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"The National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) is the nonprofit organization that represents America's 3,000 conservation districts . . . The association was founded on the philosophy that conservation decisions should be made voluntarily at the local level with technical and funding assistance from federal, state, and local governments, as well as the private sector."
ATSWCD/NRCS EDUCATION AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES GRANT
555 PROGRAM GRANT
ATSWCD and NRCS are proud to announce funding for the 555 Program will continue in FY22 for conservation districts in Texas. Eligible districts can apply for up to $555.00 in matching funds under the agreement. The payments will be made on a 75%-25% cost share rate. Districts can be reimbursed for eligible education and outreach activities. Once the activity has been completed, the district can submit the attached form to apply for reimbursement.
Quarterly deadline dates are on page two of the reimbursement form
For inquiries or further information, contact Tamara Daniel, ATSWCD Executive Director:
(Save the Excel reimbursement forms above to fill in the forms.
FY22 QUOTA LETTER AND REMITTANCE NOTICE FROM ATSWCD PRESIDENT
October 21, 2021
Dear Conservation District Directors:
First and foremost, thank you to all districts who supported the Association in fiscal year 2021 through your annual quota payment. We greatly appreciate your confidence in us. We realize that we all continue to work in unique or difficult environments and we continue to work hard to earn your support.
We are poised to start fiscal year 2022 off in a great way but we need your continued support. The FY 2022 quota statement is attached. The Association has worked hard to bring in supplemental sources of revenue so we can continue to maintain our quota at the previous year’s levels and continue to grow the organization and the support we can provide to districts. . . .
We realize that as we head into 2022 we still face many challenges. However, I do know that the conservation of our natural resources never stops and we have never stopped working for districts and landowners. We look forward to another successful year.
Please do not hesitate to contact myself or any other board member should you have questions or concerns at any time.
Rick Schilling, ATSWCD President