NPVCD is now accepting applications for a Tree Technician to begin as part of the seasonal tree crew this year on May 18, 2020 and/or as a full time position beginning after July 1, 2020. If you are available to work starting May 18, 2020 you will be provided on the job training for the full time Tree Technician. This does not limit your ability to apply for the full time position. Please open Application here. Job Description available here. Please print the application, fill it out, scan it, and email it to us by clicking the "Contact Us" button above, or mail it to North Platte Valley Conservation District, 1441 East M Street, Suite B, Torrington WY 82240
Domestic Well Water Testing is provided by the districts free of charge each year if funding is available.
Please check with your local district office for more information. Call 307-532-4880 ext 101
You can find general information regarding water quality from EPA at http://deq.wyoming.gov/wqd/know-your-well/ EPA's National Primary Drinking Water Regulations are available here. Wyoming Water Quality for Livestock and Wildlife are available here.
Conservation Grade Tree and Shrub Sale Opens each fiscal year from September to April.
Tree Planting site surveys begin each September.
See more information by clicking the links at the top of the page. Click this link Tree Application for the 2020 Application. Call the office to schedule a free site survey and learn more about this program. Call 532-4880 ext 101
sponsored by North Platte Valley and South Goshen Conservation Districts, will be held on September 26, 2020 at the Goshen County Weed and Pest Parking Lot between 9:00 am and noon.
All pesticides, fertilizers, insecticides, household cleaners, lead or oil-based paints will be accepted. E-waste collection includes kitchen appliances, small appliances, air conditioners, computers, monitors, cell phones, and all types of batteries. Services are free to the public.
We would like to thank all those who participate in this public service by way of financial donation or with assistance at the event.
Please call 307-575-0126 for further information on solids or liquids not appearing on the above list.
W.S. 11-16-122. Powers and duties of districts and supervisors thereof generally.
(v) Conduct surveys, investigations and research and disseminate information relating to range management, the character of soil erosion, flood prevention or the conservation, development, utilization and disposal of water, and the preventive and control measures and works of improvement needed, but in order to avoid duplication of research activities, no district shall initiate any research program except in cooperation with the government of this state or its agencies, or with the United States or its agencies;
(vi) Conduct demonstration projects within the district on lands owned or controlled by this state or its agencies, with the cooperation of the agency administering and having jurisdiction thereof, and on other lands within the district with the consent of the owner or occupier of the lands, to demonstrate range management practices, the means, methods and measures by which soil and soil resources may be conserved, and soil erosion in the form of soil blowing and washing may be prevented and controlled and works of improvement for flood prevention or the conservation, development, utilization and disposal of water may be carried out;