Welcome to the Dubois-Crowheart Conservation District

Conserving Natural Resources And The Wyoming way of life

Thank you for visiting our site! Formed in 1945, the Dubois-Crowheart Conservation District is responsible for the conservation of soil, water, wildlife and related natural resources within our region.

The district includes parts of the Wind River Mountains to the South and West, the Absaroka Mountains to the North and the Wind River Indian Reservation to the East.

Mission Statement:

Advocate for education, research, cooperative projects, protection and conservation practices that promote the long-term viability of the land, water, vegetation, wildlife and air quality resources within the District.

Conservation and Advocacy


K-12 outreach, rural cost share program, conservation trees and more.

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What's Happening

Stay up to date on district programs, educational articles and interesting news on natural resources.

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Long Range Plan

Gain a better understanding of soil and water conservation within the DCCD.

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Water Quality/Well Sampling

Efforts to maintain and/or improve the quality and quantity of ground and surface water.

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Learn more about conservation efforts and the DCCD.