- Thank you to our Teton County community for being so patient with us as we pivoted to keep operating despite this global pandemic. We are proud of what we accomplished this year and with your help we can continue to serve you and the one's you love safely.Read More
- A partnership between Teton County Weed and Pest District , the Teton County Health Department, and the Town of Jackson was created to determine a way to test the wastewater from the Town of Jackson for COVID-19. Weed and Pest worked with the Teton County Health Department to ensure they …Read More
- We are proud to be a Trout Friendly Program Partner with the Jackson Hole Clean Water Coalition. This program is designed to be simple for residents and landscaping professionals to implement. When our participants commit to this program they are improving our water quality for the health of all the …Read More
- Teton County Weed and Pest District reminds that their mission strives for the protection of human health. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, TCWP’s mission stands more than ever before. Adjusted Hours at TCWP’s Office TCWP will continually serve the community this season but from a safe distance. Our office …Read More
- Name: Mark DalugeJob Title: Assistant Supervisor Where were you born/raised and what brought you to Teton County? Madison, WI. Skiing What has been the most unexpected/difficult part of your job and why? Learning to fly a drone to spray weeds. What has been the most rewarding part of your job …Read More
- Name: Amy GirardJob Title: Mosquito Program Coordinator Where were you born and raised and what brought you to Teton County? I was born in Bad Axe, Michigan and moved out west in 2005. While studying the effects of sagebrush treatments on small mammal communities in lovely Randolph, Utah I met …Read More
Teton County Weed and Pest District
Join us as we work together for the future of all of the residents and visitors to our beautiful area.
Teton County Weed and Pest Control District is a legally organized Weed and Pest District by Wyoming State Statutes (W.S. 11-5-101 through 119). The District, established by the Wyoming State Legislature in 1973, consists of a locally appointed government board charged with implementing and pursuing an effective program for the control of designated and declared weeds and pests.