Funding Opportunities

E.g., Jan 26, 22
Funder Name: Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Funding Range:

$10,000 - $100,000

The intent of this funding is to support the two primary goals of the program:

1. Improve the distribution and abundance of ducks, and opportunities for public

waterfowl hunting. Applications supporting this goal should seek to improve

fall/winter habitat on property open for public hunting (or refuge areas within

properties open for public hunting), or improve breeding habitat in important

production areas (including North Park and the San Luis Valley in Colorado, and other

areas contributing ducks to the fall flight in Colorado).

2. Improve the status of declining or at-risk species. Applications supporting this goal

should seek to clearly address habitat needs of these species.

Funder Name: Bureau of Reclamation
Funding Range:

$50,000 - $200,000

The WaterSMART Cooperative Watershed Management Program Phase I funding opportunity is now available from the Bureau of Reclamation to develop a watershed group, complete watershed management planning activities, and design watershed management activities. Applicants may request up to $200,000 for projects to be completed within two years. A non-federal cost-share is not required for this funding opportunity. 

This funding supports the establishment of a new watershed group, expanding an existing group and completing restoration planning efforts. The Cooperative Watershed Management Program encourages diverse stakeholders to form local solutions to address their water management needs.

A watershed group is a self-sustaining, non-regulatory, consensus-based group that is composed of a diverse array of stakeholders. Membership in a watershed group may include, but is not limited to, private property owners, non-profit organizations, federal, state, or local agencies, and tribes.


RiversEdge West's

mission is to advance the restoration of riparian lands through collaboration, education, and technical assistance.



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