WYO Gives is today July 10!

Just launched: The Iron Riders Trail history tour

Next Fresh Tracks Volunteer Nights each Tuesday at 6 pm

Pocket Nature Guides for Red Grade and Soldier Ridge

Children helping out in conserving Sheridan County

Community Activities

You create opportunities for the young and young at heart in our community to form deeper connections to what makes Sheridan County truly special. Without these connections, we do not value conserving our working lands and wildlife habitat, preserve our history or build accessible outdoor recreation opportunities.

Land Conservation

Land Conservation

You make it possible for more local families to conserve their ranches, open lands and the healthy rivers & creeks and crucial wildlife habitat they comprise. Without your support, these places that feed and fuel our community, create homes for wildlife, and provide our amazing views are at risk of being lost forever – taking a way of life with them.

Trails & Recreation

You build accessible recreation opportunities that connect our community to the places we love in fun ways that are essential to our physical and mental health. Without your support, these public resources will not be created and well maintained making Sheridan County a less friendly place to live, work, play, stay and grow.

Historic Preservation

Preserve & Explore Our Community’s History

Today you preserve and tell the story of Sheridan County and its people’s past, so they aren’t forgotten tomorrow. Without your help, the stories of these people and their connection to the landscape will be gone.

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Help Wildlife at Two Volunteer Events this June

Volunteer Day: Wet Meadow Restoration at Sixmile Creek Wet meadows are critical homes for many well-known gamebirds like grouse, pheasants, and chukars, as well as less well-known birds like Long-billed curlews and Short-eared owls. At [...]

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.