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 Dubois Crowheart              Conservation District



        Dubois-Crowheart Conservation District

          Helping you protect soil, water, air, wildlife and our way of life

Bighorn Sheep rams in November on Whiskey Mountain, Wind River Mountains, Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming. Photos of Big Horn Sheep by: Jeff Vanuga

DCCD Board Meetings are normally the first Wednesday of every month. They are at 7:00 pm at the DCCD offices. The meetings are open to the public.




Last Modified on February 9, 2016

Mission Statement

The Dubois Crowheart Conservation District provides leadership for the conservation and management of the area’s natural resources. Promoting and sustaining research, education, cooperative projects, sound conservation practices and a visible advocacy; for land, water, vegetation, wildlife and air quality helps protect the tax base and ensures the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of the District.

Rams butting heads at Whiskey Basin Sheep Range, Shoshone National Forest, near Dubois, Wyoming.

Bighorn Sheep rams head butting during the fall rut in November on Whiskey Mtn, Wind River Mountains, Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming.