FY 2008 Assessment and Watershed Protection Program Grants (AWPPGs)

The U. S. EPA is accepting proposals from eligible applicants under two National Priorities:
(1) Watershed/Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) National Priority and (2) Nonpoint Source National Priority.

The Watershed/TMDL National Priority focuses on projects that advance the science of TMDL

credit:


development and watershed management through the provision of technical training/information transfer, and enhancement of TMDL production efficiencies.

The specific project topic areas under the Watershed/TMDL National Priority include:
Assessment and TMDL Workshops; Tools, Incentives, and Products Training for the Watershed Approach; and Tools, Incentives, and Trainings that Foster the Financing of Water Quality Protection and/or Habitat Restoration/Protection Activities on a Watershed Scale.

The Nonpoint Source National Priority focuses on enhancing lake water quality through innovative outreach projects, educational materials, curriculum design, and awareness programs.

The specific project topic area under the Nonpoint Source National Priority is Technical Support, Conferences, and/or Workshops to Promote Clean Lakes.

Related Programs

Assessment and Watershed Protection Program Grants

Environmental Protection Agency


Agency: Environmental Protection Agency

Office: None

Estimated Funding: $500,000





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
FY 2008 Assessment and Watershed Protection Program Grants (AWPPGs)

Additional Information of Eligibility:
See Section III of the announcement for additional eligibility information.

Full Opportunity Web Address:
http://www.epa.gov/owow/funding/rfp.html

Contact:
Tim Icke at (202) 566-1211.

Agency Email Description:
Tim Icke

Agency Email:
awppg@epa.gov

Date Posted:
2008-02-29

Application Due Date:
2008-04-22

Archive Date:
2008-05-22



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