Albany and Carbon Counties
Muddy Creek Wetlands VIX
March 2020. Wetland enhancements, including development of new wetland habitat in conjunction with other improvements on Muddy Creek, Carbon County.
Total Project Cost: $206,000WWNRT Funded: $51,000Sponsor: Little Snake River Conservation District
Muddy Creek BDA
March 2020. Construction of beaver dam analogs to support beaver activity, rehabilitate and stabilize stream banks, and improve riparian habitat in Muddy Creek, Albany County.
Total Project Cost: $15,500WWNRT Funded: $8,500Sponsor: Little Snake River Conservation District
Laramie Peak WHMA Fence
March 2020. Habitat enhancement by fence removal and modification to wildlife-friendly fence to improve forage management, and allow wildlife migration and movement in Albany County.
Total Project Cost: $104,600WWNRT Funded: $30,000Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish
Mule Creek Juniper
March 2020. Juniper removal through mechanical treatments to improve riparian and aspen habitats on Mule Creek Ranch, Albany County.
Total Project Cost: $172,200WWNRT Funded: $60,000Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish
Wick Shrub Enhancement
March 2020. Prescribed fire through mechanical treatment to reduce fuel loads and improve habitat for ungulates, enhance shrub communities, and increase nutritional quality of forage in the Wick Wildlife Habitat Management Area, Carbon County.
Total Project Cost: $130,420WWNRT Funded: $32,000Sponsor: Wyoming Game and Fish
Rock Creek Diversion
September 2019. Reconstruction and stabilization of diversion structure between Rock Creek and Dry Creek, and river restoration and bank stabilization on approximately 1,200 feet of Rock Creek to improve stream sediment and alignment and to extend channel bed in Carbon County.
Total Project Cost: $550,207WWNRT Funded: $190,000Sponsor: Medicine Bow Conservation District
Waliser Conservation Easement
September 2019. Conservation easement on approximately 1,430 acres in Carbon County.
Total Project Cost: $1,514,700WWNRT Funded: $195,000Sponsor: Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust
Overland Trail Conservation Easement
September 2019. Conservation easement on approximately 1,230 acres in Carbon County.
Total Project Cost: $785,000WWNRT Funded: $185,000Sponsor: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation