This project promotes collaborative conservation activities to inventory, document, and restore damaged sites (e.g., off road vehicle tracks, invasive plant species) within Death Valley National Park.
Personnel from GBI and NPS will collaborate to:
1. Inventory and document specific locations
within Death Valley NP for site damage.
2. Prioritize damaged sites for restoration activities.
3. Conduct cultural and sensitive species surveys at high priority restoration sites to assist with NEPA and 106 compliance.
4. Develop and test sites for specific restoration techniques.
5. Coordinate volunteer youth groups to assist with restoration activities.
6. Document success and failures by project site.
Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories
Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
https://www.grants.govAdditional Information of Eligibility:
To be eligible to apply for funding under this NOFA, you must be a Native American Tribe, state, city, county/parish, or other unit of local government.
Multiple units of a local government (or multiple local governments) may apply as a consortium; however, a principal (lead) applicant must be identified that will be responsible for ensuring compliance with all requirements specified in this NOFA.
State government and Native American tribal applicants must have an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) authorized lead-based paint training and certification program.
If you are a housing agency, community development corporation or redevelopment authority, or any other entity that is not the executive office or a department of a Native American Tribe, state, city, county/parish, or other unit of local government, you must identify the government of which you are a part, and submit for review the specific statutory and other documents to demonstrate that you are a part of that government, rather than a separate entity.
A document publicly posted on the Internet (i.e., without a password or encryption) may be submitted by providing the title and the web address (URL) in place of a scanned version of the document.
Existing Grantees with Performance Deficiencies.
In order to receive an award under this NOFA competition, an existing grantee applicant must not have received a Red Performance designation for any active grant from the OHHLHC that included its being behind schedule in meeting the OHHLHCs standard Performance benchmarks for either housing unit production or funds expenditure for both of the last two consecutive reporting periods before the application deadline.
If such an applicant is selected for an award, an award will not be made to that applicant unless the Performance deficiency is corrected by you achieving a Yellow or Green Performance designation and meeting the OHHLHCs standard benchmarks for both housing unit production and funds expenditure.
If you fail to correct the Performance deficiency within three months after selection, HUD may cancel the award and then offer an award to, and negotiate with, the next highest-ranking qualified applicant not selected.4.
If you received an award under the FY 2009 NOFA cycle for any of the programs in this NOFA, you are not eligible to apply, unless you received partial funding.
Applicants partially funded for any program in FY2009 may apply for funds under this NOFA.
However, applicants who received funding under the Fiscal Year 2009 Lead Hazard Control Capacity Building Grant Program are eligible to apply and will be considered a new applicant.Full Opportunity Web Address:https://www.grants.govContact: Agency Email Description:
email Agency Email: Date Posted:
2019-08-06Application Due Date: Archive Date: