New Discovery Sessions added. Learn new skills & new ways to enjoy the outdoors. Biking, bats, paddling, equestrian & more!

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Effective June 14: Pets must be on leash at all times on all Soldier Ridge Trail System trails.

learn about places where you and your pet can enjoy our beautiful Bighorns backyard off-leash and on

Community Activities

Shaping healthy communities in and around the Sheridan, Wyoming area.

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Land Conservation


Working with private landowners to preserve working ranches, healthy rivers & creeks, and wildlife habitat.

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Trails & Recreation

Trails & Recreation

Creating accessible recreation opportunities to connect people with the places they love and to cultivating healthy communities.

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Historic Preservation

Explore our Community’s History

Preserving and telling the story of Sheridan County’s unique history.

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Recent News

North Bighorns Mule Deer update

In the last few weeks the collared deer have been making some moves from winter to summer ranges. Here are a few updates from Carrie Kyle, the Graduate Research Assistant in the Kauffman Lab with [...]

Trail tips & tricks from Ronnie

SCLT Trail Builder & Construction Supervisor Ronnie Wagner has a few trail tips for our community. These tips are great for SCLT trails locally and for anywhere you explore outdoors. I just wanted to share [...]

Spring Into Summer with SCLT

The “Great Greening” is underway across Sheridan County – and no, I’m not talking about all those green license plates traveling north to enjoy our Wyoming Wonderland. The “Great Greening” is that gorgeous time of [...]

Get Involved!

Volunteers are the heart and soul of conservation in Sheridan County. No matter your age or ability,
there’s a place for you to make a difference through Sheridan Community Land Trust.