This popular grant program began in 2002 as a way to assist Albany County residents with conservation projects at home, on their land and in the community. It awards applicants with approved projects up to a 50% match of project costs.
Grants up to $5,000 are available for projects that benefit the public and promote the quality of Albany County’s water and all other natural resources.
Our hostorical tree & shrub supplier can no longer fulfill tree orders for Wyoming conservation districts at this time. Therefore, LRCD will have very limited varieties and quantities of trees & shrubs available for purchase this year.
Water is one of the most important compounds on earth. All life must have water to survive.
We collect water many different ways.
Wildlife is one of Albany County's most cherished natural resources. At LRCD we work under the principle that our fish and wildlife belong to all Americans, and that they need managed in a way that their populations are sustained forever.
Laramie Rivers Conservation District rents equipment for land conservation and range improvements.
Click here to see photos of previous cost share projects!
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