Teton Conservation District

Agricultural Assistance

Agricultural Assistance Project

Wyoming State Statutes authorize a broad array of involvement by Conservation Districts in agricultural support. Statutes reference the capacity for involvement with management, demonstration projects, and research on range lands and croplands. The development and implementation of resource use and management plans for range improvements, and control and prevention of soil erosion, is also identified.

Based on these statutes, TCD’s vision is to improve and maintain fencing infrastructure and water developments, support the collection of vegetation and soil data on rangelands, address wildlife and livestock conflict issues, rehabilitate damaged range, and enhance and conserve native soils.  In addition, TCD will support specific irrigation improvements for water conservation, erosion control, and other natural resource benefits. The support of small acreage and indoor agriculture  as well as collaborative research to improve natural resources and production on range, are planned.

Please explore some of the links below to learn more about our Agricultural Assistance Projects.
 

+ Native Plants

+ Completed Agricultural Projects

+ Farm & Ranch Pasture Management

+ Small Acreage Rural Living Handbook

+ Links & Resources