Sublette County Weed and Pest has a mission to serve as responsible stewards of Sublette County by aiding in the protection and preservation of the land, water, and resources from the degrading impact of noxious weeds. We believe that the prevention of noxious weeds is the best approach and may be achieved through full implementation of the State noxious weed law. To further this approach, we strive for increased public awareness through improved educational efforts.


  •  HAY PRODUCERS: Due to the increase in twine use and to encourage further use, the District has adopted a policy for the use of certified weed free twine. For more information click here.National Invasive Species Awareness Week 2015 - Multi photo

  • National Invasive Species Awareness Week February 22nd-28th, 2015

  •  WYOMING WEED & PEST COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS: Scholarship Deadline: March 23rd, 2015
    Guidelines: Applicant must be a Wyoming resident, either graduating high school student or an enrolled college student that is or will be pursuing a discipline of or relating to agriculture or natural resources. The applicant must attend a university, community college, or trade school that is certified by an accrediting agency.  Download application here.

  •  Please join us as we promote PlayCleanGo. A educational campaign any organization can adopt with a unified message on how to stop the spread of invasive plants and animals. For more information please visit  PlayCleanGo.org.

  • Download the 2015 Seasonal Job Application here. All applications must be turned into the SCWP office at 12 S. Bench Road or can be emailed to scwpoffice@gmail.com.





SCWP has sprayers available.

spraying cemeteries
Some of our Big Piney Crew
2014 Spray Day
calibrating backpacks


2014 training

Crews focusing on weed identification.

Dry Piney

Dry Piney may not be so dry after all!


Regrouping with a plan of attack!


Pulling thistle is sooo much fun!

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National Invasive Species Awareness Week 2015 - Multi photo

Rainy Day Fun


Crews getting instructions for the day


Julie Kraft hard at work.

Sublette county

Can't beat the views!

herbicidespraying cemeteriesSome of our Big Piney Crew2014 Spray DayCalibrating!!Crews focusing on weed identification.Dry Piney may not be so dry after all!Regrouping with a plan of attack!Pulling thistle is sooo much fun!ANDYIMG_0595 (480x640)National Invasive Species Awareness Week 2015 - Multi photoRainy Day FunCrews getting instructions for the dayweedsSublette county

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