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Irrigation ditch planning grants now available

The Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) has approved funding for ditch companies to defray the cost of engineering services retained to prepare 2017 USBR Salinity FOA project applications.

Applications are to be submitted to the Delta Conservation District with selection review to be coordinated with CWCB and the Gunnison Basin Salinity Coordinator.

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Money for irrigation projects available

Two meetings for Lower Gunnison Project money to install high efficiency irrigation systems are set for July 28 at DMEA, 11925 6300 Road, Montrose, and July 29 at Hotchkiss Memorial Hall, 276 W. Main Street. Both will run from 6 to 8 p.m.

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Find out about grants for irrigation

Two meetings are planned for farmers interested in money to install high efficiency irrigation systems on their property through the Lower Gunnison Project. Meetings will be held on July 28, from 6-8 p.m. at DMEA, 11925 6300 Road, Montrose, and on July 29, 2017, from 6-8 p.m. at Hotchkiss Memorial Hall, 276 W Main Street, Hotchkiss.

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Funding available for lower Gunnison irrigation projects

The Colorado River District has announced an additional funding opportunity (up to a total of $1.8 million) for the planning and implementation of irrigation efficiency improvement projects in the Lower Gunnison Project area for qualifying applicants.

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Funding available for Gunnison Basin irrigation projects

The Colorado River District has announced that it is making $1.8 million available to qualifying agricultural producers for planning and implementation of irrigation efficiency improvement projects that address identified resource concerns in the Lower Gunnison Basin. Landowners within the Bostwick Park, Paonia, Smith Fork and Uncompahgre project areas will be considered for grant funding.

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Farm tour showcases center pivot irrigation
Farm tour showcases center pivot irrigation

When Brett Barker and Heidi Berger first purchased their place on Rogers Mesa (near Hotchkiss) in the fall of 2013 it was in serious need of some TLC. There was a gated pipe system for irrigation, but much of it was broken or plugged.

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