From The Greeley Tribune:
The Colorado Water Conservation Board is seeking proposals for its Alternative Agricultural Water Transfers Method Grant Program.
The program is focused on advancing alternatives to the permanent transfer of agricultural irrigation water rights to municipal and industrial purposes. According to CWCB officials, it’s expected that this grant cycle will fund projects that build upon work performed in past funding cycles and encourage more “on-the-ground” projects — pilot/demonstration projects, facilitating agreements between municipal water providers and irrigators, etc.
Grant applications must be received by April 15.
More CWCB coverage here.