(Greybull, Wyo.) — Approximately $50,000 is available to invest in projects that benefit the resources of the Bighorn National Forest, and the Bighorn Resource Advisory Committee
seeking project proposals.
The Committee will accept applications now through April 15.
The funds are available through Title II of the Secure Rural Schools and
Community Self Determination Act. Projects are required to be located on
National Forest System lands within Big Horn County or on adjacent lands.
The Bighorn’s Resource Advisory Committee coordinates with the Bighorn
National Forest as well as Big Horn County to consider projects that will
benefit the national forest by improving maintenance of existing
infrastructure, implementing stewardship objectives that enhance forest
ecosystems, restoring and improving land health, or restoring water quality.
Project work may be completed by Forest Service personnel, through
partnership agreements, or by open bid contracting.
Project submittal forms and instructions are available online at
Questions about submitting project proposals should be addressed to
Christopher D. Jones, Bighorn Resource Advisory Committee coordinator, at
307-674-2627 <307.674.2627> or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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