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The District values our basin’s agricultural, recreational, and environmental community of water users. We all live in an incredible natural setting which promotes a commitment to stewardship.
The Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy District Board of Directors announces the availability of $200,000 in Upper Gunnison Grant Funding for projects within the District that would enhance water supply or improve stream conditions. Projects may include but are not limited to water system efficiency, delivery structure or system improvements, construction of new storage impoundments, enlargement or rehabilitation of existing impoundments, and restoring or enhancing riparian habitat. Requests for financial assistance will be considered only for projects that are consistent with the District’s purpose, mission, and objectives, and that have a 50 percent match. Water supply projects that provide benefits for agricultural, municipal, domestic, environmental or recreational uses are considered eligible.
A virtual grant program informational meeting will be offered for interested applicants on Friday, February 5, 2021 at 1PM (contact the District for information).
Project applicants must submit an application to the District by close of business, February 26, 2021. Application materials can be obtained via the District website, www.ugrwcd.org, or by contacting the District office at 210 W. Spencer Avenue, Suite B, Gunnison, CO, 81230, 970-641-6065, email@example.com. For complete details, including the application, please read more HERE
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Did You Know?
Can I use water from the ditch running through my property?
The short answer is no. All water running in man made ditches is adjudicated for use by whoever dug the ditch or their heirs or subsequent property owners….
Science & Conservation
Paul hopes to see science help in the development of reclamation and conservation efforts, especially for agricultural uses.
Paul RaymondProfessor of ENVS
Water is Life
The river takes you places you can’t get otherwise. As a lover of nature, water is life, flowing through everything, from the faucet, to the ditch, through the animals, such as bear, bobcat and elk. Water is a powerful thing, it is all-encompassing, in every aspect of life.
Carollyn CherryScenic River Tours Co-Owner