Welcome to the home page of the Natrona County (Wyoming) Historic Preservation Commission. We are a group appointed by the Natrona County Commissioners responsible for recording and aiding in the preservation of historic sites within Natrona County.

We are also associated with the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office and federal agencies under federal legislation that, in 1980, established the Certified Local Government Program (CLG). This program offers small assistance grants and forges a relationship between local, state and national preservation networks.

On these pages, you'll find information about our members and our current and future projects as well as photographs and information about Natrona County and the State of Wyoming. You'll also find links to other agencies and interesting sites. We hope you'll find this site useful and interesting and return often.
Our Members Projects

Richard Young:
Fort Caspar Museum Director - Chairman
Carolyn M. Buff:
Secretary
Janie Nelson
Audrey Cotherman
Paula Duggan
Daniel Bailey
Judith Meyer
The Oregon-California-Mormon Trail: Take a look at our clickable maps of the trails through Natrona County. Tour each point of interest along the way, along with directions to the sites.

Salt Creek Oil Fields: Come and tour the Salt Creek Oil Field. See how settlers lived and worked in this small settlement in Wyoming. Take yourself back about seventy-five years, and you're driving through the Salt Creek Oil Field, the biggest and richest oil reserve in the Rocky Mountain region and one of the five or six largest in the entire country.