About Farson - Eden

The unincorporated communities of Farson and Eden form what is called the Eden Valley, named by early day promoters to suggest the agricultural potential of the soon-to-be-irrigated area. Although separated by four miles, the communities share a K-12 public school, post office, volunteer fire department and community hall.

For even more information you may be interested in purchasing the book Eden Valley Voices: A Centennial Celebration of Stories which can be found at:

Sweetwater County Historical Museum
3 East Flaming Gorge Way
Green River, WY 82935
(307) 872- 6435

Some Interesting Facts about
Farson-Eden, Wyoming

Farson-Eden, WY 

Elevation: 6700 feet

Population: 660

Median Resident Age: 38 years

Land Area: 140 square miles (4.7 people per sq. mile)

Lowest Record Temperature: -52 degrees in Dec 1978

Highest Record Temperature: 97 degrees in June 1954

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