The Double El Conservation District has been approved for a $25,000 Rangeland Health matching grant for 2020.
This grant will cost share up to 50% of the costs of installing range health practices, including livestock water developments (wells, tanks, windmills, solar pumping systems, etc), pipelines, cross fencing, grass plantings, weed control, etc.
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