3 2021, 03

Maggie DeFosse joins Sheridan Community Land Trust and Sheridan County Conservation District as Watershed Health AmeriCorps

2021-03-03T15:23:15-07:00March 3rd, 2021|Community Initiatives, Conservation, Recent News|

A new partnership between the Sheridan Community Land Trust (SCLT) and Sheridan County Conservation District (SCCD) will aid watershed health throughout the area as Maggie DeFosse recently joined both organizations as a Watershed Health AmeriCorps through the Big Sky Watershed [...]

25 2021, 02

Ag landowners and producers have opportunity to improve their land, operation and water quality close to home for less cost than going it alone with Upper Tongue River Watershed grants

2021-02-25T08:29:46-07:00February 25th, 2021|Conservation, Recent News|

Attention ag landowners and producers: Would you like to make sure more water gets from your ditch to your crops and pastures? Suppress harmful invasive plants and grasses? Get you stream headgate back in the stream and more water [...]

2 2021, 02

What to do with your unneeded lot? Create a conservation legacy

2021-02-02T14:18:56-07:00February 2nd, 2021|Conservation, Recent News|

A family with a history in Sheridan County has utilized a unique avenue to create a legacy of conservation in a place they love because of a recent gift they made to the Sheridan Community Land Trust. Inspired by the [...]

31 2021, 01

Calling for a 2021 comeback? SCLT says get you out…doors

2021-02-01T16:37:00-07:00January 31st, 2021|Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails|

“Don’t call it a comeback, I been here for years.” Thirty years ago, LL Cool J dropped the mic with this iconic, though not quite grammatically correct, opening line to his megahit “Mama Said Knock You Out.” The line quickly [...]

21 2021, 01

Community members raise more than $100,000 for SCLT during holiday challenge

2021-01-20T12:50:04-07:00January 21st, 2021|Recent News|

At the start of December, Pam and John Standish issued the community a $30,000 Holiday Match Challenge to raise money for the Sheridan Community Land Trust. The community answered to the tune of 172 donations which resulted in $109,492.82 that [...]

13 2021, 01

Volunteer group puts the ‘community’ in community trails with winter grooming at Red Grade Trails

2021-01-13T08:55:45-07:00January 13th, 2021|Community, Hiking, Recent News, Recreation, Trails, Volunteering|

Active Good, a new Sheridan nonprofit, partners with SCLT to groom Red Grade Trails for people-powered winter use Skiers, snowshoers, fat bikers and people-powered outdoor recreation enthusiasts alike have a new way to enjoy their beautiful Bighorns backyard this winter [...]

6 2021, 01

Thirty-nine more mule deer collared in Northern Bighorns

2021-01-06T11:26:04-07:00January 6th, 2021|Conservation, Recent News|

Christina Schmidt, Wyoming Game and Fish public information specialist in the Sheridan region, reports that on Dec. 13, 39 mule deer does were captured via helicopter along the eastern Bighorns by a contracted capture crew and fitted with [...]

8 2020, 12

Provision Fund kicks off giving season with gift for SCLT’s Kicking Horse Trail

2020-12-08T14:35:12-07:00December 8th, 2020|Recent News|

The Provision Fund kicked off the giving season recently with a gift of $900 to the Sheridan Community Land Trust. Everything the Fund supports will have immediate local impact across our whole community, but will also create a foundation for [...]

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