From Colorado Department of Natural Resources:
Stream Restoration & Debris Removal Grant Program Guidance Now Available
Funding has been made available through Senate Bill 14-179 to the Stream Restoration Grant Account within the Flood and Drought Response Fund for watershed cleanup and stream restoration in areas affected by the September 2013 flood. Both private and individual entities are permitted to apply. Awards will be based on planning and project efforts, which integrate multi-objectives in restoration and flood mitigation. Projects may include designs to reconfigure channels, remove debris from the stream channel and/or floodplain, provide habitat for aquatic and terrestrial species, re-vegetate riparian areas, mitigate flood hazards, improve recreational opportunities, provide fish passage, and increase the capacity to utilize water.
Completed applications are due by 5:00 pm on July 1, 2014.
All applications must be submitted electronically via email to kevin.houck[at]state[dot]co[dot]us
Electronic applications on CD or DVD may also be mailed to: Colorado Water Conservation Board, ATTN: Kevin Houck 1313 Sherman St., Room 721 Denver, CO 80203
Logistical questions about submitting applications should be directed to Chris Sturm, chris.sturm[at]state[dot]co[dot]us
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