From Steamboat Today (Derek Maiolo):
Funding is available to Routt County ranchers and farmers to install water-measuring infrastructure to better gauge how much water they are diverting…
The [Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District] has about $200,000 worth of funding to help farmers and ranchers afford the measuring devices thanks to a $100,000 match from the Yampa-White-Green Roundtable, according to Holly Kirkpatrick, communications manager for the conservancy district.
Her office will reimburse 50% of costs associated with the devices, Kirkpatrick said, up to $5,000. The district is taking application through 2021.
“We are seeing a huge uptick in interest for grant funds with people completing their projects,” Kirkpatrick said. “Folks are really interested in how they go about this process and getting projects completed before the end of year.”
For more information on the measuring devices and available funding, contact Kirkpatrick at email@example.com.