Lincoln Conservation District

In 1941, the Wyoming State Legislature recognized the need for a local governmental entity which would assist landowners and resource users with conservation practices and provide leadership in natural resource management issues and efforts. As a result, legislation was enacted which enabled the formation of local Conservation Districts and the election of Conservation District Supervisors.

The overall goal of the Lincoln Conservation District covers three major areas of concern:

  • Quality of Life
    • The LCD is committed to the conservation and wise use of the soil, water, and related natural resources of southern Lincoln County in order to provide all of its residents an opportunity to live a healthy, happy, stable, and productive lifestyle. The LCD board members will do their best to provide the necessary leadership, promote good, sound, on the ground conservation practices, and will continue to provide a variety of educational training to accomplish this goal.
  • Community Natural Resource Management
    • The LCD will continue to work closely with local communities to assist, promote, and protect public lands and natural resources, soil, water and wildlife resources, to develop water, to prevent floods, to stabilize ranching and industry, to protect the tax base, and to provide for public safety, health, and welfare of district citizens.
  • Landscape
    • The LCD desires to develop an aesthetically pleasing place for local residents and visitors. Efforts will be initiated to develop a diversity of trees, shrubs, and grasses throughout all areas of the District, emphasizing the need to have open spaces along with residential and industrial development.

The Lincoln Conservation District provides assistance to:

  • Ranchers
  • Individuals
  • Managers retained by absentee landowners
  • Small acreage landowners
  • Companies and consultants associated with oil and gas development
  • Local Groups (youth and adult)
  • Local, State and Federal units of government
  • Realtors

The Lincoln Conservation District does these things for our citizens:

  • Promotes water quality improvement projects and provides assistance to residents, urban and rural, regarding water quality issues.
  • Provides information and education to individuals and organizations on natural resource issues.
  • Provides and enhances recreation and wildlife opportunities for residents and visitors.
  • Conserves timber and rangeland.
  • Monitors state and federal agency actions and decisions to ensure private landowner rights are represented.

Alternate Contacts:

  • DeMont Grandy,
  • Wade Payne,

Contact Lincoln Conservation District

Contact Lincoln Conservation District

Brenda Lazcanotegui
Conservation District Clerk
110 Pine Street
PO Box 98
Cokeville, Wyoming  83114
Phone: (307) 279-3256
Fax: (307) 279-3024


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Lincoln County, Wyoming