Wetland and Riparian Restoration and Enhancement Project Funding

Wetland and Riparian Restoration and Enhancement Project Funding

Sources:
State Agencies
Funder Name:
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Location:
Colorado
Eligible Applicants:
Federal Agencies
State Agencies
Local governments and Utility Districts
Non-profits organizations
Relevant Project Area:
Habitat Improvement, Biodiversity, & Riparian Restoration
Invasive Species
Water Quality & Watershed Health
Funding Range:
$25,000
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$75,000
Deadline:
The Colorado Wetlands for Wildlife Program is a voluntary, collaborative, and incentive-​based program to restore, enhance and create wetlands and riparian areas in Colorado. 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.
  2. Improve the status of declining or at-risk species. Applications supporting this goal should seek to clearly address habitat needs of these species. ​

 

Tamarisk Coalition's

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

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