Project Updates and News
The Watershed Coordinator works primarily at home and in the field as an independent contractor providing services for Clay Co. SWCD, Greene Co. SWCD, Owen Co. SWCD, and Sullivan Co. SWCD. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (812) 564-1162 to set up an appointment.
The WCIWA is currently facilitating the following projects:
The Black Creek 319 grant has officially commenced and the Watershed Management Plan is currently in development. The next BCWP Advisory Committee will be in early 2024 – date TBD. Any interested stakeholders are welcome to attend these meetings!
The third (and largest) funding installment for this watershed project has commenced and Cost-Share is now WAIT-LISTED! For more information, contact the Clay County SWCD. The next LERW Steering Committee meeting is TBD.
The Fish Creek 319 grant has launched and the Watershed Management Plan is currently in development. The next Advisory Committee meeting will be on Wednesday, December 6th at 6:00 pm ET at the Owen County Public Library. All interested stakeholders are welcome to join!
The MNBC 319 project is currently working to compile a comprehensive Watershed Management Plan. Once approved, cost-share funding will become available for eligible land users in critical areas (~ Summer 2023).
If you are interested in joining the MNBC Advisory Committee or would like to be contacted in the future regarding cost-share funding and/or events and news, please contact the Sullivan County SWCD or the Watershed Coordinator for more information.
The next MNBC Advisory Committee meeting is TBD pending final approval of the Watershed Management Plan draft. Cost-Share funding is slated for early 2024.
Additional Cost-Share funding for the “TTK” (Turtle Creek, Turman Creek, Kelley Bayou) 319 grant was recently awarded, however this funding is currently WAIT-LISTED. Please contact the Sullivan County SWCD or the Watershed Coordinator for more information or if you’d like to join the email list to be notified of upcoming meetings and events.
The PCWP 319 grant has concluded! Many thanks to the partners and producers who helped make this project a success!
Stay tuned for more information on the following upcoming 319 watershed projects!
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