Community Enhancements
Resource Enhancements


Cost Share Programs
Cost-Share programs are available to folks within our conservation district. These programs provide incentive to put best practices on the ground.  Presented here are the requirements and the application forms.



Community Enhancement Program Objectives
To provide incentive for residents and businesses within the PACD boundaries to implement natural resource conservation practices that address:


• Soil erosion, water quality and quantity, energy conservation, or improving wildlife habitat
• Beautify the natural landscape along public corridors

Project Examples


• Educational events or practices with emphasis on natural resource conservation
• Greenway projects
• Boulevard plantings
• Demonstration projects for energy conservation (solar power, wind turbines, hydro-electric)
• Bioretention (rain gardens, permeable pavements, green roofs)
• Xeriscaping to replace traditional lawn with approved native or dry-climate species
• Soil erosion projects (water bars on public trails, streambank stabilization utilizing bioengineering

Funding Level
This incentive program provides up to 50% reimbursement of the project cost. All projects must be pre-approved before being initiated and must be evaluated upon completion.


• Maximum cost-share under this program is $1,000. We will match cash expenditures (with receipts) only. The maximum for in-kind contributions will be capped at 25% based on a labor rate of $12/hour
• All projects must be on public-accessible land
• Only one grant may be awarded per cooperator per fiscal year
• After project completion and inspection, cost-share will be issued based on signed receipts and documentation of in-kind contributions.

Who is Eligible
Residents, businesses, service organizations, schools, museums, churches, partnering organizations, etc.

Selection Process
Grant selection and payment decisions will be made by the Popo Agie Conservation District Board of Supervisors. It is the responsibility of the applicant to make the case that the project meets the objectives of the program and has public benefit.



Applications are due March 15th and are reviewed on an annual basis.

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