Thank you for your interest in attending the 2021 Watershed Tour!
The deadline to apply for Watershed Tour scholarships has been extended to midnight on Sunday, August 1, with scholarships now available only to Conservation District staff and supervisors and to Big Sky Watershed Corps members and BSWC host site personnel implementing DEQ-approved Watershed Restoration Plans to reduce nonpoint source pollution. Scholarships may cover registration, travel, and lodging costs, depending on the applying organization's need and funds available.
MWCC will notify applicants whether they have received funding the week of August 9.
Please register for the tour at the same time that you fill out this scholarship application form, since space is limited. Choose the payment option "Apply for a Scholarship," and you will not be required to pay when you register. If you do not receive a scholarship, MWCC will work with you to determine if you will still be able to attend the Tour.
If your organization has an existing account in Submittable, the online grant management platform MWCC uses, please login to that existing account before clicking on the scholarship application link below.
If you are applying for a scholarship on behalf of a local watershed conservation organization, please include expenses for everyone in your organization who will be attending; do not fill out individual requests for individual staff or board members.
All scholarship recipients will be required to fill out a short professional development reporting form about their experience on the tour. This form will ask about what skills and knowledge you gained on the tour and how what you learned will help you and/or your organization to improve watershed health in your community. Be thinking about these things while on the Tour, so you can accurately fill out the form afterward.
Please contact Watershed Programs Coordinator Terri Nichols with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org