Ranching for Rivers applications opening in January

New cost share aims to improve watershed health


Last updated 11/2/2022 at 8:13am

Press release

The Montana Association of Conservation Districts is funding the Ranching for Rivers program for projects between Spring of 2023 and Fall of 2024, providing a 50% cost share on waterside projects involving the installation of new fencing. 

In the Hill County region, projects on the Milk River, Beaver Creek, Little Box Elder Creek and Big Sandy Creek are most likely to qualify, but the Hill County Conservation District can help people check the eligibility of other creeks in the county. 

The program is aimed to provide alternative water to cattle, fencing them out of exist...

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