Choose a name that is unique to the project. If it is a
multi-year project, identify the year (1, 2, etc.), fiscal year (FY09, FY10, etc.),
or phase (1, 2, etc.). Do not include any landowners', etc. first or last names,
or any sensitive/threatened/endangered species, in the project name.
A brief summary of the project. Identify the output (e.g.
Improve 500 acres of deer winter range by chaining and seeding a pinyon-juniper
woodland), not the expected outcome (e.g. Increase carrying capacity of deer winter
range). (255 character limit)
Provide general location information, for example, “Five
miles east of Sterling on the Manti-LaSal National Forest” or “A one-mile section
of the East Fork Sevier River, five miles downstream of Otter Creek Reservoir.”
(255 character limit)"
The Watershed Restoration Initiative Region in which the
project will take place. They can be viewed by enabling the UWRI Regions layer on
the map and using the identify function.
Identify the agency or organization that will be responsible
for the majority of project implementation.
Select the fiscal year (FY) in which the Project Manager
would like to implement the project. The UWRI Fiscal year is between July 1st
and June 30th of the following year. For example, fiscal year 2009 is
from July 1, 2008 until June 30, 2009.
Select all that you wish to receive your project proposal
for review and consideration of funding. UWRI refers to any of Utah Watershed Restoration
Initiative’s regional teams, made up of cooperating partners.