The Bureau of Reclamation will be lowering the water level in Guernsey Reservoir as the 2017 irrigation season draws to a close. Read on...
The Wyoming Public Lands Initiative (WPLI) is a collaborative, county-led process intended to result in one, multi-county legislative lands package that is broadly supported by public lands stakeholders in Wyoming, and advanced to the Congressional delegation for introduction in Congress. The ultimate goal is a new federal law that governs the designation and management of Wyoming’s 42 Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and 3 U.S. Forest Service (USFS) Wilderness Study Areas (WSAs) in Wyoming; and, where opportunities exist, addresses other public land management issues affecting the broader landscape.
The Wyoming County Commissioners Association (WCCA) has established principles and guidelines for the Wyoming Public Lands Initiative (WPLI). Details on how Natrona County is participating can be found here.
Be sure to visit the WPLI Hub for more information and an interactive map.
Natrona County's very own Karla Case was recently interviewed by the Casper Star Tribune about the Cent$ible Nutrition Program. Read the entire article here.
The mission of the Cent$ible Nutrition Program is simple: Help Wyoming families eat better for less. It is open to the public and free for those who qualify. Find our more by exploring the resource page or sign-up for the newsletter.
Congratulations Karla for supporting Natrona County families with your dedication to Cent$ible Nutrition!