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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and, particularly, to the electors of the Yuma County Conservation District of Yuma County, Colorado.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election will be held on the 02 day of May 2023, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. At that time, THREE directors will be elected to serve 4-year terms. Eligible electors of the Yuma County Conservation District interested in serving on the board of directors may obtain a Self-Nomination and Acceptance form from the District Designated Election Official (DEO):

Tanya Fell, District Manager

247 North Clay Street

Wray, CO 80758

970-332-3107 ext. 9002

Yccd77@gmail.com


The Office of the DEO is open on the following days: Monday – Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm

The deadline to submit a Self-Nomination and Acceptance is close of business on February 24, 2023.


Affidavit of Intent to Be a Write-In-Candidate forms must be submitted to the office of the designated election official by the close of business on Monday, February 27, 2023 (the sixty-fourth day before the election).


NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, an application for an absentee ballot shall be filed with the designated election official no later than the close of business on Tuesday preceding the election, April 25, 2023.

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The Yuma County Conservation District (YCCD) in Wray is currently offering seedling trees for the 2023 season to local landowners. These low-cost trees can be used for wind breaks, erosion control, snow breaks, wildlife habitat or any other use that can be beneficial to the landowner.


In addition, the YCCD offers larger potted fruit trees and bushes including elderberry, apple, apricot, Chokecherry, cherry, Nanking Cherry, peach, pear, plum, Sandhill Plum, strawberries, grapes and even rhubarb! There is also a selection of perennial flowers to add to your flower gardens.


YCCD also offers native grass seeds, landscape fabric, staples, fertilizer tablets, polymer and a full line of drip irrigation materials as well.

To order, please visit our new website at https://www.ycconservation.com/shop. Orders can also be placed over the phone, by email or in person at the YCCD office. Orders will be accepted until March 31, 2023. Tree pick-up will be mid to late April (customers will be notified of specific day once truck schedules are made). For additional information, please call the YCCD at 970-332-3107 extension 9002 or email at yccd77@gmail.com.

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The Yuma County Conservation District (YCCD) had students from 5th and 6th grade, at Idalia, Liberty and Wray, design posters and submit for the 2022 Conservation District Youth Poster Contest. The theme for this year is Healthy Soil, Healthy Life!

The poster contest is a national competition sponsored by the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD). The contest starts at the local level through the YCCD; winners advance to the Colorado state level, and then to the national level, where they receive recognition at NACD’s annual meeting.

The top three posters from each school in the YCCD will receive: first place $20; second place $15 and third place will receive $10. These awards will be distributed at the YCCD Annual Meeting in January. The 2022 YCCD local contest winners are as follows: Liberty 6th Graders: 1st place – Harley Vaughn 2nd place – Travis Wise 3rd place – Kilah Rojas Idalia 5th Graders: 1st place – Charliann Soehner – Grand Champion Overall 2nd place – Chloe Soehner 3rd place – Kimena Cordova Idalia 6th Graders: 1st place – Blake Hardwick – Reserve Grand Champion Overall 2nd place – Beckett Kite 3rd place – Bristol Weyerman Wray 5th Graders: 1st place – Kendree Reyna


The Grand and Reserve Grand Champions overall participated in the Colorado Association of Conservation District competition. Charliann Soehner’s poster was selected as the top poster for the State of Colorado and has been sent to participate at the annual NACD meeting that will be held in February.




The annual NACD and NACD Auxiliary Poster Contest provides students the chance to have their art displayed as part of a national conservation outreach initiative. Each year, the winning posters reflect NACD’s annual Stewardship theme and highlight the work of conservation districts and their state conservation associations, auxiliaries and agencies to protect and enhance natural resources.

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