The SCCD presented their 2021 Conservation Partner Awards at their regular board meeting on March 2nd. Award recipients include Loren Ruttinger with WWC Engineering, Cindi Martinez and Ben Luckey with WDEQ, and the Wolf Creek Charitable Foundation for their contributions in support of the Acme Power Plant Reclamation Effort.

Sheridan County Conservation District

Regular Board Meetings:

1st Tuesday of month at 4:00 pm


Our mission is to protect Sheridan County's water and land quality through assistance programs, education, monitoring and planning.

The SCCD is accepting requests for assistance with water quality improvement projects through May 3rd. Funding is available for projects that address bacteria contributions to waterbodies within the Tongue River, Goose Creek, and Prairie Dog Creek watersheds.

2019-2020 Annual Report Now Available

August 2020

The Sheridan County Conservation District recently released the 2019-2020 Annual Report and the 2020-2021 Annual Plan and Annual Budget.

Spring Workshop Rescheduled

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The Happy Horse Keeping: Mud & Pasture Management Workshop has been cancelled.  We are hoping to reschedule for spring/summer 2021. Updates will be listed here as they become available. 

The Cheatgrass Challenge

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Cooperative partners in Wyoming and Idaho have teamed up to initiate the Cheatgrass Challenge. If you struggle with Cheatgrass or other invasive grasses, read more for information on management strategies, current efforts, and more. 

2020 Contribution Campaign

In 1997, SCCD initiated a membership program to provide an opportunity for local residents to show their support for natural resources in Sheridan County. Funds raised through membership contributions help with programs and services not covered by grants. Submit the 2020 Pledge Form with your contribution today!

May 15th, 2018

The new website for the Acme Power Plant Reclamation Project is up and running. The website includes site history, project info, photos and more. 

Invasive Grasses in Wyoming

Two invasive grasses have been identified in Sheridan and Campbell County.  Medusahead and ventenata are invasive annual grasses with extremely aggressive characteristics.  They can negatively impact pasture and rangeland by excluding desirable native species and reducing livestock forage by up to 70%. 

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Sheridan County Conservation District

1949 Sugarland Drive, Suite 102

Sheridan, WY  82801

(307) 672-5820 ext. 3


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The Sheridan County Conservation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Provider