The Texas Water Development Board is now accepting applications for Fiscal Year 2019 Agricultural Water Conservation Grants.

Applications are due to the Texas Water Development Board no later than noon Jan. 16.

Up to $600,000 in grant funding is available to eligible political subdivisions and state agencies for agricultural water conservation projects involving irrigation efficiency and system improvements. Funding is available for the purchase of agricultural water conservation equipment, materials, and supplies designed to monitor irrigation water use, implement irrigation scheduling, and/or improve irrigation efficiency.

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact Cameron Turner at 512-936-6090 or cameron.turner@twdb.texas.gov.

For more information, view the full request for applications and instructions on how to apply on the Texas Water Development Board’s website.

Please visit the Agricultural Water Conservation Grants Program page for general program information.

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