GRANT REQUEST APPLICATIONS

  New guidelines for all grant applications,  
 starting in 2020. Get started below.  

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New guidelines for the Cost Share program are being implemented

In an effort to save taxpayer dollars and to help land managers create the best management goals, we have developed and implemented a new process for all applications.

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1. Identify Project

Identify your project area and what you hope to achieve for your project goals. All good projects start with a clear and focused project goal.

2. Complete SIIPA

Go through the new online SIIPA tool to help prioritize your treatment areas and your priorities. Here's your chance to get focused.

3. Complete Application

Download and complete the online application. Attach the SIIPA results to the cost share application. It's quick and easy.

PROJECT RANKINGS

In an effort to make sure the BEST PROJECTS are funded, regardless of size, we have established some specific criteria.

Conservation

If conservation of natural resources goes wrong, nothing else will go right.

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Habitat

While we recognize that all habitat types are worthy of protection, we are looking at protecting the ones that are in greatest need.

Wildlife

Research has shown that healthy wildlife is crucial to a healthy landscape. We aim to do our part in this process.

Weed Species

We are looking at specific weed species and focusing on the best systems of eradication and/or containment.

GET STARTED TODAY

easy steps to get your grant application submitted

Get an account

Log on to EDDMaps and get a free account

Request Access

Request access to the Utah SIIPA project by emailing Aaron

Complete SIIPA

Go through the guided steps of the Utah SIIPA tool

Submit

Complete the application and submit with the SIIPA results

Identify and Target key primary areas

The grant application process has been designed to help you identify and target key primary areas. Once you have identified the primary targets, the SIIPA tool helps you prioritize where your resources should be spent.

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