Riparian Corridor 319

James River Riparian Corridor Restoration & Protection Project is a 319 grant received through the Department of Natural Resources. This exiting project has wonderful opportunities for streamside landowners. Learn More »

Show-Me Yards, Neighborhoods, Farms and Ranches (SMYNFR) 319 Grant

This is a grant received on March 1, 2012 from the Department of Natural Resources focusing on nonpoint source issues in the upper and middle James River Basin. Click to view more information about cost-share opportunities. Learn More »

Table Rock Lake 319 Grant

Onsite Wastewater Treatment system cost share opportunity for homeowners living in the Lower James River Basin of the watershed with failing septic systems. Learn More »

Water Quality Improvement Project

Implementing Innovative Conservation Design for Stormwater Management in the Ozarks is the focus of the WQIP. These are funds appropriated by Senators Talent and Bond and administered by the Enviromnetal Resources Coaliton. JRBP has worked on several local low impact development projects with these funds. Learn More »

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