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Range Monitoring Resources
Links to range monitoring resources, UW Cooperative Extension Service Sustainable Management of Rangeland Resources Initiative Website and Range Management Schools information. 

Soils Information
Soils is part of the National Cooperative Soil Survey, an effort of Federal and State agencies, universities, and professional societies to deliver scientifically based soil information.  WACD has worked with the Wyoming Congressional delegation for the past several years to obtain Congressional earmarks to accelerate the completion of the soil survey in Wyoming.  In addition, the Wyoming State Lands and Investments office dedicated funds in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

Plant Materials Information
The NRCS Plant Materials Program selects conservation plants and develops innovative planting technology to solve the nation's most important resource concerns. The Program includes a network of 26 Plant Materials Centers and associated Plant Materials Specialists serving all 50 states and territories.

RESOURCES
Wind Energy Development Guide available to Wyoming Landowners
Wyoming's first reference guide on commercial wind development was released on June 3, by the University of Wyoming's Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources.  Click here for full news release and additional information.

District Land Use & Natural Resource Plans

Subdivision Reviews
Teton Conservation District Subdivision Review Checklist

 

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Mission: The Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts provides leadership for the conservation of Wyoming's soil and water resources, promotes the control of soil erosion, promotes and protects the quality of Wyoming's waters, reduce siltation of stream channels and reservoirs, promote wise use of Wyoming's water, and all other natural resources, preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, protect the tax base and promote the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of this state through a responsible conservation ethic.