1 2023, 10

Stopping erosion & healing land by ‘letting water do the work’

2023-12-18T12:46:44-07:00October 1st, 2023|Conservation, Recent News, Recreation, Trails, Water|

Good soil takes hundreds of thousands of years to build. And in a matter of minutes, it can all be washed away. This is especially true in Sheridan County where much of our soil easily erodes. Thankfully, there’s a solution [...]

17 2023, 05

Rebecca Ash works to create ‘on-the-ground projects with real benefits” as SCLT’s Conservation Intern

2023-05-17T16:25:39-06:00May 17th, 2023|Conservation, Fencing, Recent News, Water|

Creating a sustainable, resilient range is at the top of the list for anyone involved with ranching and agriculture in the Mountain West. For the next six months, Rebecca Ash will be helping local families do exactly that as Sheridan [...]

24 2023, 03

SCLT releases Sheridan County Drought Planner to help ranchers and ag producers navigate stress, challenges during droughts

2023-04-13T16:54:00-06:00March 24th, 2023|Conservation, Recent News, Water|

Download a Drought Planner as a Word document Download a Drought Planner as a PDF file Without a proper plan in place, Mother Nature’s driest days could leave many of Sheridan County’s ranchers and ag producers underwater. That’s [...]

18 2022, 11

For volunteers, there’s something for everyone

2022-11-18T09:18:16-07:00November 18th, 2022|Community, Community Initiatives, Conservation, Event, Historic Preservation, Recent News, Recreation, Trails, Volunteering, Water|

Since our inception, SCLT wouldn’t be able to serve our community if our community didn’t serve alongside us. While trails may be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about volunteering with SCLT, as SCLT responds to [...]

5 2022, 10

SCLT releases first Sheridan County Water Supply Report

2022-10-05T12:56:04-06:00October 5th, 2022|Conservation, Recent News, Water|

The Sheridan Community Land Trust has released its first Sheridan County Water Supply Report. The report contains the latest information about water availability, streamflow, snowpack, drought, soil moisture, and water supply forecasts for the Tongue and Powder Rivers. “This report [...]

8 2022, 06

Goose Creek Cleanup Float for June 11 is postponed, new date to be announced

2022-07-18T15:17:19-06:00June 8th, 2022|Community, Community Initiatives, Event, Events, Recent News, Recreation, Volunteering, Water|

Due to high water levels, the Sheridan Community Land Trust and Sheridan Area River Coalition have postponed the Goose Creek Cleanup Float scheduled for June 11 to a later date. If you’d like to participate when the float is rescheduled, [...]

24 2022, 03

Angling Destinations, Fly Shop of the Bighorns donate Fly Fishing Film Tour proceeds to Sheridan Community Land Trust

2022-07-18T15:18:08-06:00March 24th, 2022|Recent News, Water|

“If I was counting smiles, I would need 80 hands!” remarked Seth Carrel after a theater full of enthusiastic anglers. There will be even more smiles for people in Sheridan County, thanks to the kindness of anglers who, like the [...]

16 2022, 02

Fly Fishing Film Tour coming to WYO Theater Feb. 26, proceeds benefit SCLT

2022-07-18T15:43:11-06:00February 16th, 2022|Event, Events, Recent News, Water|

Buy your tickets today Help your local waters by coming to the Fly Fishing Film Tour at the WYO Theater on Saturday, February 26. Sponsored locally by Angling Destinations, Fly Shop of the Big Horns and Little Big Horn [...]

20 2021, 04

SCLT will host an Earth Day Creek Cleanup on April 22

2022-07-18T15:44:41-06:00April 20th, 2021|Community, Community Initiatives, Event, Events, Recent News, Recreation, Trails, Volunteering, Water|

When:  Thursday, April 22 at 5:30 pm Where: Meet at Emerson Park in Sheridan. What: We'll clean up trash as we walk Sheridan Pathways to downtown. Tips: Please wear sturdy shoes. SCLT will have gloves & trash bags. Bonus: You'll [...]

15 2021, 04

A ‘watershed moment’ for Big Goose Creek Virtual Tour

2022-07-18T15:44:52-06:00April 15th, 2021|Uncategorized, Water|

Wood block pavement was strewn on Main Street after the Goose Creek flood in 1923. SCLT’s Big Goose Creek Virtual Tour explores how residents of the valley have interacted with the stream through time. Photo courtesy Wyoming Room Collection, [...]

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