The Double El Conservation District (CD) has received a $17,000 grant from Colorado State Conservation Board to provide cost share assistance to install rangeland health conservation practices such as: livestock water developments (wells, tanks, solar pumping systems, etc), pipelines, cross fencing, grass plantings, pest and weed control etc.
The cost-share funds are a service of the Double El 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 Double El CD. Funding will not be approved for practices already installed.
Please complete form below to apply for cost share project and return ASAP to Double El CD, P O Box 215, Simla, CO 80835. Project must be completed by August 31, 2022.
If you have any questions or need more information, contact Double El CD office or the NRCS office in Simla, Colorado at (719) 541-2359 ext 101.
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