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Mule deer herd on Green Mountain, Colorado

RESTORE Colorado Program

Mule deer herd on Green Mountain, Colorado
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RESTORE Colorado funds at-scale habitat restoration and stewardship projects on public and private conservation lands in Colorado that have the greatest benefit for wildlife and local communities. RESTORE Colorado is a partnership among NFWF and Great Outdoors Colorado, the Gates Family Foundation, Colorado Department of Natural Resources, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Colorado Water Conservation Board.

Partners

Stretching from the rolling shortgrass prairies of the Great Plains to the crest of the Rocky Mountains, and into the canyons of the desert Southwest, Colorado hosts some of the most impressive landscapes and wildlife habitat in the country. At the same time, a rapidly growing human population and increasing demands on public and private lands has strained wildlife and their habitats in the region.

Restoration and Stewardship of Outdoor Resources (RESTORE) Colorado funds at-scale habitat restoration, expansion and improvement projects across priority landscapes including: 

•    River corridors, riparian areas and wetlands
•    Eastern Colorado grasslands
•    Sagebrush
•    Big game winter range and migration routes
•    Forestland projects in specific geographies
 

Application Information


08/05/2020 RESTORE Colorado 2021 Request for Proposals View Now

Due Dates


Due Date Name
Full Proposal Deadline
05/15/2020 2020 Grant Slate Download the PDF
Staff Representatives

Director, Rocky Mountain Regional Office

Manager, Southwest Rivers Program

Manager, Rocky Mountain Regional Programs

Regional Program Coordinator