Funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is allowing partners in northwestern Colorado to combat cheatgrass.
Targeted NRCS funding for flood irrigation infrastructure in the San Luis Valley recognizes the role flood irrigation plays for wildlife, for the watershed, and for the community.
A total of 31 western conservationists representing a diversity of perspectives participated in the first course, and the program is now recruiting for the 2022-2023 course.
Trout Unlimited is working with the NRCS to deploy high-tech flood irrigation infrastructure in two Colorado watersheds.
A new funding opportunity from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation seeks to leverage and connect partners in conservation.
The ranching community along the Yampa River looks toward infrastructure and restoration projects to improve resiliency in the face of change.