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Summer Solstice

Wednesday June 21


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  • Poster contest winners have been announced and contacted.

  • Thank you to all 60 students who participated this year.

  • Visit the Poster Contest page to view the winning posters.

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  • Info about our 2023 well water testing day will be posted Soon. 

  • Check our Well Water Testing page.

  • Contact us if you have any questions!

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  • Upcoming Backyard Composting Class

  • Water Striders

  • Bear River Projects

  • Wyoming Native Plant Month, Well Water Testing, Lyman FFA greenhouse sale...

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  • Wyoming SNOTEL Current Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) % of Normal

  • Updated daily

  • USDA NRCS National Water and Climate Center 

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  • Wyoming State Statutes require developers of all subdivisions to obtain a review regarding soil suitability for various urban uses, erosion control, flooding hazards, and sedimentation. UCCD is responsible for all Uinta County subdivision reviews.

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  • If you are a Uinta County livestock owner or manager, stop by to pick one up:

  • Uinta County Conservation District Office, 204 E Sage, Lyman, M-Th 8-4

  • University of Wyoming Extension Office, 228 9th St, Evanston, M-F 8-5

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  • WCHS is stakeholder engagement effort aimed at engaging the ag community to identify ways to support producers in the voluntary adoption of soil health practices on croplands and grazing lands. 

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  • Home composting is an excellent way to save money on trash disposal by recycling organic kitchen & garden waste into a useful soil amendment that can benefit your lawn and garden. UCCD encourages home composting. Check out the resources!

  • Soil Health is an important topic.

  • Find information about UCCD sponsored workshops, Wyoming Collaborative for Healthy Soils workshops and surveys, as well as additional resources on this page.

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  • Uinta County rancher, Shaun Sims was highlighted in a short video produced by the Public Lands Council, American Sheep Industry Association, & National Grazing Land Coalition.

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