The MWCC Watershed Fund provides direct support to our community-based Watershed Partners for capacity-building, professional development, and on-the-ground projects on private lands.

The two primary goals of the Watershed Fund are:

  1. Increase the capacity of local communities to advance community-based, locally led conservation using the Watershed Approach to conservation.
  2. Provide a model for streamlining, consolidating, and leveraging resources for locally led conservation statewide.

To learn more about the MWCC Watershed Fund, click Here. For information about different types of Watershed Fund support, see our Project Support, Capacity Support, Professional Development Support, and Opportunity Support pages. You may also contact MWCC Watershed Programs Coordinator Terri Nichols at (406) 475-1420 or

Thank you for filling out this request. The purpose of Watershed Fund Professional Development Support is to allow MWCC Watershed Conservation Partners to acquire skills, knowledge, and resources relevant to watershed health in their communities. A secondary purpose is to provide support for the implementation of new tools and the application of new skills that are critical to your organization taking a meaningful next step in organizational capacity, sustainability, project implementation, or scaling up of watershed efforts.

If your request is approved for funding, you will be required to fill out a separate form to receive reimbursement for your workshop, training, or conference. MWCC will send you this form upon approval of your funding request.

Please contact Watershed Programs Coordinator Terri Nichols with any questions:

Montana Watershed Coordination Council