Harney Soil and Water Conservation District is providing $96,000 in wildlife habitat funding for landowners located in the northwest corner of Harney County near Riley. Preference will/may be given to project areas that are in or near pronghorn winter range, or at least are likely to be used by pronghorn during winter months. However, enhancements to summer pronghorn range enhancement may be considered as summer habitat quality is an important component pronghorn recruitment and winter survival.
Projects should/may include the following components:
- Construction of Pronghorn migratory corridors; such as removal of barbed fences or large obstructions in the migratory path
- Removal of invasive species
- Planting of desired habitat species
- Removal of juniper
Application submission: April 15, 2020 Application Award: April 23, 2020
Projects to begin no sooner than: May 1, 2020 Progress reports due: Quarterly
Project completion: June 2022
Eligible entities: private landowners located in the northwest corner of Harney County, north of Highway 20 near Riley.
Prior to submitting your application, please be sure that you enclose:
- Fully completed application
- Project budget
- Project narrative
- Project maps, design or attachments if necessary
Please submit completed grant packet including accompanying materials to:
Must be received no later than 5 pm, April 15, 2020 to qualify.
|Harney Soil & Water Conservation District
c/o Shannon Brubaker
PO Box 848
Hines, OR 97738
The link below should open the application form. Please read it thoroughly. You can mail the completed application form (PO Box 848, Hines, OR 97738) or drop it off at the district office located at 530 Hwy 20 South, Hines. The deadline for receiving an application is 5 pm on April 15, 2020.