Latah Soil and Water Conservation District

 
 

Click here to watch a time-lapse video of the removal of Dutch Flat Dam

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Thank you to the following for recent awards in support of natural resource conservation in Latah County
  • Statewide Education Philanthropic Gift Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation, $1,000
  • Bonneville Power Administration, Steelhead Habitat Restoration, $296,543
  • Idaho Office of Species Conservation/Snake River Basin Adjudication, East Fork Potlatch River Road System Improvements, $417,528
  • Idaho Office of Species Conservation/Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Fund, Dutch Flat Dam Removal, $508,836 
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service, Spalding Silene Recovery, $10,000
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service, Palouse Prairie Restoration/Botanist, $15,000
  • Bonneville Power Administration, Steelhead Habitat Restoration, $421,367
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service, Palouse Prairie Restoration, $65,000
  • Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, Steelhead Habitat Restoration, $207,302
  • Idaho Office of Species Conservation/Snake River Basin Adjudication, Steelhead Habitat Resotration, $367,528 
  • Latah County Community Foundation, Youth Outreach, $1,000 
  • Natural Resources Conservation Service, Lime Application Demonstration Project, $75,000

Latah Soil and Water Conservation District
Gritman Medical Park (Federal Building)
220 East 5th Street, Suite 208
Moscow, Idaho 83843
blog.latahsoil.org