Rangeland Health and Assessment Program (RHAP) - This program was developed to help get landowners and livestock producers involved with rangeland monitoring efforts on public lands. Many livestock producers in the area lease federal grazing permits for their livestock throughout the year. The Wyoming Department of Agriculture provides funding for federal land management personnel, range contractors, grazing allotment permittee's, and conservation district range specialists to work together to develop range monitoring locations and to collect the necessary data that the federal land management agency has to provide. This will greatly help the renewal process for livestock grazing permits, while promoting communication between the livestock producer and the federal/local government agencies. Below is the link for the RHAP program and additional information. Come by the conservation district office anytime with questions regarding the RHAP program on your federal grazing allotments.