‘Meeting of the Minds:’ WCC Crews Meet Project Heads Including Governor’s Staff

    June 14, 2017 - POLE MOUNTAIN, Medicine Bow National Forest - At noon, we had two crews hike into the Summit Trailhead near the Headquarters Trail which crews have been working on to improve drainage and trail tread as International Mountain Biking Standards (IMBA) require for beautiful multi-use trails.  There, we met some … Continue reading ‘Meeting of the Minds:’ WCC Crews Meet Project Heads Including Governor’s Staff

WCC AmeriCorps Leaders Building Raised Beds for the Laramie Community

Every spring, the Wyoming Conservation Corps' AmeriCorps crew leaders volunteer their time to serve the Laramie Valley. Since 2010, crew leaders have worked with the Laramie Rivers Conservation District (LRCD) in a number of capacities providing spring time labor for LRCD's mission in Albany County. This year, our leaders are designing and building a variety … Continue reading WCC AmeriCorps Leaders Building Raised Beds for the Laramie Community

Devon Energy’s Commitment Runs Deep in Conservation and the WCC

This 2016 year, Devon Energy piloted two more conservation projects on Wyoming's public land connecting the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the United States Forest Service (USFS) to the Wyoming Conservation Corps to tear down non-wildlife friendly fences, enhance habitat, remove noxious plants, pick up trash, and a little trail work. It is a … Continue reading Devon Energy’s Commitment Runs Deep in Conservation and the WCC

Volunteer Day

Buford Foundation Ranch, Centennial, WY - On Saturday April 2nd, the Wyoming Conservation Corps teamed up with a number of organizations to help wildlife west of Laramie on Highway 130.     Who: Wyoming Conservation Corps, Fish and Wildlife Services Wyoming Wildlife Federation, UW Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Laramie Rivers Conservation District, and … Continue reading Volunteer Day

Getting Stuff Done – 2015 Field Season Summary

Since our first season in 2006, the WCC has fulfilled our promise of leadership in public service. We take pride in knowing that we are investing in our leaders and members to be the next generation of land managers. Our focus on education provides WCC members upper-division college credit, educational scholarships, and provides context to … Continue reading Getting Stuff Done – 2015 Field Season Summary

WCC makes the Basin ReBoot News

Copied and Pasted from Basin ReBoot News  Wyo Conservation Corps teams with WGFD to build new, much-needed pronghorn fence http://basinreboot.com/2015/08/03/wyo-conservation-corps-teams-with-wgfd-to-build-new-much-needed-pronghorn-fence/ (Wyoming)  —Thanks to another cooperative wildlife project, pronghorn antelope can now navigate fencing along their migration route in antelope hunt area 93 northwest of Green River. The previous fence has been a major road block … Continue reading WCC makes the Basin ReBoot News