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The Wyoming Department of Agriculture assists the citizens of Wyoming to live safe and healthy lives, promote and preserve our agricultural community, be responsible stewards of our natural resources, and achieve integrity in the marketplace.

The WDA is comprised of five divisions: Administrative Services, Analytical Services (Chemistry & Microbiology Laboratories), Consumer Health Services, Natural Resources & Policy, and Technical Services.

The Hot Springs Conservation District works closely with the Wyoming DOA to support residents and strives to:


  • Enhance abilities of Conservation Districts to protect surface and groundwater quality and enhance natural resources.

  • Give districts definite responsibilities regarding watershed planning and natural resource management.

  • Assist districts in developing coalitions with all natural resource users, managers, and owners.

  • Continue comprehensive training program for Conservation District officials to be leaders in fulfilling the needs of constituents for water quality and enhanced natural resources.

  • Improve recognition of quality district projects as examples of others.

  • Utilize Conservation District Supervisors and Staff as leaders in the CRM program

  • Provide grants and maintain election records for local conservation Districts.

  • Obtain stable funding for active districts.

Check out the available grant funding on the Applications page.

Wyoming Department of Agriculture: About Us
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