Missoula Conservation District offers several grant programs to assist private landowners and organizations in improving natural resources on private land in Missoula County. We also offer funding and sponsorships for educational programs related to district natural resource priorities. Funds are dispersed upon approval or upon project completion, depending on the grant program.
Scroll below and click on the links to the right to learn more about our natural resource and educational grants.
- 75-50% Cost-Share for stream and fisheries improvements, wildlife habitat improvements, and uplands improvements. Priority for the 2018 Cost-Share will be given to watershed improvement projects.
- $500 grants for planting and seeding native riparian vegetation along streams and rivers.
- A matching grant program to promote large scale conservation and restoration projects. Minimum awards of $10,000 and maximum of $25,000, with limited exceptions. The district will award 1 to 4 grants per calendar year.
Services and programs are paid for by the yearly assessment on your tax statements labeled soil conservation.