Cloud County Conservation District
WATER RESOURCE COST-SHARE PROGRAM
PRACTICES MAY INCLUDE:
•NEW TERRACES •WATERWAYS •WATERWAYS RESTORATION •DIVERSION •PONDS •WINDBREAKS •RANGE SEEDING •PASTURE & HAYLAND PLANTING •LIVESTOCK WATER WELLS •TANKS •BRUSH CONTROL MANAGEMENT
Water Resource Cost-Share Program landowner limit is $2,500.00.
NON-POINT SOURCE COST-SHARE PROGRAM
PRACTICES MAY INLUDE:
•ON-SITE WASTE SYSTEMS - NPS •LIVESTOCK WASTE SYSTEMS - NPS •WELL PLUGGING - NPS •SOIL TESTING - NPS
Non-Point Source Cost-Share Program landowner limit is $2,000.00.
All practices must have contract approval by the Division of Conservation prior to onset of construction in order to receive cost-share assistance. Practices constructed must be maintained for 10 years or the life of the practice. Failure to maintain could render the producer ineligible for future cost-share funds and the producer would be required to pay back cost-share funds received on a pro-rata basis.
Landowners with natural resource concerns on their property are encouraged to visit the Conservation District to discuss the possibility of receiving state financial assistance. It will be important to have a definite schedule and a contractor lined up to complete the work quickly. The Conservation District has a listing of contractors that work in the county.
Funding is provided by the Division of Conservation. Kansas Department of Agriculture through appropriations from the Kansas Water Plan Fund.