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WRDS serves as the Wyoming State Climate Office (SCO) and, as such, we provide a variety of services ranging from the development of enhanced drought-monitoring products to the online dissemination of water resources publications.
WRDS/SCO also supports a variety of stakeholder groups by assisting in the development of the State Water Plan and helping to coordinate long-term monitoring efforts throughout the region.
NACD’s mission is to promote responsible management and conservation of natural resources on all lands by representing locally-led conservation districts and their associations through grassroots advocacy, education and partnerships.
WACD is a nonprofit organization that represents Wyoming’s 34 conservation districts and their 170 elected Board members. Conservation districts are local units of government established under state law (11-16-101 et. seq.) to carry out natural resource management programs at the local level. Districts work with landowners, counties, cities, towns and other community organizations to conserve land and water resources on private and public lands in the United States.