Western Wyoming RC&D

The Western Wyoming RC&D provides landowners in rural communtities with information on land management and conservation, water resources, and energy conservation.

The RC&D Program is unique in that it supports balance between helping people protect and develop their natural, social and economic resources while improving their area’s economy, environment and quality of life. The balance begins by partnering an RC&D Coordinator from the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) with a local RC&D Council. The RC&D council consists of public and private sector sponsors and local organizations that represent a diverse cross section of community interests. Sponsors include county and city governments, conservation districts, economic districts, Tribal governments, and interested private organizations in the local area.

Each RC&D group is as different as the communities, conservation districts and individuals that they serve. This grassroots involvement is highly valuable in shaping decision making at the local level. The Council, with public involvement, identifies community concerns, establishes goals and objectives, develops strategies and implements their annual work plan through guidance specified in the Council’s five-year Area Plan.

Contact Western Wyoming RC&D

625 S Washington Street
Room C
Afton, Wyoming  83110
Phone: (307) 886-9412
Fax: (307) 886-3744


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Lincoln County, Wyoming
  • Sublette County, Wyoming
  • Sweetwater County, Wyoming
  • Teton County, Wyoming
  • Uinta County, Wyoming

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