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Wyoming Rural Living

It's not only farmers and ranchers who benefit from Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) expertise. People in suburban and urban areas do, too. We work with homeowners, business people, and local governments to prevent soil erosion, keep water clean and plentiful, create and preserve green spaces, and reduce the impacts of floods. And when communities and individuals need to meet State and local requirements for natural resources quality and management, we have the knowledge and experience to help them, as well.

The Wyoming Rural Living Resources Guide and the Barnyards & Backyards project provide information, events, and resources for rural residents interested in sustainable land management and backyward conservation on:

  • pasture management               
  • landscaping
  • animal health
  • streams, irrigation, and water quality
  • wildlife habitat
  • enterprise management
  • trees and shrubs
  • and more!

Additional Information for Homeowners, Urban and Suburban Land Users

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