Grant applications sought for improving streams
The West Virginia Stream Partners Program is accepting grant applications from community groups interested in improving local stream health.
More than $70,000 is available this year through West Virginia’s Stream Partners Program. Community-based watershed associations wishing to implement a watershed improvement project may apply for up to $5,000. The deadline to apply for grants is April 15.
Volunteers have used funding in the past for everything from creating fish habitat by planting trees along stream banks, to developing trout in classroom programs at local schools.
For more information on the Stream Partners Program call 800-654-5227 or e-mail Stream Partners Program Coordinator Jennifer Pauer at email@example.com. For online application questions, grant cover sheet and grant writing tips visit www.wvca.us/stream.cfm.