Professional Development Grant Program

The Colorado Weed Management Association (CWMA) is offering professional development grants to support members interested in attending the CWMA Winter or Spring Training events.

Congratulations to our grant winner! 

Lucas Casias
Costilla County GIS Coordinator/Noxious Weed Coordinator

Lucas is an active member of CWMA and a leader within the CWMA community. With the help of the grant, he will be attending the 2021 Winter Training in Fot Collins.

Grant Guidelines

Grants are available for current CWMA members to receive free registration to the CWMA Winter or Spring Training events, who would not have opportunity to attend otherwise. Four registrations will be available each year to CWMA members that can demonstrate need for the grant.


Applicant must be a current CWMA member in good standing. Please confirm your status with staff before submitting your application. If not already a member, join today.

Applicant must not have previously received a CWMA professional development grant. Funds requested must be used in the calendar year in which they were awarded.

Selection Criteria:

The applicant must explain why the grant is needed to support training attendance and document any matching funds available. Recipient agrees to allow CWMA to announce award on website or in other promotional materials. Recipient will be asked for a photo of themselves attending the training for which the grant has been awarded.

Application Process

Applications for the Spring Training are due by the last day in February; applications for the Winter Training are due by the last day in September.

Click here to access the application.