Cost share funds available to Agate CD landowners
The Agate Conservation Districts (CD) received a Colorado Matching Grants to provide cost share assistance to install conservation practices on rangeland. Following are rangeland health conservation practices eligible for cost share assistance: livestock water developments (wells, tanks, windmills, solar pumping systems, etc), pipelines, cross fencing, weed control, etc.
The cost share funds are a service of the Agate CD to help landowners improve and enhance their land. Approved applications can receive up to 50% reimbursement of actual cost of conservation practices installed. All approved applications must meet Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) guidelines and specifications. Applications will be considered on a conservation ranking system for funding approval.
Projects may not be started until approved by Agate CD. Funding will not be approved for practices already installed.
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