Changing of the guard at SCCD
The Sublette County Conservation District recently had our long-term employee Sno Ann Engler retire after 16 years of service to the conservation district and the citizens of Sublette County.
Sno Ann was the district’s office manager and tree program coordinator. Sno Ann has achieved a lot during her time with SCCD. She was the Wyoming Conservation Districts Employee Association “Outstanding Area V Employee of the Year.” She also served on the Wyoming Conservation Districts Employee Association as an area director and secretary and treasurer over the years. Sno Ann was heavily involved with conservation tree plantings around the county, assisting various landowners with species selection and project implementation. Sno Ann is also on the Town of Pinedale Tree Board and has spent time volunteering for a variety of organizations around the county. She was the brainchild behind the SCCD starting its Spring Expo event several years ago, bringing the Sublette County community together every June.
Sno Ann is excited for this new chapter in her life that involves relaxing, spending time with family and friends and beaches (she claims to be a fair-weather person!). The district will miss Sno Ann and the knowledge and passion she brought to the district and we wish her the best in retirement.
With Sno Ann’s retirement, SCCD has welcomed Traci Berg to our team.
Traci is excited to join our team and work on conservation within the County. Traci, her husband Kyle and their son Taten have called Sublette County home for four years. Traci is a native of Riverton, Wyoming, and attended Eastern Wyoming College, earning an Associate’s Degree of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology.
Traci also volunteers in the community to help with different wildlife projects and community betterment projects. She enjoys everything outdoors from camping to hunting with family and friends. Her favorite activity is upland bird hunting, which she looks forward to every fall.
Sno Ann’s retirement is bittersweet and she will be deeply missed, but rest assured she will still be around the county enjoying her free time!
Please feel free to swing by the office to meet Traci and help us welcome her to the SCCD team. If you have any questions regarding natural resources within our county, feel free to call us at 307-367-2364.