Shaun Sims - President
122 Brook Hollow Drive
Evanston, WY 82930
Sims has been a supervisor on the Uinta County Conservation District board of supervisors since being elected in 2001 and is currently the Chairman. He represents the District on the Coalition of Local Governments which is involved in federal land planning processes including the Kemmerer RMP revisions and the Moxa Arch Infill Area Gas Development project. He is also heavily involved in many district activities and supports public education through participation in outdoor workshops and guided tours of his ranching and wind turbine facility. He is a native of Uinta County and is the fifth generation to operate the family sheep and cattle operation. He and his wife, Lacee, live in Evanston.
Jack Berger - Vice President
PO Box 245
Saratoga, WY 82331
Jack is a District supervisor for the Saratoga-Encampment-Rawlins Conservation District. He was appointed in 2004. He is active in the Carbon County Stock Growers and the Wyoming Stock Growers Association and is a member of the South Central Sage Grouse working group. Berger and his family reside in the Saratoga area and run a cow/calf operation.
Cindy Gruwell - Area I Director
166 Morrissey Road
Newcastle, WY 82701
Cindy is currently the Chairman of the Weston County
Natural Resource District. She was elected in 2009. She also
served on the Niobrara County CD Board from 2002-2007.
Wayne Garman - Area I Director
396 A Garman Road
Sundance, WY 82729
Wayne is currently the Chairman of the Crook County Natural Resource District. He was elected to the District in 2000 and has served as an Area I Director since April 2008. Wayne, and brother Ross, are partners in a commercial cow/calf operation near Sundance. In addition to the family ranching operations, Wayne manages a neighboring ranch for an absentee landowner. Wayne likes to hunt and fish, has announced for local rodeos, is a 4-H leader and on the county 4-H horse advisory committee. He has also been a licensed hunting guide and works as a ringman for a local auction company. He and wife, Dixie, have an 11 year old daughter, Peggy Sue.
Curtis Grandstaff - Area II Director
PO Box 155
LaGrange, WY 82221
Curtis is the Chairman of the South Goshen Conservation District. He was elected in December, 2003, to the WACD Board of Directors and serves on the Education Committee. Curtis and his wife Cheryl own Grandstaff Angus and Trailer Sales in Lagrange, raising registered Black Angus on scenic Bear Creek. Curtis is a member of the Wyoming Angus Association. Along with his mother and brother, Curtis owns and manages LaGrange Grain Company. He served for 25 years as Mayor of LaGrange and 31 years in the Army National Guard, retiring at the rank of Colonel. Over the years, he was a high school teacher and coach, piloted his own single-engine plane, retired from the local fire department, and is a member of his church and the American Legion. Curtis especially enjoys tending his cattle, socializing with friends, and being outdoors in the unspoiled beauty of Wyoming. He and his wife have two married daughters and two grandchildren.
Brian Lovett - Area II Director
1215 Falcon Ridge
Cheyenne, WY 82009
Brian Lovett was elected by the Area II Conservation
Districts to replace Hardy Von Forell. Lovett has been a
supervisor on the Laramie County Conservation District since 2004.
He currently serves as Treasurer. He also represents NACD as a
Conservation District representative on the Missouri River Recovery
Implementation Committee and serves on the Board of Directors for the
Friday Food Bag Foundation in Cheyenne.
Brian is the Wyoming Department of Environmental
Quality Outreach Program Manager. He and his wife Kim live west of
Rice - Area III Director
2946C Highway 16
Tensleep, WY 82442
Dan Rice is currently a supervisor of the
Washakie County Conservation District. He is the fourth generation to
live on the family ranch near Ten Sleep and is a graduate of the
University of Wyoming. Rice also serves on an Advisory Board for
Security State Bank in Worland and the FSA Committee for Washakie/Hot
Springs Counties. He enjoys the outdoors, working on the ranch,
representing agriculture and the citizens of Washakie County. He and
wife Dani are raising two boys.
Pete Jachowski - Area III Director
217 Road 6EH
Cody, WY 82414
Pete is first and foremost a cattle rancher. He lives southwest of Cody, where he has raised registered cattle in association with Siggins Polled Herefords since 1974. is a member of the Cody Area Chamber of Commerce, South Fork Weed Management Area, and serves on the Board of Managers for the Bridger Plant Materials Center. He was elected to the Cody Conservation District board in 1992 and the WACD/WNRF Board of Directors in 1999. Pete is also the President of the Wyoming Natural Resource Foundation.
Bryon Wilczewski - Area IV Director
18 Prairie Breeze Drive
Riverton, WY 82501
Bryon has been a supervisor on the Lower Wind River Conversation District since 1998 and is currently the Vice Chairman. Bryon is a life member of the National Rifle Association, International Practical Shooting Confederation, Single Action Shooting Society, and the Amateur Trap Association. He is a past President of the Wyoming Muzzle Loaders Association and an avid Hunter and Fisherman. Bryon brings this sportsman’s background to the Board of Directors. Bryon lives west of Riverton with his wife Barbara and son Chancey. Bryon has been in the business management field for the last 25 years and is currently working in the Construction Industry as the General Manager of Sehnert Systems Inc. a multimillion dollar general contractor.
Roger Coles - Area V Director
PO Box 1005
Afton, WY 83110
Roger has been a supervisor on the Star Valley Conservation District since 1993. Raised on a cattle ranch in southwest Wyoming and a graduate of U W in Animal Science. He is currently involved with a yearling cattle operation and agricultural banking. He and his wife Diana have 3 grown children all living and working in Wyoming.