Natrona County Conservation District

"Locally-led Conservation of Water, Soil & Natural Resources"


Natrona County Conservation District
Board of Supervisors

Andrew Anderson, Chairman - Andy was appointed to the Board of Supervisors in January of 2011.  A Wyoming Native, Andy grew up on a small farm west of Casper.  After graduation from Natrona County High School, he attended Colorado School of Mines on a basketball scholarship and received a Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering.  Shortly thereafter, he earned a Master of Science Degree in Geology from the University of Wyoming.  After moving to Riverton, Wyoming, he worked for a small consulting firm where he was involved in mine reclamation design and construction, as well as uranium mine exploration, evaluation, design and permitting.  During his eight years in Riverton, he earned his Professional Engineering (Mining) and Professional Geology Licenses from the State of Wyoming.  He and his wife, Jessie, also hayed and raised cattle near Ocean Lake in the Midvale Irrigation District.  Early in 2010, Andy, Jessie and their children returned to Casper and currently live and work on Jessie's family ranch in Bates Hole.


Dennis Scott, Vice-Chairman - Dennis and his wife, Cindy, moved to Wyoming in 1976.  After working for Lathrop Equipment for 15 years as a John Deere Master Technician, Dennis retired and now cares for his small acreage east of Casper.  Dennis and Cindy, married for 42 years now, raise and show champion and grand champion Shetland sheepdogs, as well as compete in agility trials with their dogs.  They both enjoy gardening and working outside to improve their landscape. Dennis became acquainted with the District during the recovery efforts for the Cole Creek fire victims.  


Tammy Cobb, Treasurer -  Tammy is the newest elected member of the Board of Supervisors.  Tammy was raised in Natrona County on a 360 acre piece of land off 33 Mile Road.  There, she raised and showed Registered Angus cattle as well as helping out with the hay crop.  After graduating from Natrona County High School, she went to college and earned an Associates in Agricultural Business.  She met and married her husband of 31 years, Jon.  Together, they were transferred to Fort Morgan, Colorado where Tammy continued college and earned a B.A. in Social Studies Secondary Education.  They were then transferred to Texas where they spent the next 18 years.  There, they raised two daughters but kept close to agriculture through 4-H and FFA showing pigs.  Jon was offered an opportunity to transfer back to Casper.  Once back in Casper, they purchased a small acreage parcel and with a new son-in-law, they are enjoying getting back to agriculture.  Through researching more efficient irrigation systems for small parcels, Jon and Tammy began visiting with NRCS and NCCD.  This contact led to Tammy running for the Board of Supervisors.


Len Camp, Supervisor -  Len has been a business owner in Casper for 28 years, working with his wife, Roxie, and two sons.  Len has been married to Roxie for 39 years, has two sons and four grandchildren.  Len also has a family ranching operation running cow calf pairs.


Scott Smith, Supervisor - Scott was raised in Thermopolis.  After attending school in Hot Springs County, Scott attended the University of Wyoming.  He returned to Thermopolis and met his future wife, Dawn, whom he married in 1989.  Scott began working for Amoco Pipeline the same year, and after living in Evanston and Rawlins, the pipeline company transferred him to Casper in 2007.  His family loves Casper, and both of his grown children still live in Casper, attending Casper College.  Scott and Dawn recently purchased a small acreage on 10 Mile Road in hopes of improving the health of the property and eventually developing the property as hay land.  

NCCD Staff

Lisa Ogden, District Manager - A Wyoming Native, Lisa has lived in Wyoming for the majority of her life.  After growing up in Casper, Lisa attended the University of Wyoming, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Zoology, with a minor in Psychology.  Looking for a change of scenery, Lisa and her husband moved to Oregon and opened their own business for a few years, until figuring out that Wyoming was still home.  She now lives in Natrona County with her three boys - Randy, her husband of 27 years, and her sons, Ryan and Michael.