To be a leader in NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION by providing resources, education, technical assistance and information for the development and improvement of our natural resources, to promote and protect agriculture, protect the tax base and promote the health, welfare and safety of Uinta County residents.
To the Uinta County Conservation District!
Held on the 3rd Thursday of the month:
Nov-Feb 6 pm
Mar-Oct 8 pm
Phone: (307) 787-3070
Fax: (307) 787-3058
204 East Sage St.
Lyman, WY 82937
Mon. - Thurs.
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
We would be happy to meet with you outside of these hours by appointment.
2020 Redbooks Gone
Check with us in December of each year for the next year's Redbook.
Redbooks are pocket-sized books used by livestock owners to keep record of herd and grazing information.
Check back often for our latest news, workshop dates and seasonal information.
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Code of the West
"Life in the country can be rich and rewarding, treasured by both Uinta County residents who have been here for generations, and those who have recently moved here."
Protecting our way of life in Wyoming is
important for our future.
Read the Uinta County Code of the West for more information about the ethics we hold as Uinta County residents when it comes to living, building and developing in Uinta County.
Wildflower Virtual Tour
Do you wonder about the plants you encounter on your outdoor adventures in Uinta County?
Each week during the summer, UCCD will highlight at least one native plant.
In addition, we want YOU to send pictures of the wildflowers from Uinta County that you would like to know more about.
Wyo Grape Guide
Interested in growing grapes in Wyoming?
Hard copies of the Wyoming Grape Guide are now available at the UCCD office in Lyman.
Copies are free. We will ask for your name and email address so the University of Wyoming Extension and Barnyards & Backyards authors can follow up at a later date to see if this guide has been useful to you.
You can also view/download a copy at www.barnyardsandbackyards.com.
Not a Uinta County resident?
Every inch of Wyoming is covered by one of the 34 Conservation Districts.
Find your local Conservation District at www.conservewy.com.