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The programs must also adhere to the principles of experiential learning and provide young people with the noble opportunity to engage in real-life learning opportunities in conjunction with the goals and objectives of the program.

In addition, the NIFA strongly encourages program proposals that focus on consumer needs for education and behavior change related to household, lawn, and garden practices that may adversely impact water resources in agricultural, rural, and urbanizing watersheds and related aquifers.

Projects that are specifically designed to advance consumer understanding of the ecological impact of water use in agricultural products or ecosystem services from agricultural production are also vehemently encouraged.

In order to support these initiatives, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture is set to administer funds in the amount of $4,000,000.

The institutions and organizations which will be assumed eligible to submit an application under the National Integrated Water Quality Program are the following:

a) Private and Public Non-profit entities

b) State and Local Governments

c) Indian Tribal Governments and Organizations

d) Faith-based Organizations

e) Community-based Organizations

f) Institutions of Higher Education

g) Private and Public Colleges and Universities

h) Independent School Districts

The United States Department of Agriculture, the mother agency funding this program, is the country's leading agency responsible for substantial anti-hunger efforts and the stewardship of national forest and rangelands through product safety and conservation efforts.

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