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Inspiring Community Conservation

65th Annual WACD Convention

November 15-18, 2010

Worland, WY

 

Agenda and Registration - updated 10-19-10
  Keynote Speaker - Chad Pregracke, Living Lands and Waters

 

Draft Committee Meeting Agendas - updated 10-27-10

    Conservation Forestry - updated 11-4-10

    District Operations/Education - updated 11-1-10

    Private, State and Federal Lands

    Water Resources

    Wildlife

Donate an Auction Item -
This year the WNRF will hold an online auction in conjunction with the live auction.  Please submit your items as soon as possible so they can be promoted on the auction site.  Those interested in viewing auction items or bidding online can click the Proxibid link below.  Check back often as additional items will be added to the auction catalog.

 

Trade Show Information

Become a Sponsor

 

Accommodations:
Please make reservations early - hotel rooms are limited and some of the room blocks expire on September 14, 2010.  There isn't a convention center in Worland and rooms are limited.  In order to accommodate the majority of attendees, please consider rooming with others if it is convenient.

WORLAND
The Days Inn
500 North 10th Street
Worland, WY 82401
Phone: 307-347-4251
Fax: 307-347-6500       
Room Rate:  $70.00 plus tax
Ask for “Conservation District Convention” to receive above rate.
Provide a continental breakfast.
Convention Room Block expires September 14, 2010

The Comfort Inn
100 North Road 11
Worland, WY 82401
Phone: 307-347-9898
Fax: 307-347-6734
Room Rate:  $75.00 plus tax
Ask for “Conservation District Convention” to receive above rate.
Provide a continental breakfast, wireless internet, swimming pool and hot tub.
Convention Room Block expires September 14, 2010

The Super 8
2500 Big Horn Avenue
Worland, WY 82401
Phone: 307-347-9236
Room Rates:  $55.00 for a Queen BED
                   $59.00 for a King bed
                   $69.00 for a room with two beds (they did not specify size).
Ask for “WACD Convention” to receive above rates.
They do provide a continental breakfast.

Town House Motor Inn
119 North 9th Street
Worland, WY  82401
Phone:  307-347-2426
Room Rates:  $45.00 Single
                   $50.00 Double
                   $60.00 Triple
Provide coffee, microwave, refrigerator in rooms, wireless internet, HBO
Convention Room Block expires September 14, 2010

TEN SLEEP - Ten Sleep is located 26 miles east of Worland.
The Carter Inn
414 South 2nd Street
Ten Sleep, WY 82442
Phone: 307-366-9911
Room Rates:  $75.00 for a King bed
                   $65.00 for a Queen bed
                   $75.00 for two Queen beds
All rooms have wireless internet, and 32” flat screen TVs. Their coffee shop provides complimentary coffee and teas.

THERMOPOLIS - Thermopolis is located 33 miles south of Worland.
The Days Inn (formerly the Holiday Inn)
115 Park Street
Thermopolis, WY  82443
Phone: 307-864-3131
Room Rates:  $70.00 Single
                  $90.00 Double
Ask for “Conservation District” to receive block rate.
Convention Room Block expires November 1, 2010
There is a complimentary continental breakfast buffet, wireless internet access, and a year round outdoor mineral water Jacuzzi.

The Best Western Plaza
116 East Park Street
Thermopolis, WY 82443
Phone: 307-864-2939
Room Rates:  $70.00 Single
                  $90.00 Suite
They provide a continental breakfast, and wireless internet. There is no block at this hotel.

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Mission: The Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts provides leadership for the conservation of Wyoming's soil and water resources, promotes the control of soil erosion, promotes and protects the quality of Wyoming's waters, reduce siltation of stream channels and reservoirs, promote wise use of Wyoming's water, and all other natural resources, preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, protect the tax base and promote the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of this state through a responsible conservation ethic.