Funding

We Can't Do This Without Help! 

LSRWA is grateful to all those who contribute time, materials, and funds to support our mission. Our volunteers provide strong backs and creative minds, but we depend upon our members, grantors, corporate sponsors, and other partners for the financial support needed to grow the organization and expand the work we do in our communities. 

Current Grants

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

River Planning Grants were given to help build capacity and outreach of the organization and to begin the watershed planning process.

  • 2011-2013:  Organizational Capacity Building, Watershed Community Outreach, and Watershed Planning

  • 2012-2014:  Organizational Strategic Planning, Partnership Building, and Next Steps in Developing a Watershed Plan 

  • 2013-2014:  Organizational Capacity Building, Education and Outreach, Citizen Science Programming, and Fundraising 

  • 2015-2016:  Organizational Capacity Building, Education and Outreach, Website Maintenance, and Fundraising

Citizen-Based Monitoring Partnership Program Grant to support volunteer training for conducting water quality sampling.

  • 2012-2013:  Lower Sugar River Watershed Citizen Monitoring Program Development- Phase 1 

Wisconsin Environmental Education Board 

Water Grant Program award to support the Juda Watershed Partnership doing restoration and project-based curriculum development in the Juda School District.

  • 2013-2014:  Designing and Implementing a Pilot Stream Restoration Project to Demonstrate and Monitor Water Quality Improvements in the North Fork Juda Branch, a State Impaired Stream in the Lower Sugar River Watershed 

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