Technical Assistance Cost Share Grants

Technical Assistance Cost Share Grants provide opportunities for practitioners in the natural resources field to apply for up to 50% cost share funding for proposed projects. TCD considers projects that fall within any of the Strategic Plan categories, including: Agriculture, Mapping Resources & Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Restoration & Sustainability, Teton County Planning & Development Regulations, Water Resources, and Wildlife. Applications for TAC grants are accepted twice annually, in August and February. Learn more about the application process and current and past TAC Grant awardees below.

  Photo credit Heather Hayes. Long-Billed Curlew Research TAC Grant Project Photo.

Photo credit Heather Hayes. Long-Billed Curlew Research TAC Grant Project Photo.


Current tac grant projects

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Inversion labs: assessing impacts to air quality from vehicle emissions in teton county

Inversion Labs received a TAC Grant during the August 2017 cycle. The purpose of the project proposed by Inversion is to assess the impacts to air quality caused by vehicle emissions in Teton County in collaboration with the WYoming Department of Environmental Quality. What makes this project particularly exciting is the equipment it employs in the assessment of air quality, the S500 Air Quality Monitor, which is a portable air quality monitoring device made by the New Zealand based company Aeroqual. Because the S500 is compact in size and portable, it can be installed on street posts and light posts directly adjacent to roadways allowing for samples that reflect the air quality commonly experience by cyclists and pedestrians. Learn more about Inversion Labs's project here.

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Crane creek ranch Waterways assessment & improvements

Crane Creek Ranch is a privately owned ranch along the Snake River east of Wilson, WY. Under the management of the Morgan family, this important piece of the Snake River Corridor has continually been maintained, improved and supported.  With the help of TAC Grant funding, the Morgan family is moving forward on implementing water quality improvements outlined in the Crane Creek Conceptual Design Plan. The Morgans are continuing to steward the property, monitoring and observing hydrologic and ecosystem health, as well as contributing in-kind value to the project such as materials and labor. Together, TCD and the Morgan family are working to continue promoting and protecting the overall health of the Snake River and its larger ecosystem.