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Southwestern Water Conservation District Awards $197,500 to Local Water Projects
At their February meeting, the Southwestern Water Conservation District Board of Directors approved grants to support the following local water projects:
$60,000 for the Eaklor Ditch Company’s emergency piping project in the Navajo river basin
$28,500 to repair Lone Cone Reservoir’s outlet and intake in the San Miguel river basin
$25,000 toward the Mancos Conservation District’s remote metering program for three historic irrigation ditches
$16,500 to support the Dolores River Restoration Partnership’s ongoing monitoring and stewardship of their tamarisk removal project
$30,000 for the Town of Pagosa Springs’ Yamaguchi South river restoration project on the San Juan river
$16,000 to help Animas Watershed Partnership launch a basin-wide stream management planning process
$5,000 for the Mancos Conservation District’s urban water quality and conservation plan
$16,500 for Science on the Fly’s innovative partnership with anglers to collect water quality data in the San Miguel, Animas and La Plata basins