day, usually the third Wednesday in May. This special day allows people living withing our conservation district boundary to receive free and reduced cost testing on their well water.

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