Have an Idea for Urban Waters?
Do you have an idea that could restore urban waters but you need funding? This could be your opportunity.
EPA recently announced it will provide up to $1.8 million for projects across the country to protect Americans’ health and restoring urban waters, by improving water quality and revitalizing communities.
The funding is part of EPA’s Urban Waters program which helps communities access, improve and benefit from their urban waters. Urban waters are canals, rivers, lakes, wetlands, aquifers, estuaries, bays and oceans. Examples of projects eligible for funding include:
· training for water quality improvement or green infrastructure jobs,
· educating about ways to reduce water pollution,
· monitoring local water quality,
· engaging diverse stakeholders to develop local watershed plans, or
· promoting local water quality and community revitalization goals.
A web-based seminar on this funding opportunity will be held on January 5, 2012. Proposals must be received by EPA by January 23, 2012. Awards are expected to be made in the summer of 2012. More information about these urban waters small grants and registration for the webinars is available on our national website.
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