What is a Watershed Study?The Wyoming Water Development Office (WWDO) has funded
($375,000) a watershed study in the Upper Snake River basin.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate watershed conditions, needs, and
opportunities on irrigated lands, rangelands, wetlands, and streams.The project consultant
has provided the Teton Conservation District (TCD) with a watershed plan
that outlines possible land and water improvements in partnership
with landowners. Although the consultant's work is done, there is now the oppourtunity for land owners to bring projects forward to TCD to assess for bringing before the WWDO for partial funding. Potential opportunities could include; water and land
improvements, irrigation rehabilitation, livestock and wildlife water
development, and stream enhancement.
Olsson Associates was the project consultant for the watershed study.TCD will act as the sponsor for WWDO's Small Water Project Program (SWPP) grants. The application deadline to TCD will occur in late fall. Please contact us directly for more information on the application process.
Access the completed Level 1 Watershed Study by clicking here. The Executive Summary is available here. Project maps are accessible here.
For an interactive Google Earth map, Click here (Google Earth required).
If you have any questions, please contact Jodee Pring, Project Manager, WWDO at (307)777-7626 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Carlin Girard, Water Resource Specialist, TCD at 307-733-2110 or email@example.com