Uinta County Conservation District (UCCD)
04/13/20 Received by End of Business
Grants of up to $5,000 to Wyoming schools, clubs and teams, church groups, businesses, agencies, and other civic organizations for environmental stewardship projects in eligible regions. Funding is intended for projects and educational activities that promote the conservation of natural resources. Projects must benefit natural resources such as water, soil, air, plants and/or animals and the public. All projects must be completed within the boundaries of Uinta County.
Projects that address soil erosion, water quality and quantity, vegetation resources, energy conservation, wildlife habitat or that beautify the natural landscape along public corridors will be given priority.
There are many opportunities out there for natural resource conservation making it impossible to cover every type of project that may come forward. The following are suggestions, other projects may also be considered:
For a suggested list of eligible expenses, see: http://www.uintacountycd.com/uploads/2/7/4/6/27468243/ceg_application_form_2020.pdf#page=3
GrantWatch ID#: 179015
Grants can be written for any amount up to $5,000.
Selected projects must be completed by November 15 of the year awarded, unless otherwise approved by the board.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Uinta County Conservation District
P.O. Box 370
204 East Sage Street
Lyman, WY 82937
USA: Wyoming: Uinta County
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