To Wyoming Citizens:
Welcome to the Wyoming State FSA Website. The Farm Service Agency serves farmers, ranchers and agricultural partners through the delivery of effective, efficient agricultural programs. The agency offers farmers a strong safety net through the administration of farm commodity and disaster programs. FSA continues to conserve natural resources and also provides credit to agricultural producers who are unable to receive private, commercial credit, including special emphasis on beginning, underserved and women farmers and ranchers.
As State Executive Director, I am excited about planning, organizing, and administering FSA programs in ways that make a real difference in the lives of our ranchers and farmers. My goal is to provide the very best customer service possible and to truly connect with agricultural producers statewide.
The hard working men and women of our 17 FSA county offices are at the forefront of our efforts and remains the primary contact for program participation. We encourage you to speak with the staff at your local office on how we can be of service. Our website can help you learn more about FSA programs and services and help you locate your local FSA service center.
Thank you for your interest!
Lois Van MARK
Wyoming State FSA Executive Director
951 Werner Court, Ste 130
Casper, WY 82601-1303
Phone (307) 261-5231
FAX (855) 415-3427
Nancy Tarver - Chair
David Slover - Member
Lee Craig - Member
Ronald Givens - Member
Pete Arambel - Member
Voting Begins for 2019 Farm Service Agency County Committee Elections
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will begin mailing ballots on November 4 to eligible farmers and ranchers across the country for the Farm Service Agency (FSA) county committee elections.
County committee members play a key role at FSA. Over 7,000 members nationwide provide their valuable knowledge and judgment on decisions made about FSA services, including disaster and emergency programs.
To be counted, ballots must be returned to the local FSA county office or postmarked by December 2.
Each committee has three to 11 elected members who serve three-year terms of office. One-third of county committee seats are up for election each year. Newly elected committee members will take office January 1, 2020. County committee members help FSA make important decisions on its commodity support programs, conservation programs, indemnity and disaster programs, and emergency programs and eligibility.
Producers must participate or cooperate in an FSA program to be eligible to vote in the county committee election. Producers who supervise and conduct the farming operations of an entire farm, but are not of legal voting age, also may be eligible to vote.
Producers can find out if their local administrative area is up for election and if they are eligible to vote by contacting their local FSA county office. Eligible voters who did not receive a ballot in the mail can pick one up at their local FSA county office. Visit fsa.usda.gov/elections for more information.