Wyoming Stock Growers Association and Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts Host Joint Convention November 27-30
CASPER – Held in conjunction every 5 years, the Wyoming Natural Resource Rendezvous will welcome hundreds of ranchers and other natural resource users across the state for four days of educational sessions, opportunities to bid on live and silent auction items, go holiday shopping at the over 35 trade show vendors and enjoy a fun game show themed night!
The Wyoming Natural Resources Rendezvous is a joint convention of the Wyoming Stock Growers (WSGA) and Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts (WACD) held November 27-30, 2017 in Casper at the Ramkota Hotel & Conference Center. Detailed schedule, pre-registration, vendor, and sponsorship information is located online by visiting www.wysga.org under the Member Center tab or call 307.638.3942 to request additional information.
Special events include Progressive Resource Manager Forum, Make it With Wool Fashion Show, Soil Health Workshop, Agricultural Taxation Workshop, and drawing for the Wyoming Natural Resource Foundation’s, a sister organization to WACD, John Deere XUV 560 Gator or Homak Pro-Series Rolling Tool Cabinet. The drawing will be held on Wednesday, November 29th with tickets available by donation at www.wynaturalresourcefoundation.com.
Join us in Casper on November 27-30 for the Wyoming Natural Resource Rendezvous!
About the Wyoming Stock Growers Association
Since 1872, the Wyoming Stock Growers Association has served the livestock business and families of Wyoming by protecting their economic, legislative, regulatory, judicial, environmental, custom and cultural interests. We promote the role of the cattle industry in resource stewardship, animal care and the production of high-quality, safe and nutritious beef. Learn more at www.wysga.org or call 307-638-3942.
About the Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts
The Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts, which is made up of 34 Conservation Districts and 170 elected officials in Wyoming, is dedicated to conserving, enhancing and protecting the natural resources of our great state. Conservation Districts across the state assist local communities and both public and private landowners and managers to maintain, sustain, and continue to improve Wyoming’s natural resources.