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Welcome to The Meeteetse Conservation District

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In The News -

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Meeteetse Conservation District Calendar

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Vision Statement

  • Quality of Life - A clean and healthy environment that allows a peaceful and secure lifestyle, and culture that develops and enhances community pride, with the opportunity to make our own choices both now and in the future.
  • Forms of Production - Continue to provide, promote or encourage the motive and means for the optimum production of resources to enhance economic opportunity and the quality of life for our community.
  • Future Resource Base - Through careful local planning, control succession by the coordinated management of the water cycle, mineral cycle, and energy flow, to provide for a sustainable and optimum landscape and which in turn will provide the wealth, values and other needs of our community, within the constraints of the United States and Wyoming Constitution, and the strict framework of the Bill of Rights.

Our Location

The Meeteetse Conservation District (MCD) is located 35 miles south of Cody, WY and abuts the Shoshone National Forest on the western side of the Big Horn Basin.

Our Purpose

Conservation districts in Wyoming are governed by 5 locally elected officials and are charged specifically, pursuant to Wyoming §§ 11-16-101 et seq., with the protection of natural resources, stabilization of farming and ranching operations, protection of public lands and protection of the tax base.
Read more about our goals and policies.