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Sep

Annual Conservation Poster Contest 2018_WGCD-CACD Poster_contest_entry_form_and_instructions If you have, or know, a 5th or 6th grade student who loves art and cares about conservation, we invite him or her to participate in the WGCD/CACD (Colorado Association of Conservation Districts) Poster Contest: Watersheds – Our Water, Our Home. All schools within the West Greeley boundaries of […]

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Sep

West Greeley Conservation District (WGCD) Uses their Outdoor Classroom/Houston Gardens nearly Everyday Providing Conservation Education to Area Youth                Four-year-olds through adults participated in learning opportunities hosted by the District at Houston Gardens this summer. We partnered with Summer School programs including the District 6 Exceptional Students; SEVA Brain Camp (youth literacy), Greeley Rodarte Summer […]

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Sep

CAMP ROCKY 2018 Camp Rocky group photo Your West Greeley Conservation District continues to provide scholarships to youth 14-19 years old, whose families pay the District mil levy property tax.  Camp Rocky is located outside Divide, Colorado. Over 15 professional staffers and guest speakers stayed, came and went to help the kids learn about nurturing […]

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Sep

What is a Riparian Trailer / Stream Hydrology Trailer? Riparian Education Demonstration Trailer It is a hands-on educational tool to examine the natural movement of streams and rivers.  It is a self-contained watershed demonstration that shows the value of various conservation measures that naturally exist and can be applied to protect the land.  Users/students can […]

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Sep

The West Greeley Conservation District offers a program for seeding grass species in pastures, small acreages and other locations to aid in water retention, prevent soil erosion and provide wildlife habitat. At this time we are already booked for Fall 2018 and booking out into Spring 2019. If you are interested in having us plant […]

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Sep

EQIP Applications are Being Accepted The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is a voluntary conservation program that helps agricultural producers in a manner that promotes agricultural production and environmental quality as compatible goals. Through EQIP, you, as an agricultural producer, can receive financial and technical assistance to implement structural and management conservation practices that will […]

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Sep

SMALL GRANTS West Greeley Conservation District has been busy distributing a wide variety of small grant funding to schools, and community groups to help enrich conservation experiences.  Here are a few examples of ways the District has helped fund projects: Assisted with a planting and harvesting garden plots – “Grow a Row” at Plumb Farm, […]

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