Noxious Weed Management Fund (WMF)

Noxious Weed Management Fund (WMF)

Sources:
State Agencies
Funder Name:
Colorado Department of Agriculture
Location:
Colorado
Eligible Applicants:
Local governments and Utility Districts
Non-profits organizations
Relevant Project Area:
Forest and Fire Prevention
Invasive Species
Land Management
Funding Range:
$650,000
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$700,000
Deadline:
The primary objective of the CDA Noxious Weed Management Fund (WMF) grant program is to provide additional financial resources to counties, communities, weed control districts, and other entities that are engaged in cooperative efforts to eradicate and/or contain state, regionally, or locally rare noxious weed species populations, and to prevent the spread of high priority weed populations. Additional objectives include the development of measureable outcomes across Colorado that can give a clearer picture of noxious weed management to decision-makers and the general public; and to engage and help build new or recently established weed management programs, especially in regions of the state where these programs could benefit from additional resources and expertise.

Tamarisk Coalition's

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

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