The Scott Watershed Management Organization (WMO) Cost Share Program was created to provide funds to landowners for the implementation of conservation practices that protect and improve water quality in rivers, lakes, streams, and other valuable water resources in the Scott WMO. Landowners, citizen groups, and local units of government can request financial and technical assistance from the Scott WMO and the Scott Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) through the cost share program for implementation of conservation practices. All requests are subject to approval by the SWMO Board. Applications are taken on a continuous basis. Eligible practices are listed below the photos. Click on the photos for more information about them.