Missoula Conservation District – Riparian Planting Mini-Grants

Agency: Missoula Conservation District
Program Website: http://missoulacd.org/conservation-grants/riparian-planting/

About The Program

The Riparian Planting mini-grants program is to promote, maintain, and restore riparian areas along streams and rivers in Missoula County. The district hopes this program will be an effective education tool to show landowners how important riparian vegetation is to the land, the landowner, and the community. Total funding limit of $5,000.00 per year for the entire program, with a limit of $500.00 per year/Person or Group. The application period is year-round. Projects are based on their own merit, not ranked or competing against each other as in the district’s regular Cost-Share program. Projects are approved for funding once a month at regular district meetings by the Board of Supervisors. District staff will handle all the technical assistance, determination of eligibility, and follow-up for the Board. Payment of mini-grant is for the reimbursement of completed planting/seeding only.

Agency Contacts

Monica Perez-Watkins
contactmcd@macdnet.org | (406) 303-3427

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