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Trumpeter Swans Thrive on NRCS Wetlands Projects

The largest waterfowl in North America, the Trumpeter Swan, is making a home in the Wind River Valley of Wyoming thanks to wetlands habitat made possible through NRCS’ Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP), now part of the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program.

2,132 Acres of Habitat Protected at Wapiti Ridge

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Natural Resources Conservation Service worked with a private landowner to permanently protect 2,132 acres of wildlife habitat in southeast Wyoming.

National Conservation Planning Partnership

Resources available for leadership and employee engagement. Click here for more info.

Cleaner Water through Partnerships

One of the largest projects in Wyoming to clean up a polluted water body was completed in 2015 due to the efforts of local stakeholders and help from the NRCS.

No-Till & Cover Crops Show Promise for Wyoming Farm

Farming in a semi-desert, Richard and Garrett Klein hope more living roots and less tillage will reduce irrigation needs and improve compacted, light soils. Story used with permission from No-Till Farmer.



Garrett Ranch

Click here for info about Garrett Ranch Co. - 2017 Leopold Conservation Award.

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