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Mission Statement:
The Wyoming Department of Agriculture is dedicated
to the promotion and enhancement of Wyoming's
agriculture, natural resources and contribution to
Wyoming quality of life.

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The Wyoming Department of Agriculture assists the citizens of Wyoming to live safe and healthy lives, promote and preserve our agricultural community, be responsible stewards of our natural resources, and achieve integrity in the marketplace.

The WDA is comprised of six sections: Administrative Services, Analytical Services (Chemistry & Microbiology Laboratories), Consumer Health Services, Natural Resources & Policy, Technical Services, and Wyoming State Fair.

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WY Board of Ag Meeting Nov 27 PDF Print E-mail

The Wyoming Board of Agriculture will meet in Casper, WY at the Wyoming Game and Fish Office on Monday, November 27, 2017 at 10:30 am.

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2017 Farm to Market Workshops PDF Print E-mail

The 2017 Wyoming Farm to Market Workshop will take place at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne on November 10-11, 2017. On the 10th, there will be an Acidified Foods Certification and on November 11th there will be a fermented food workshop, a hoop house building workshop, and an orchard development & heritage apple preservation workshop. Registration for the workshops cost $45 per day or $75 for both days.

Click HERE to learn more about the workshops. 

Click HERE to register for the workshop.

 
Rangeland Health Assessment Program PDF Print E-mail

Rangeland Health Assessment Program Request for Proposal Now Available!
Application Deadline: Friday, December 1st at 5:00PM
>>>Please click here for more details!<<<

 
Conflict Resolution Week in Wyoming - 2017 PDF Print E-mail

The Wyoming Agriculture & Natural Resources Mediation Program, in partnership with UW Extension Community Development Team, is hosting two webinars and two workshops to celebrate Conflict Resolution Week in Wyoming on October 16-20, 2017.

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2017 Initial Commercial Pesticide Training Course PDF Print E-mail

Initial Commercial Applicator Training

Registration will OPEN June 1, 2017 for Initial Commercial Applicator Training. This course is designed for individuals seeking a NEW commercial pesticide applicator license in the state of Wyoming.

Registration is available ON-LINE ONLY.  Pre-registration is requested.

Use this link to register and view program details:

Initial Commercial Pesticide Applicator Training

Class Dates: December 11-15, 2017

Location: All classes will be held at the Albany County Fairgrounds due to campus conflicts.

Albany County Fairgrounds; 3520 US Highway 287, Laramie, WY 82051

Please visit http://uwyoextension.org/psep/ for more information as well as follow our Facebook page.

 
Chapter 18 Emergency Regulations PDF Print E-mail

Public Notice of Adoption of Chapter 18 Emergency Regulations

Weights & Measures, Metrology Laboratory and Registered Service Technicians


The Wyoming Department of Agriculture adopted emergency regulations as they pertain to the Chapter 18 Regulations for Weights & Measures.

Background: The Department of Agriculture recently discovered a gap in the statutory language exempting certain weights and measures from inspection by the Department. The statute exempts from the weights and measures act activities subject to the authority of the Wyoming Public Service Commission associated with pipelines and utilities. The Department always understood the language to exclude all utilities, regardless of whether a municipality owned and operated the utility. However, upon reviewing the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s authority, the Commission does not regulate municipal utilities. Therefore, the express language of the weights and measures act does not exempt any municipal utilities from inspection by the Department of Agriculture.

Wyoming Statute § 40-10-122 gives the Director of the Department the ability to grant exemptions from the provisions of the weights and measures act when appropriate for the maintenance of good commercial practices within the State. Faced with having to inspect every municipal residential water meter in the State, the Department adopted emergency rules to address the gap in the weights and measures exemption language. The Department does not have the staffing, or necessary equipment, to inspect residential water meters. Nor does the Department believe it was ever the intent of the Legislature to require testing of municipal residential water meters through the weights and measures act. To delay closing the language gap would leave the Department with an affirmative duty to inspect water meters for municipal utilities statewide.

The Department proposes to amend its Chapter 18 Weights & Measures, Metrology Laboratory and Registered Service Technicians rules and regulations by excluding all utilities identified in Wyoming Statute § 37-1-101, regardless of whether a utility is regulated by, or exempt from regulation by, the Wyoming Public Service Commission. At the same time, the Department intends to start the regular rulemaking process to permanently exempt all public utilities, as well as clean up the formatting and wording in Chapter 18.

A copy of the Emergency Chapter 18 Regulations may be obtained by one of the following three methods: 1)Visit the Secretary of State’s website at https://rules.wyo.gov/,click on the Emergency Rules icon, and select Agriculture, Dept. of (010); 2) Email Hank Uhden at hank.uhden@wyo.gov and request an electronic copy; or 3) Call Kelsey Hart, with the Technical Services Division at 307-777-7324.

 
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