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.
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Western Meat School online
Interested in building a direct market meat business? Want to spread risk and improve profitability for your livestock operation?
The Niche Meat Processor Assistance Network of Oregon State University is pleased to announce that we now have a 100% online and self-paced short course called the Western Meat School. In this course you will learn all the essentials for direct marketing niche meat from experts in production, marketing, processing & pricing.
Registration for the Western Meat School online is now open.
UCCD's 2021 Redbooks are in!
If you are a livestock owner or manager, stop by to pick one up while our supply lasts.
Redbooks are pocket-sized books used by livestock owners to keep record of herd and grazing information.
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.
Wyoming SNOTEL Current Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) % Normal. USDA/NRCS April 12, 2021.
Current conditions and an outlook for the spring runoff in 2021.
Nov 25, 2020 hydrologic update for Wyoming—current conditions and an outlook for the spring runoff in 2021.
Learn about weather, climate, drought, and relevant USDA FSA resources for producers from experts with the Wyoming State Climate Office, National Weather Service Cheyenne, University of Wyoming faculty & staff, and a USDA FSA State Specialist. The video was recorded at a roundtable which occurred at the recent University of Wyoming Ag & Hort conference.
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.