Conservation means many things to many people and plays a large part in land use planning in Sheridan County and the state of Wyoming. Although new developments popping up throughout the county may indicate metropolitan growth, local officials believe Sheridan faces little risk of losing its wide open spaces to the sprawling development known to have consumed nearby states.
Editor's note: This feature was originally printed in the spring/summer 2020 edition of Destination Sheridan, the official lifestyle and tourism magazine of Sheridan County, created by The Sheridan Press. Pick up a copy of DS, free of charge, at The Press (144 Grinnell Plaza in Sheridan).
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