Determine application priorities in consultation with the Sub-District & Board staff, and come to agreement with the landowner on ultimate fence location prior to application approval.
The AWWD board and/or staff will assist livestock producers in seeking other funding sources and will give priority to applicants who make use of these opportunities.
Reserve the right to reasonable access to project areas for tours or to inspect the condition of the project site.
Provide 80% funding to a maximum $1000 per mile .
The landowner shall:
Provide reasonable access for inspection, and tours.
Not alter, change, remove, or modify the project without written consent of the District.
Be responsible for ongoing maintenance of the project areas upon completion of the project.
Indemnify and save harmless the District from any and all actions, claims, suits, damages, injuries, or other loss no matter how howsoever arising as a result of the construction, operation or maintenance of the project.
Grant the watershed district the right to use any information related to this project for educational or promotional purposes.
General Terms and Conditions:
Subject to the above terms, the agreement shall become effective and shall be binding upon both parties.
If either party fails to meet the above mentioned responsibilities, the agreement may be terminated by the party via written notice.
The annual projects resulting from this program will be subject to funds appropriated.
Technical service will be subject to the availability of staff. The district reserves the right to establish priorities for providing such services and assistance.
Failure of Landowner to meet Landowner Responsibilities may negate him/her from other Watershed District programs.