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					                                                                        Funding Resources
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Type/Name                 Agency   Overview                                           Eligibility                                            Assistance Provided


      FEDERAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES


                                                                                    •Land must be owned or operated for at least 12
                                                                                    months.• Individuals, partnerships, associations,
                                                                                    Indian tribal venture corporations, estates, trusts,
                                                                                    other business enterprises or legal entities, a state,
                                                                                    state political subdivisions, state or local agencies
                                                                                    owning or operation land might be eligible to
                                                                                    participate.•Land must have a minimum acceptable         •Annual rental payments to each
                                   CRP is a voluntary program that offers long-term erodibility index, be located in an approved             participant of up to $50,000 per
                                   rental payments and cost-share assistance to     conservation priority area, have evidence of scour       fiscal year • Payment to
                                   establish long-term, resource-conserving cover erosion damage, be a cropped wetland or cropland           participant of up to 50 percent of
                                   on environmentally sensitive cropland or, in     associated with noncropped wetlands, be land             the cost for establishing cover •
                                   some cases, marginal pastureland. Increased      enrolled in the Water Bank Program(WBP) in the last      Incentive payments for wetland
Conservation Reserve               rental payments are available on certain land    year of the WBP agreement, or contain other              hydrology restoration equal to 25
Program                   USDA     areas.                                           environmentally sensitive land.                          percent of the cost of restoration.


                                                                                                                                              •Cost sharing:Up to 75 percent of
                                                                                                                                              costs of certain conservation
                                                                                                                                              practices • Incentive payments:
                                                                                                                                              Up to 100 percent for 3 years,
                                   The Environmental Quality Incentive Program        • Non-federal landowners (including American Indian paid at a flat rate • Maximum
                                   (EQIP) was established to provide a single,        tribes) engaged in livestock operations or agricultural $10,000 per person per year and
                                   voluntary conservation program for farmers and     production • Eligible land includes cropland,           $50,000 over length of contract •
Environmental Quality              ranchers to address significant natural resource   rangeland, pasture, forestland, and other farm and      NRCS awarded 24,339 contracts
Incentive Program         USDA     needs and objectives.                              ranch lands                                             in FY97




                                   The National Oceanic and Atmospheric
                                   Administration (NOAA) guides the conservation
                                   and management of coastal resources through a      •State and local governments, public nonprofit
                                   variety of mechanisms, including collaboration     institutions/organizations, other public               •Projects grants and/or
Coastal Services Center            with the coastal resource management programs      institutions/organizations(eligibility may vary by     cooperative agreements,
Cooperative Agreements    NOAA     of the nation's states and territories.            program)                                               depending on program


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Type/Name                     Agency        Overview                                          Eligibility                                              Assistance Provided



                                                                                            • Coastal states, including Great Lakes states, Puerto     • Formula grants. Non-federal
                                                                                            Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the            match required. • Program
                                            This program assists states in implementing and Trust territories of the Pacific, and the Commonwealth     enhancement grants. No match
Coastal Zone Management                     enhancing Coastal Zone Management (CZM)         of the Northern Mariana Islands • Most states provide      required. • NOAA awarded 34
Administraion/Impementation                 programs that have been approved by the         some funds to local groups and nonprofit                   grants in FY98, ranging from
Awards                      NOAA            Secretary of Commerce.                          organizations.                                             $640,000 to $2,550,000




                                            The National Sea Grant College Program
                                            encourages the wise use and stewardship of our    • State and local governments, nonprofit and fro-profit
                                            marine resources and coastal environment          organizations, academic organizations, federally
National Sea Grant College                  through research, education, outreach and         recognized Indian tribes, and individuals. Federal      • Grants • 50 percent match
Program                       NOAA          technology transfer.                              entities are not eligible.                              required (1/3 of total project cost)



                                                                                                                                                       • In-kind services (grant-writing
                                                                                                                                                       assistance, habitat assessment,
                                                                                                                                                       customized GIS maps, outreach
                                           The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service(FWS) Coastal                                                             materials and assistance, coastal
                              U.S. Fish    Program works to conserve healthy coastal                                                                   habitat restoration expertise) •
                              and Wildlife habitats for the benefit of fish, wildlife, and • Projects on either public or private land in coastal      Federal project match(program
Coastal Program               Service      people.                                         watersheds                                                  leveraged $22 million in FY99)

                                                                                                                                                    • Planning grants. Assist
                                                                                                                                                    communities with the
                                                                                                                                                    development of Flood Mitigation
                                                                                                                                                    plans (assessment of flood risk
                                                                                                                                                    and identification of actions
                                            The Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) program                                                           needed to reduce risk).
                                            helps states and communities identify and                                                               Communities must have Flood
                                            implement measures to reduce or eliminate the                                                           Mitigation Plans to be eligible for
                                            long-term risk of flood damage to homes and       • State agencies, participating NFIP communities, or FMA project grants. • Project
Flood Mitigation Assistance                 other structures insurable under the National     qualified local organizations • Communities that have grants. For implementation of
Program                       FEMA          Flood Insurance Program(NFIP).                    been suspended from the NFIP are not eligible         measures to reduce flood losses.




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Type/Name                   Agency      Overview                                            Eligibility                                             Assistance Provided

                                                                                       • State and local governments, certain private
                                                                                       nonprofit organizations or institutions, and Indian          Project grants (match of funds or
                                        This program helps states and communities      tribes or authorized tribal organizations and Alaska         in-kind services required). FEMA
Hazard Mitigation Grant                 implement long-term hazard mitigation measures native villages or organizations • Project must be in a      can fund up to 75 percent of total
Program                     FEMA        following a major disaster declaration.        previously declared (by the President) disaster area         eligible costs.



                                        Project Impact helps communities that have a
                                        history of losses from natural disasters or have a
Project Impact Grant                    significant disaster risk, such as those located in • Communities/local governments(selectin process
Program                     FEMA        watershed floodplains.                              takes place at the state level)                         Grants
                                                                                                                                                    • Cost-share between federal and
                                        Informally known as Challenge 21, this                                                                      local governments • Federal
                                        watershed-based program focuses on identifying                                                              share is 50 percent for studies
                                        sustainable solutions to flooding problems by                                                               and 65 percent for project
Flood Hazard Mitigation and US Army     examining nonstructural solutions in flood-prone                                                            implementation, up to a
Riverine Ecosystem          Corps of    areas, while retaining traditional measures where • Local governments • Study area must be in a             maximum federal allocation of
Restoration Program         Engineers   appropriate.                                      floodplain                                                $30 million
                                                                                                                                                     •Cost share:FSA pays up to 64
                                        The Emergency Conservation Program (ECP)                                                                     percent of the total cost •
                                        provides financial assistance to farmers and                                                                 Maximum $200,000 total cost-
                                        ranchers for the rehabilitation of farmlands                                                                 sharing paid to an individual per
                                        damaged by floods, hurricanes, or other natural                                                              disaster • Technical assistance
                                        disasters. ECP also provides funds for carrying     • Eligible farmers are determined by individual on -site may be provided by USDA's
Emergency Conservation                  out emergency water conservation measures           inspections, taking into account the extent of damage Natural Resources Conservation
Program                     USDA        during periods of severe drought.                   and need for assistance                                  Service



                                        This grant program provides funds to community                                                              One grant per NPL site:•$50,000
                                        groups to permit them to hire technical advisors                                                            maximum (unless waived for
                                        who can assist the groups in interpreting                                                                   additional $50,000) • Required 20
                                        technical information concerning the assessment                                                             percent match(unless waived
Superfund Technical                     of potential hazards and selection and design of                                                            because of inability to pay) •
Assistance Grants for Citizen           appropriate remedies at sites eligible for cleanup • Any qualified group of individuals, but recipient      EPA awarded eight grants in
Groups at Priority Sites      EPA       under the Superfund Program.                       group must incorporate to receive funds                  FY98




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Type/Name                  Agency   Overview                                             Eligibility                                            Assistance Provided
                                                                                                                                                • Project grants(617 grants
                                                                                                                                                awarded in FY98, ranging from
                                                                                                                                                $3,000 to $4.1 million) • Direct
                                    This program provides monies to provide basic                                                               loans(774 loans awarded in
                                    human amenities, alleviate health hazards and                                                               FY98, ranging from $5,000 to
                                    promoted the orderly growth of the rural areas of    • Municipalities, counties, and other political        $7.3 million) •
Water and Waste Disposal            the nation by meeting the need for new and           subdivisions of a state (such as districts), and       Guaranteed/insured loans(9
Systems for Rural                   improved rural water and waste disposal              authorities, associations, cooperatives, non-profit    guaranteed/insured loans
Communities                USDA     facilities.                                          corporations, and federally recognized Indian tribes   awarded in FY98)
                                                                                         • States, political subdivisions of a state, Indian tribes,
                                                                                         special-purpose state/local government units; or
                                    This program provides assistance to help             public or private nonprofit organizations • Proposed
                                    distressed communities attract new industry,         projects must be consistent with an approved regional
Public Works and                    encourage business expansion, diversify local        Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy
Development Facilities              economies, and generate long-term, private           (CEDS) • EDA evaluates proposal and invites formal • project grants. Average FY98
Program                    EDA      sector jobs.                                         applications                                                grant: $859,443



                                                                                     • Entitlement Grants: central cities in a Metropolitan
                                                                                     Statistical Area (MSA); other cities greater than
                                                                                     50,000 in the MSA and urban counties of at least
                                                                                     200,000 (excluding population in the entitlement
                                                                                     cities) • Small Cities Grants: nonentitlement
                                    This program is intended to develop viable urban communities in New York and Hawaii • Insular Area
                                    communities by providing decent housing and a Grants:America Samoa, Guam , Northern Mariana
Community Development               suitable living environment and by expanding     Islands, and Virgin Islands • State Program Grants:
Block Grant Program        HUD      economic opportunities                           state governments distribute to local governments          formula grants




                                    This is directed toward environmental activities
                                    preliminary to cleanup, such as sited assessment • States (U.S. territories), political subdivisions
Brownfields Assessment              ,site identification, site characterization, and site including cities, towns, counties), and federally     • Grants up to $200,000 for two
Demonstration Pilots       EPA      response or cleanup planning                          recognized Indian tribes.                             years (80 awarded in FY99)




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Type/Name                    Agency        Overview                                             Eligibility                                              Assistance Provided



                                                                                                • Entities must have been awarded a brownfields
                                           The objective is to facilitate cleanup of            assessment demonstration pilot, or be apolitical
                                           brownfields sites contaminated with hazardous        subdivision with jurisdiction over sites that have either
                                           substances by testing brownfields cleanup            been the subject of a targeted brownfields site
                                           revolving loan fund models that direct special       assessment or been selected to be the subject of an
                                           efforts toward coordinating public and private       EPA assessment. Coalitions, formed among eligible
Brownfields Cleanup                        brownfields cleanup efforts at the federal, state,   entities, are also permitted to apply, but a single entity grants up to $500,000 per eligible
Revolving Loan Fund Pilots   EPA           and local levels.                                    must be identified as the legal grant recipient.           entity (45 awarded in FY99)



                                                                                               • Colleges, universities, nonprofits, training centers,
                                                                                               community-based job training organizations, states,
                                           They are to facilitate cleanup of brownfields sites cities, towns, counties, U.S. territories and federally
Brownfields Job Training and               contaminated with hazardous substances and          recognized Indian tribes. Generally, entities with
Development Demonstration                  prepare trainees for future employment in the       experience in providing job training and placement        • Grants up to $200,000 over two
Pilots                       EPA           environmental field.                                programs are invited to apply.                            years (10 awarded in FY990




                                                                                                                                                         • Project grants (45 grants
                                           Grants are intended to initiate community-based • Nonprofit organizations and community groups •              awarded in FY98, ranging from
Sustainable Development                    projects that promote environmentally and       Federally recognized Indian tribes, state and local           $28,000 to $200,000) • 20
Challenge Grants             EPA           economically sustainable development.           governments                                                   percent match required

                                                                                            • Institutions of higher education, a consortia of higher
                                                                                            education institutions, partnerships composed of             • Grants (In FY99, CNS awarded
                                                                                            higher education institutions and other public or            57 higher education grants, 168
                                                                                            private non-profit organizations, nonprofit                  school-and community-based
                                                                                            organizations, state education agencies, Indian tribes,      grants, and 47 state formula
                             Corporation Typical projects address local needs in the areas U.S. territories, grant making entities, and state            grants) • Match is required
Learn and Serve America      for National of education, public safety, the environment, and commissions. Eligibility varies depending on type of         (varies from 10 to 50 percent,
Program                      Service      other human needs.                                funding sought.                                              depending on grantee)




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Type/Name                 Agency   Overview                                               Eligibility                                               Assistance Provided



                                   The purpose of the Sustainable Agriculture
                                   Research and Education (SARE) Program is to
                                   facilitate and increase scientific investigation and
                                   education to reduce the use of chemical
                                   pesticides, fertilizers, and toxic materials in
                                   agricultural production;to improve management
                                   of on-farm resources to enhance productivity,
                                   profitability, and competitiveness; to promote
                                   crop, livestock, and enterprise diversification and
                                   to facilitate the research of agricultural
                                   production systems located in areas that
                                   possess various soil, climatic, and physical
                                   characteristics; to study farms that have been         • Land-grant colleges or universities, other              • Project grants (cooperative
                                   and continue to be managed using farm                  universities, state agricultural experiment stations,     agreements). Funding is
                                   practices that optimize the use of on-farm             State cooperative extension services, nonprofit           available through Chapter 1
                                   resources and conservation practices; and to           organizations, individuals with demonstrable              (research and education) and
                                   promote partnerships among farmers, nonprofit          expertise, and federal or state governmental entities •   Chapter 3 9field personnel
Sustainable Agriculture            organizations, agribusiness, and public and            Producers are eligible for a separate small grants        training) of the Farm Bill. USDA
Research and Education    USDA     private research and extension institutions.           program                                                   awarded 221 grants in FY98.

                                   This program teams the Cooperative State
                                   Research Education and Extension Service               • State/local governments and academic/nonprofit
                                   (CSREES) with multiple federal agencies. The           institutions located in the United States are eligible for
                                   program is targeted directly to the identification     EPA, National Science Foundation, and USDA
Water Quality Special              and resolution of agriculture-relate degradation       funding. Profit-making firms and federal agencies are
Research Grants Program   USDA     of water quality.                                      eligible for USDA funding.                                 Project grants
                                                                                                                                                    • Project grants( up to $25,000
                                                                                                                                                    regionally; $25,000 to $150,000
                                                                                                                                                    nationally) • Non-federal
                                                                                                                                                    government match of 25 percent
                                   The purpose of the Environmental Education                                                                       is required • In FY99, the
                                   Grants (EEG) is to provide financial support for       • Local, tribal, or state education agencies, colleges    following number of grants were
                                   projects that design, demonstrate, or                  and universities, nonprofit organizations, state          awarded: 150 for $5,000, 50 for
Environmental Education            disseminate environmental education practices,         environmental agencies, and noncommercial                 $5,000-$25,000, and 9 for
Grants Program            EPA      methods, or techniques.                                education broadcasting agencies                           $100,000




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Type/Name                    Agency   Overview                                            Eligibility                                             Assistance Provided

                                                                                    • U.S. states, territories, and possessions, including
                                                                                    the District of Columbia, public and private
                                                                                    universities and colleges, hospitals, laboratories, state
                                      The Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program and local government departments, other public or         • Research grants • EPA
                                      is designed to improve the quality of science private nonprofit institutions, and individuals who have awarded 169 grants in FY98,
Science to Achieve Results   EPA      used in EPA' decision-making process.         demonstrated unusually high scientific ability.           ranging from $5,000 to $2 million



                                      This grant program provides financial assistance
                                      to community-based organizations and tribal                                                                 • Office of Environmental Justice
                                      governments to support projects to design,          • Community-based nonprofit organizations (             provides funds to EPA regional
Environmental Justice                 demonstrate, or disseminate practices, methods,     grassroot groups, churches) Organizations must be       offices, which in turn select and
Grants to Small Community             or techniques related to environmental justice on   incorporated to apply • Federally recognized Indian     award grants up to $20,000. EPA
Groups                       EPA      the local level.                                    tribes                                                  awarded 123 grants in FY98.

                                                                                                                                                  Project grants •Up to $100,000
                                                                                                                                                  for local projects that involve
                                                                                                                                                  multiple communities. EPA
                                                                                                                                                  awarded 48 grants in FY98. •
Environmental Justice                 This program provides financial assistance to low- • Nonprofit organizations • Federally recognized         Government entities are subject
Through Pollution Prevention          income and people-of-color communities to          Indian tribes • State and local governments and          to a 25 percent matching
Grants Program               EPA      implement pollution prevention activities.         academic institutions                                    requirement

                                                                                          • State Forester or equivalent state agency can
                                      The Cooperative Forestry Assistance Act             receive monies • State agency can provide these
                                      Programs help State Foresters or equivalent         monies to owners of non-federal lands; rural            • Formula grants, project grants,
                                      agencies with forest stewardship programs           communities; urban/municipal governments; nonprofit     cost share (funds are provided to
Cooperative Forestry                  intended to achieve ecosystem health and            organizations; and state, local, and private agencies   each state) • Use of property and
Assistance Programs          USDA     sustainability.                                     acting through State Foresters or equivalent            facilities

                                      The goal of Environmental Monitoring for Public     • Local governments ( as defined by 40 CFR 31.3)
                                      Access and Community Tracking (EMPACT) is to        that are located within an EMPACT metropolitan area
                                      provide public access to clearly communicated,      are eligible to apply, as are tribal governments located
                                      time-relevant (timely or real time), useful, and    within an EMPACT metro area. The principal
Environmental Monitoring for          accurate environmental monitoring data in an        investigator must be a current employee of the
Public Access and                     ongoing and sustainable manner in 86 of the         grantee. Partner organizations may receive funds         • Projects grants • Awards range
Community Tracking           EPA      largest U.S. metropolitan areas.                    through subcontracts with the awardees institution.      from $200,000 to $400,000



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Type/Name                 Agency        Overview                                           Eligibility                                            Assistance Provided



                                                                                                                                                  • SBA guarantees up to
                                                                                                                                                  $1,000,000 fro Pollution Control
                                                                                                                                                  Loans to eligible businesses
                                                                                                                                                  (normal SBA loans are
                                                                                                                                                  guaranteed up to $750,000).
                                                                                                                                                  SBA loan programs are intended
                                                                                                                                                  to encourage longer term small
                                                                                                                                                  business financing but actual
                                                                                                                                                  loan maturities are based on the
                                                                                                                                                  ability to repay, the purpose of
                                                                                                                                                  the loan proceed, and the useful
                                                                                                                                                  life of the assets financed.
                                                                                                                                                  However, maximum loan
                                        The Small Business Administration's (SBA)                                                                 maturities have been
                                        Pollution Control Loans are intended to provide    • Small businesses. Although most are eligible for     established; twenty-five years for
                                        loan guarantees to eligible small businesses fro   loans, some types of businesses are ineligible and a   real estate, ten years for
                                        the financing of the planning, design, or          case-by-case determination must be made by the         equipment; and seven years fro
Pollution Control Loans   SBA           installation of pollution control facilities.      SBA.                                                   working capital.

                                                                                         • Applicant All states, as well as Puerto Rico, the
                                                                                         Virgin Islands, Guam, the Commonwealth of the            • Project grants (federal share of
                                                                                         Northern Mariana Islands, America Samoa, and             total project costs is not to
                          U.S. Fish    The program provides grants to coastal states for Washington, DC       • Beneficiary Eligible states,      exceed 75 percent) • 50 grants
Clean Vessel Act Grant    and Wildlife surveying and planning pumpout/dump stations territories, commonwealths, or district, and                  were awarded in FY99, ranging
Program                   Service      for wastewater.                                   municipalities and private marinas within them           from $14,000 to $790,000
                                        The Chemical Emergency Preparedness and
                                        Prevention (CEPP) program provides financial
                                        assistance to states, local agencies, and Indian
                                        tribes for (1) chemical accident prevention
                                        activities that relate to the Risk Management
                                        Program under Clean Air Act section 112(r), (2)
                                        chemical emergency planning, and (3)
Chemical Emergency                      community right-to-know programs that are                                                                 • Project grants (cooperative
Preparedness and                        established to prevent or eliminate unreasonable • States, local governments, District of Columbia,       agreements) • EPA awarded 33
Prevention Technical                    risk to the health and environment of            Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana       grants in FY98, ranging from
Assistance Grants         EPA           communities.                                     Islands, and federally recognized Indian tribes          $10,000 to $150,000



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Type/Name                  Agency   Overview                                           Eligibility                                              Assistance Provided




                                                                                                                                                • Grants up to $50,000; 11 grants
                                    The Pesticide Environmental Stewardship                                                                     awarded in FY98 • As funds
                                    Program (PESP) forms voluntary partnerships                                                                 allow, Partners and Supporters
                                    with pesticide users to reduce the risks from                                                               compete for seed money to help
                                    pesticides in agricultural and non-agricultural                                                             support pest management
Pesticide Environmental             settings, and implement pollution prevention                                                                practices that reduce pesticide
Stewardship Grants         EPA      measures.                                          • Open only to PESP Partners and Supporters              risk.




                                                                                        Applicant • States • Indian Tribes        Beneficiary   • Individual grants are awarded
                                                                                       • State and local governments • Indian tribes •          based on requests (59 grants
                                                                                       Nonprofit organizations (Local governments and           were awarded in FY98, ranging
                                                                                       nonprofit agencies, although not eligible to submit      from $25,000 to $100,000) •
                                                                                       applications directly, are encouraged to work with       States are required to provide at
Pollution Prevention                This grant program provides project grants to      state agencies to implement pollution prevention         least 50 percent of total project
Incentives for States      EPA      states to implement pollution prevention projects. programs.)                                               costs


                                                                                                                                                 • Technical assistance and cost
                                                                                                                                                 sharing (amount varies) for
                                                                                                                                                 implementation of NRCS-
                                                                                       • Local or state agency, county, municipality, town or authorized watershed plans.
                                                                                       township, soil and water conservation district, flood     Technical assistance on
                                                                                       prevention/flood control district, Indian tribe or tribal watershed surveys and planning.
                                                                                       organization, or other subunit of state government        Although projects vary
                                                                                       with the authority and capacity to carry out, operate, significantly in scope and
                                    This program provides technical and financial      and maintain installed works of improvement. Projects complexity, typical projects entail
Watershed Protection and            assistance to address resource and related         are limited to watersheds containing ≤ 250,000            $3.5 million to $5 million in
Flood Prevention Program   USDA     economic problems on a watershed basis.            acres                                                     federal financial assistance




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Type/Name                   Agency   Overview                                          Eligibility                                              Assistance Provided




                                                                                       • Transportation enhancement funds are available
                                     This program funds numerous transportation        through local and state DOT for public or private,       • Transportation enhancement
Transportation Equity Act for        programs to improve the nation's transportation   profit or nonprofit entities or individuals, local       project grants (cooperative
the 21st Century-Funding             infrastructure, enhance economic growth, and      government agencies, universities, colleges, technical   agreements) • Matching funds
Programs                      DOT    protect the environment.                          schools, and institutes                                  might be required

                                                                                      • States, American Samoa, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto
                                                                                      Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and the District
                                                                                      of Columbia. Entities must have an acceptable
                                     This program uses offshore leasing revenues to Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan
Land and Water                       support the creation of state and local park and to receive funds from the National Park Service •
Conservation Fund Grants to          recreation areas that guarantee perpetual public Local governments apply to their state or territorial
States                      DOI      outdoor recreation opportunities.                government for funding                                • Matching grants



                                     This program issues awards to monitor Great
                                     Lakes ecosystem indicators; provides public
                                     access to Great Lakes data; helps communities                                                              • Project grants (Cooperative
                                     address contaminated sediments in their                                                                    Agreements), use of property
                                     harbors; supports local protection and restoration                                                         and equipment (GLNPO vessels
                                     of important habitats; promotes pollution                                                                  for open-lake monitoring or
                                     prevention through activities and projects such                                                            harbor sediment sampling),
                                     as the Canada-U.S. Binational Toxics Strategy;                                                             provision of specialized services,
                                     and provides assistance to implement                                                                       and dissemination of technical
                                     community-based Remedial Action Plans for                                                                  information. • In FY99, GLNPO
                                     Areas of Concern and for development of            • State water pollution control agencies, interstate    issued $6.4 million for 70
                                     Lakewide Management Plans and the reduction agencies, other public or nonprofit private agencies,          projects, ranging form $10,000 to
Great Lakes Program         EPA      of critical pollutants pursuant to those plans.    institutions, and organizations                         $250,000




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Type/Name                   Agency   Overview                                           Eligibility                                             Assistance Provided
                                     Grants are provided to support the creation of
                                     unique and new approaches to meeting
                                     stormwater, sanitary sewer, and combined sewer
                                     outflows, bisolids, and pretreatment
                                     requirements, as well as enhancing state                                                                   • Grants; a match is encouraged
                                     capabilities. Eligible projects include research,                                                          • Headquarters and regional EPA
                                     investigations, experiments, training,                                                                     offices awarded a total of 170
                                     demonstrations, surveys, and studies related to • State water pollution control agencies, interstate       grants in FY98, including
Water Quality Cooperative            the causes, effects, extent, and prevention of    agencies, local public agencies, Indian tribes,          provisions of additional funds for
Agreements                  EPA      pollution                                         nonprofit institutions, organizations, and individuals   ongoing projects



                                     EPA establishes a cooperative agreement with
                                     one or more nonprofit organizations or other
                                     eligible entities to support watershed partnership
Watershed Assistance                 organizational development and long-term                                                                   • Grants (match is encouraged
Grants                      EPA      effectiveness.                                     • Nonprofits, tribes, and local governments             but not required)




                                                                                                                                                WRP provides three options to
                                                                                                                                                the landowner:• Permanent
                                                                                                                                                Easement: USDA purchases
                                                                                                                                                easement (price is lesser of the
                                                                                                                                                appraised agricultural or raw land
                                                                                                                                                value, payment cap, or amount
                                                                                                                                                offered by the landowner) USDA
                                                                                                                                                pays 100 percent of restoration
                                                                                                                                                costs. • 30-year Easement :
                                                                                                                                                Easement payment will be 75
                                                                                                                                                percent of what would be paid for
                                                                                     • Easement participant must have owned the land for        a permanent easement. USDA
                                                                                     at least 1 year. Owner may be an individual,               pays 75 percent of restoration
                                                                                     partnership, association, corporation, estate, trust,      costs. • Restoration Cost-Share
                                     This voluntary program provides landowners with business, or other legal entity; a state (when             Agreement: Agreement (min.
                                     financial incentives to restore and protect     applicable); a political subdivision of a state; or any    10 yr) to restore degraded
                                     wetlands in exchange for retiring marginal      agency thereof owning private land. • Land must be         wetlands habitat. USDA pays 75
Wetlands Reserve Program    USDA     agricultural land.                              restorable and be suitable for wildlife benefits.          percent of restoration costs.



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Type/Name                    Agency       Overview                                          Eligibility                                                Assistance Provided


                                                                                                                                                       • Project grants: 18 were
                                                                                                                                                       awarded in FY99, ranging from
                                                                                                                                                       $45,000 to $940,000 • Federal
                                                                                                                                                       share of costs not to exceed 50
                                                                                                                                                       percent; federal share may be
                                                                                                                                                       increased to 75 percent if a
                                          This program provides funds to assist states in   • All states bordering on the Atlantic, Gulf (except       coastal state has established a
                                          pursuing coastal wetland conservation projects.   Louisiana), and Pacific coasts and the Great Lakes,        fund (1) for the acquisition of
                                          Funds can be used for acquisition of easements    as well as Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, the          coastal wetlands, other natural
Coastal Wetlands Planning,   U.S. Fish    in coastal lands or waters and for restoration,   Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the          areas, or open spaces, or (2)
Protection and Restoration   and Wildlife enhancement, or management of coastal             Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands, and America      derived form a dedicated
Act Program                  Service      wetland ecosystems.                               Samoa                                                      recurring source of monies.
                                                                                            • Designated state, territorial or commonwealth
                                                                                            resource agencies of coastal states, including states
                                                                                            that border, the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans, the Gulf of
                                                                                            Mexico, and the Great Lakes. Louisiana is excluded
                                                                                            because it has its own                                     • Matching grants to state
                                                                                            program(http://www.LAcoast.gov/programs/cwppra/in          agencies . (75 percent of the total
                                                                                            dex.htm). • Other organizations may partner with sate      project funds can be granted if
                                        The National Coastal Wetlands Conservation          agencies for project implementation. (Contact your         the state has a special fund
                           U.S. Fish    Grant Program provides matching grants for the      regional FWS office or designated state, territorial, or   designated for the purpose of
National Coastal Wetlands  and Wildlife acquisition, restoration, management, or            commonwealth resource agency for more                      acquiring coastal wetlands,
Conservation Grant Program Service      enhancement of coastal wetlands.                    information).                                              natural areas, or open spaces.)



                                                                                                                                                       • Project grants ( Range:
                                                                                                                                                       standard= $50,000 to $1 million;
                                          The North American Conservation Act of 1989                                                                  small=less than $50,000) • Cost-
North American Wetlands      U.S. Fish    provides matching grants to carry out wetlands    • Public or private, profit or nonprofit entities or       share partners must match grant
Conservation Act Grants      and Wildlife conservation projects in the United States,       individuals establishing public-private sector             funds 1:1 with U.S. non-federal
Program                      Service      Canada, and Mexico.                               partnerships                                               dollars




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Type/Name                     Agency      Overview                                          Eligibility                                             Assistance Provided

                                          The EPA supports the Five-Star restoration
                                          Program by providing funds to four intermediary
                                          organizations-the National Association of
                                          Counties, the National Association of Service
                                          and Conservation Corps, the National Fish and                                                             • Subgrants (average $10,000)
                                          Wildlife Foundation, and the Wildlife Habitat                                                             through the intermediary
                                          Council, which then make subgrants to support                                                             organizations for projects •
Five-Star Restoration                     community-based wetland and riparian              • Any public or private entity that engages in          Technical support and peer
Program                       EPA         restoration projects.                             community-based restoration                             information exchange



                                                                                                                                                    • Project grants are used to fund
                                                                                                                                                    individual projects • Recipients
                                          This program provides financial assistance to                                                             must provide a 25 percent match
                                          states, federally-recognized Indian tribes, and                                                           of the total project cost • EPA
                                          local governments to support development of                                                               awarded 160 grants in FY98,
Wetlands Program                          new, or augmentation and enhancement of           • States • Federally recognized Indian tribes • Local   ranging from $10,000 to
Development Grants            EPA         existing wetland programs.                        governments • Intergovernmental organizations           $500,000

                                                                                                                                                    • Project grants • The National
                             National     This program provides funds to restore damaged                                                            Fish and Wildlife Foundation
                             Fish and     or degraded riverine habitats and their native                                                            awarded 23 grants in FY99,
Bring Back the Natives Grant Wildlife     aquatic species through watershed restoration  • Local governments, states, and local nonprofit           ranging from $21,400 to
Program                      Foundation   and improved land management.                  organizations                                              $450,000



                                                                                                                                                •Cost-share assistance: USDA
                                                                                                                                                pays up to 75 percent (usually no
                                                                                                                                                more than $10,000) of the cost of
                                                                                                                                                installing wildlife practices, •
                                                                                                                                                Technical assistance for
                                                                                                                                                establishing habitat development
                                                                                                                                                projects • In FY98, 4,600
                                                                                           • Individuals must own or have control of the land   agreements were signed,
                                                                                           under consideration and cannot have the land already enrolling 672,000 acres (average
                                          This program is a voluntary program for people enrolled in programs that have a wildlife focus, such reimbursement = $4,600;
Wildlife Habitat Incentives               who want to develop and improve wildlife habitat as the Wetlands Reserve Program, or use the land for average size of agreement=146
Program                       USDA        on private lands.                                mitigation                                           acres)


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Type/Name                      Agency        Overview                                           Eligibility                                             Assistance Provided




                                             This program provides funds for small-scale,       • State, territorial, local, or tribal governments;
                                             locally driven habitat restoration projects that   regional governmental bodies; public or private
Community -Based                             foster natural resource stewardship within         agencies or organizations; universities and colleges;   • Project grants (cooperative
Restoration Program            NOAA          communities.                                       private profit and nonprofit organizations              agreements)




Fisheries Development and                    This program, also known as the Saltonstall-       • Any U.S. citizen or national, corporations,
Utilization Research and                     Kennedy grant program, provides funds for          partnerships, associations, Indian tribes, state and
Development Grants and                       fisheries research and development projects to     local governments, and other non-federal entities.      • Project grants and cooperative
Cooperative Agreements                       benefit U.S. commercial and recreational           Federal employees and Fishery Management                agreements • In FY99, 28 out of
Program                        NOAA          fisheries and fishing communities.                 Councils (and their employees) are not eligible.        190 applications were funded



                                                                                                                                                        • Project cost-share; service cost-
                                                                                                                                                        share (generally limited to less
                                                                                                                                                        than $25,000) • Technical
                                                                                                                                                        assistance: habitat assessment
                                                                                                                                                        and restoration expertise • In
                                                                                                                                                        FY98, the Program provided
                                            This group with partnerships with conservation                                                              financial assistance to 1,781
                                            groups and federal/state/tribal/local government                                                            private landowners and restored
                                            agencies, provides technical and financial                                                                  more than 46,000 acres of
                               U.S. Fish    assistance to private landowners interested in                                                              wetlands, 51,000 acres of native
Partners for Fish and Wildlife and Wildlife voluntarily restoring or otherwise improving          • Private landowners ( must enter not a cooperative   grasslands, and 430 miles of
Habitat Restoration Program Service         native habitats for fish and wildlife on their lands. agreement for a fixed term of at least 10 years)      riparian and in-stream habitats.

                                            This program provides grants to fund projects
                               U.S. Fish    that bring together the U.S. Fish and Wildlife      • State fish and wildlife agencies are eligible for
Wildlife Conservation and      and Wildlife Service, state agencies, and private                funding • Private organizations and individuals must
Appreciation Program           Service      organizations and individuals.                      work with their state agency                            • Project grants




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Type/Name                    Agency       Overview                                           Eligibility                                             Assistance Provided


                                                                                             Applicants must be from nonfederal units of
                                                                                             government(U.S), academia or the nonprofit sector
                                                                                             with interest in or mandate to address soil erosion,
                                                                                             sedimentation and related water quality issues within
                                                                                             the Great Lakes drainage basin. Eligible applicants
                                                                                             include entities such as state agencies; county adn
                                                                                             municipal government, regional planning
                                                                                             commissions; soil and water conservation districts;
                                                                                             colleges nad universities; research institutes; and
                                                                                             nonprofit citizen-based organizations.Examples of
                                                                                             nonprofit organizations include stream and lake
                                                                                             associations, citizen monitoring groups,
                                                                                             environmental groups, conservation groups, and fish     The minimum match should be
                                                                                             adn wildlife groups.While encouraged to participate     25% of the total project cost. In-
The Great Lakes Basin                                                                        as project partners with eligible applicants, U.S.      kind services may be considered
Program for Soil Erosion and Great Lakes 2002 annual request for a large-scale               federal agencies, Canadians and private landowners      as part of the nonfederal cost
Sediment Control             Commission demonstration or special project                     cannot directly apply.                                  share.



                                          The Forestry Incentives Program (FIP) supports     Eligible practices are tree planting, timber stand
                                          good forest management practices on privately      improvement, site preparation for natural
                                          owned, non-industrial forest lands nationwide.     regeneration, and other related activities. FIP is
                                          FIP is designed to benefit the environment while   available in counties designated by a Forest Service
Forestry Incentive Program   NRCS         meeting future demands for wood products.          survey of eligible private timber acreage.




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Type/Name                     Agency        Overview                                           Eligibility                                            Assistance Provided


          STATE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

                                                                                               This program does not fund construction of shoreline
                                                                                               improvements for recreational purposes; remedial or
                                                                                               maintenance sediment removal(dredging); repairing      At the present time LARE may
                                                                                               or raising the height of dams; construction of new     fund 75 percent of the cost of
                                            Money from annual boat registration fees will      lakes; enhancement fo private lakes; or water and      construction actions up to
                                            help pay for more than $1.1 million in grants to   sewere services to lake residents. LARE does not       $100,000 for a specific project, or
Indiana's Lake & River                      improve water quality in lakes and rivers that     provide funds for control of aquatic weeds or algae,   $300,000 for all projects on a
Enhancement Program           DNR           boaters use across Indiana.                        except for special circumstances.                      specific lake or stream.

                              IDNR                                                                                                                    IDNR provides management
                              Division of   This is an incentive program to foster private                                                            plans and assistance through
Classified Wildlife Habitat   Fish &        wildlife habitat management through tax            Landowners need 15 or more acres of habitat to be      District Wildlife Managers. (See
Program                       Wildlife      reduction and technical assistance.                eligible                                               county listings)

                              IDNR
                              Division of
Wildlife Habitat Cost-Share   Fish &
Program                       Wildlife      This program is similar to the above program.                           --------------                                --------------


                                                                                                                                                      IDNR provides management
                              IDNR          This is an incentive program to foster private                                                            plans and assistance through
                              Division of   forest management through tax reduction and        Landowners need 10 or more acres of woods to be        District Foresters. (See county
Classified Forest Program     Forestry      technical assistance.                              eligible.                                              listings)



                              IDNR                                                                                                                    It provides tax incentive,
                              Division of   This program establishes windbreaks at least                                                              technical assistance through
Classified Windbreak Act.     Forestry      450 feet long adjacent to tillable land.                                                                  IDNR District Foresters.




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Type/Name                    Agency        Overview                                           Eligibility                                             Assistance Provided


                                                                                                                                                      Cost share and technical
Forest Sterwardship Program IDNR                                                                                                                      assistance to encourage
& Stewarship Incentives     Division of                                                                                                               responsibly managed and
Program                     Forestry                                                                                                                  productive private forests


                             IDNR
                             Division of
State Nature Preserve        Nature        acquisition and management of threatened
Dedication                   Preserves     habitat


                                           The 319 program provides formula grants to the
                                           states and tribes to implement nonpoint source                                                             • Formula grants are awarded to
                                           projects and programs in accordance with                                                                   a lead agency in each state and
                                           section 319 of the Clean Water Act (CWA).          • Applicant Lead state and territorial NPS agencies     territory. Eligible tribes may also
                                           Nonpoint source pollution reduction projects can   and eligible tribes Beneficiary State and local         receive funds • States/tribes/local
Nonpoint Source                            be used to protect source water areas and the      governments; Indian tribes, nonprofit organizations     organizations are usually
Implementation Grants (319                 general quality of water resources in a            (may submit applications to states for funds in         required to provide 40 percent of
Program)                     EPA           watershed.                                         accordance with the state's work program)               total project or program cost



                                           Provides financial assistance to
                                                                                                                                                      20-year Loan; must complete a
                             IDEM &        communities who need to upgrade or build           Eligible projects include constructing or upgrading     Capacity Development Self
Indiana State Revolving      State         new drinking water facilities to provide the       water treatment facilities, constructing or repairing   Assessment to show proof of the
Fund (SRF) Loan              Budget        best drinking water possible to residents.         water lines, adding storage, and a variety of other     technical, financial, and
Program - Safe Drinking      Agency        SRF loans have fixed interest rates that           improvments that will help communities maintain and     managerial capacity ton run
Water                        (SBA)         range from 2.9% to 4.5%.                           achieve compliance.                                     water systems.




                                                                                                                                                      Submission of application will
                             IDEM &        Provides financial assistance to                   Communities eligible to participate include             qualify community for placement
Indiana State Revolving      State         communities for the planning, design, and          incorportated cities and towns, counties, sanitary      on the Intended Use Plan
Fund (SRF) Loan              Budget        construction of publicly-owned wastewater          districts, conservancy districts, and sewer/waste       (IUP)/Project Priority List (PPL).
Program - Wastewater         Agency        treatment works for the purpose of pollution       districts with an existing need for [publicly-owned]    Inclusion on this list is required
Treatment                    (SBA)         abatement. Low interest loans available.           wastewater treatment works.                             for SRF financing.



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Type/Name                   Agency       Overview                                            Eligibility                                                 Assistance Provided


            NON-PROFITS/GRASSROOTS FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

                                         Supports efforts in six program areas, including
                                         environment. Primary focus is protecting the
                                         natural resources of the Great Lakes Region.
                                         Foundation supports development, testing, and
                                         implementation of poilcy-based, prevention
                                         oriented, scientifically sound solutions to
                                         environmental issues affecting Great Lakes
                                         water quality and maintaining and strengthening
                            The Joyce    the network of Great Lakes associated               Non-profit 501(c)3 organizations and 509(a) public
Environmental Grant         Foundation   environmental groups.                               charities.

                                                                                             Non-profit 501(c)3 organizations and community
                                         An employee-driven,non-profit corporation           organizations. Funds must directly enhance, protect,
                                         created by NiSource. Provides funds to              or preserve the environment and produce a tangible
                                         stimulate local efforts to preserve, protect, and   result. Eligible activities and programs that are part of
Environmental Challenge                  enhance the environment in the service area of      a larger enhancement project or have educational
Grant                      NiSource      NiSource subsidiaries.                              components will also be considered.
                           Indianapolis
                           Power and                                                         Any unit of Indiana local or state government
                           Light        Grants for projests that seek to improve,            (including park boards, park and recreation
Golden Eagle Environmental Company      preserve, and protect the environment and            departments, schools, state parks, etc.), Non-profit
Grant                      (IPALCO)     natural resources in the state of Indiana.           organizations or agencies.                                  Up to $10,000

                            Nina Mason
                            Pulliam      Awards various dollar amounts to environmental
                            Charitable   projects. Prioritization is given to projects in the
                            Trust        greater Indianapolis areas with secondary priority Non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations, 509(a) public
Environmental Grant         (NMPCT)      being assigned to projects throughout Indiana.       charities, and 4942(j)(3) private operating foundations




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Type/Name                     Agency       Overview                                          Eligibility                                              Assistance Provided



                                                                                            The Foundation does not provide funding for
                                                                                            buildings, land acquisition, endowments, or start-up
                                                                                            funds. Additionally, the Foundation does not fund
                                                                                            films, books, magazines, or other specific media
                                                                                            projects. The Foundation does not provide support to
                                                                                            individuals. The Foundation does not pay the
                                                                                            administrative costs for submitting a grant. The
                                                                                            Foundation prefers not to award more thatn one grant
                                                                                            per organization per year. (While the Foundation does
                                                                                            award multiyear grants, it considers such awards an
                                                                                            annual grant for each of the years covered by the
                                                                                            term of the multiyear grant and will not consider new
                                           This foundation makes grants in the areas of the requests until the multiyear grant has expired) Prior to
                                           environment and population. One of its           submitting a grant application for continued support; The Foundation awards both
                              Turner       components is the protection of water and        reapplying organizations must file a report updating     general support and project-
Environmental Grant           Foundation   reduction of toxic impacts on the environment.   their activities (details contained in grant agreement). specific grants.




                                                                                                                                                      Will provide financial support
Grassroot Group Funding       Tip of the   The Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and                                                                (ranging from $500 to $3,500 or
Opportunity-Great Lakes       Mitt         Fund (GLAHNF) was developed to build the          Any grassroots initiative working to protect aquatic     grants of up to $500 on an
Aquatic Habitat Network and   Watershed    capacity of local citizen-based aquatic habitat   habitats in the Great Lakes Basin is eligible to apply   ongoing basis) and trainingand
Fund Advisory Panel           Council      protection efforts.                               for funding.                                             consultation.

The above information came from the EPA Catalog of Federal Funding Sources for Watershed Protection (Second Edition), the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, the Indiana D




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Contact                           Website                                Keywords




U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Farm Service Agency,
Conservation Reserve Program                                            best management practices,
Stop 0513, Washington,DC 20250-                                         drinking/source water, nonpoint
0513     #202-720-6221 or       www.fsa.usda.gov/pas/publications/facts source control, pollution
info@fsa.usda.gov               /pubfacts.htm                           prevention, wildlife




U.S. Department of Agriculture                                           best management practices,
Natural Resources Conservation                                           education, floodplains and
Service P.O. Box2890,                                                    riparian zones, forests, nonpoint
Washington,DC 20013-9770                                                 source control, planning,
#202-720-1873                     www.nrcs.usda.gov/NRCSProg.html        restoration, tribes, wildlife

U.S. Department of Commerce
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration National Ocean
Service, Coastal Services Center
2234 South Hobson Ave.,                                                  coastal waters, data analysis,
Charleston, SC 29405-2413                                                fishery, floodplain and riparian
#843-740-1222 or                                                         zones, forests, outreach,
violet.legett@noaa.gov           www.csc.noaa.gov                        planning, restoration, wetlands


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Contact                           Website                               Keywords
                                                                        best management practices,
U.S. Department of Commerce                                             coastal waters, disaster relief,
National Oceanic and Atmospheric                                        fishery, land acquisition,
Administration National Ocean                                           monitoring, nonpoint source
Service 1305 East-West Highway,                                         control, outreach, planning,
Silver Spring, MD 20910 #301-713-                                       restoration, storm water
3155 ext.195 or                                                         management, tribes, wetlands,
joseph.uravitch@noaa.gov          www.nos.noaa.gov/ocrm/czm/            wildlife

U.S. Department of Commerce
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration National Sea Grant
College Program 1315 East-
West Highway Silver Spring, MD
20910 #301-713-2448 or                                                  coastal waters,education,fishery,
ronald.baird@noaa.gov             www.nsgo.seagrant.org/                outreach




U.S Department of the Interior U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service Branch of                                     coastal waters, data analysis,
Habitat Restoration, Division of                                        easements, fishery, floodplains
Habitat Conservation 4401 North                                         and riparian zones, land
Fairfax Drive, Room 400, Arlington,                                     acquisition, outreach,
VA 22203 #703-358-2201              www.fws.gov/cep/coastweb.html       partnerships, restoration




                                                                        best management practices,
                                                                        coastal waters, disaster relief,
Federal Emergency Management                                            floodplains and riparian zones,
Agency Mitigation Directorate 500                                       land acquisition, planning,
C Street, SW, Washington, DC                                            restoration, storm water
20472 # 202-646-4621              www.fema.gov/home/MIT/fmasst.htm      management, wetlands




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Contact                            Website                                 Keywords


Federal Emergency Management
Agency Mitigation Directorate 500                                          disaster relief, floodplains and
C Street, SW, Washington, DC                                               riparian zones, land acquisition,
20472 #202-646-464621             www.fema.gov                             planning

Federal Emergency Management
Agency Mitigation Directorate 500                                          coastal waters, disaster relief,
C Street, SW, Washington, DC                                               economic development,
20472 #202-646-4600 or e-mail at                                           floodplains and riparian zones,
eipa@fema.gov                     www.fema.gov/impact                      planning, pollution prevention

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Planning Division 20
Massachusetts Avenue, NW                                                   floodplains and riparian zones,
Washington, DC 20314-1000                                                  land acquisition, planning,
#202-761-0115 or e-mail at                                                 restoration, stormwater
harry.e.kitch@usace.army.mil       www.usace.army.mil                      management, wetlands




U.S. Department of Agriculture
Farm Service Agency Stop 0513
Washington, DC 20013 #202-720-
6221 or e-mail at              www.fsa.usda.gov/pas/publications/facts
info@fsa.usda.gov              /pubfacts.htm                           disaster relief
U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Emergency and
Remedial Response Community
Involvement and Outreach Center
(5204G) Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200
Pennsylvania Ave.,NW,
Washington, DC 20460 #703-603-
8889 or e-mail at               www.epa.gov/superfund/tools/tag/index. disaster relief, planning, pollution
epahotline@hah.com              htm                                    prevention




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Contact                           Website                                 Keywords



U.S. Department of Agriculture
Rural Utilities Service, Water and
Environmental Programs Room
4050-S, Stop 1548 1400
Independence Avenue, SW,                                                  economic development, solid
Washington, DC 20250 #202-690-                                            waste, stormwater management,
2670                               www.usda.gov/rus/water/programs.htm    wastewater
U.S. Department of Commerce
Economic Development
Administration, Public Works                                              disaster relief, drinking/source
Division 14th street and                                                  water, economic development,
Constitution Ave., NW,                                                    fishery, pollution prevention,
Washington, DC 20230 #202-482-                                            stormwater management, tribes,
5268                           www.doc.gov/eda/                           wastewater




Department of Housing and Urban
Development Office of Block Grant
Assistance, Community Planning
and Development, 451 7th Street,                                         economic development,
SW, Washington, DC 20410 #202-                                           drinking/source water, land
708-3587                          http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/cfda/14218.htm acquisition, wastewater

U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Solid Waste and
Emergency Response (5101) Ariel
Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania
Avenue, NW Washington,DC
20460 #202-260-4039 or e-mail at
epahotline@bah.com               www.epa.gov/brownfields/                 economic development,planning




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Contact                            Website                                  Keywords




U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Solid Waste and
Emergency Response (5101) Ariel
Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania
Avenue, NW Washington,DC
20460 #202-260-4039 or e-mail at                                            economic development,
epahotline@bah.com               www.epa.gov/brownfields/                   partnerships

U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Solid Waste and
Emergency Response (5101) Ariel
Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania
Avenue, NW Washington,DC
20460 #202-260-4039 or e-mail at
epahotline@bah.com               www.epa.gov/brownfields/                   economic development
U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency, SDCG, Office of the
Administrator (MC 1306) Ariel Rios                                          drinking/source water, economic
Bldg., 1200 Pennsylvania Ave.,                                              development, education, forests,
NW, Washington, DC 20460 #202-                                              partnerships, planning, pollution
260-6812 or e-mail                 http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/cfda/p66651.ht   prevention, restoration, wetlands,
desautels.lynn@epa.gov             m                                        wildlife




Corporation for National Service
1201 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20525 #202-
606-5000                           www.learnandserve.org/                   education, outreach, partnerships




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Contact                           Website                               Keywords




U.S Department of Agriculture
Cooperative State Research,
Education, and Extension Service,
Stop 2223, Washington, DC 20250-                                        best management practices,
2223 #202-720-5203 or e-mail                                            education,pollution prevention,
vberton@wam.umd.edu               www.sare.org                          partnerships

U.S. Department of Agriculture
Cooperative State Research,                                             best management practices,
Education and Extension Service                                         nonpoint source control, point
Ag Box 2201, Washington, DC                                             source control, pollution
20250-2201 #202-401-5971 or e-                                          prevention, stormwater
mail mhorton@reeusda.gov        www.reeusda.gov                         management



U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Environmental
Education (1704) Environmental
Education Grants Ariel Rios Bldg.,
1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
Washington, DC 20460 #202-260-                                          education, outreach, pollution
8619                               www.epa.gov/enviroed/grants.html     prevention




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Contact                            Website                                   Keywords
U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency National Center for
Environmental Research Quality                                               air quality, coastal waters,
Assurance (8701), Ariel Rios Bldg.,                                          drinking/source water, pollution
1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW,                                                  prevention, restoration,
Washington, DC 20460 #800-                                                   stormwater management,
490-9194                            www.epa.gov/ncerqa/                      wetlands

U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Environmental
Justice (2201A) Ariel Rios Bldg.,
1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW,                                                  data analysis, education,
Washington, DC 20460 # 202-                                                  environmental justice, monitoring,
564-2515 or e-mail enivronmental-                                            outreach, pollution prevention,
justice-epa@epa.gov               http://es.epa.gov/oeca/oej/ejgrantf.html   tribes
U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Pollution
Prevention and Toxics Pollution
Prevention Division (7409) Ariel
Rios Bldg., 1200 Pennsylvania
Ave., NW, Washington,DC 20460
#703-841-0483 or e-mail                                                      education, environmental justice,
ejpa@erg.com                       www.epa.gov/opptintr/ejp2/                outreach, pollution prevention



U.S. Department of Agriculture
Forest Service, State and Private
Forestry P.O. Box 96090,                                                     drinking/source water, economic
Washington, DC 20090-6090        # http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/cfda/p10664.ht    development, forests, restoration,
202-205-1657                       m                                         wildlife

U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency EMPACT Program-Office
of Environmental Information
(8722R) Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200
Pennsylvania Ave., NW,                                                       air quality, coastal waters, data
Washington, DC 20460 #202-                                                   analysis, drinking/source water,
564-5179                           www.epa.gov/empact                        monitoring, partnerships



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Contact                            Website                                  Keywords




Small Business Administration
409 3rd Street, SW,                                                         air quality, drinking/source water,
Washington,DC 20416 #800-U-                                                 economic development, pollution
ASK-SBA                       www.sba.gov/financing/frpollute.html          prevention, solid waste
U.S. Department of the Interior
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,
Division of Federal Aid 1951
Constitution Ave., NW
Washington,DC 20240        #703-
358-2435 or e-mail                                                          education, outreach, planning,
iesha_fields@fws.gov               http://fa.r9.fws.gov/cva/cva.html        pollution prevention



U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Chemical Emergency
Preparedness and Prevention
Office (CEPPO) Office of Solid
Waste and Emergency Response
(5104) Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200
Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
Washington,DC 20460        #202-   http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/cfda/p66810.ht   planning, pollution prevention,
260-0030                           m                                        tribes



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Contact                           Website                               Keywords

U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Prevention,
Pesticides, and Toxic Substances
Office of Pesticides, PESP
(7511C) Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200
Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
Washington, DC 20460         #703-
308-7035 or e-mail
pesp.info@epa.gov                  www.epa.gov/oppbppd1/PESP/           pollution


U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Pollution
Prevention and Toxic Substances
Pollution Prevention Division
(7409) Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200
Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
Washington, DC 20460          #202-                                     best management practices,
260-3480 or e-mail                                                      education, outreach, pollution
kent.christopher@epa.gov            www.epa.gov/p2/ppis.htm             prevention, tribes




Department of Agriculture Natural                                       best management practices,
Resources Conservation Service                                          floodplains and riparian zones,
P.O. Box 2890 Washington,DC                                             nonpoint source control, outreach,
20013-9770 # 202-720-3534 or e-                                         planning, pollution prevention,
mail rcollett@usda.gov            www.ftw.nrcs.usda.gov/programs.html   wetlands wildlife




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Contact                           Website                           Keywords

U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
400 7th Street, SW,                                                 drinking/source water,
Washington,DC 20590 # 202-366-                                      easements, nonpoint source
5004 or e-mail                                                      control, planning, pollution
istea.reauthorization@fhwa.dot.go                                   prevention, stormwater
v                                 www.fhwa.dot.gov/tea21            management, wetlands

U.S. Department of the Interior
National Park Service, Recreation
Programs Room MIB-MS 3622
1849 C Street NW                                                    coastal waters, forests,
Washington,DC 20240 #202-565-                                       floodplains and riparian zones,
1200 or e-mail                                                      land acquisition, planning,
wayne_strum@nps.gov               www.ncrc.nps.gov/lwcf/            restoration, wildlife




U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Great Lakes National
Program Office (G-17J) 77 West
Jackson Boulevard Chicago, IL                                       coastal waters, monitoring,
60604-3590 #312-886-4013 or e-                                      pollution prevention, restoration,
mail russ.michael@epa.gov      www.epa.gov/glnpo/                   wetlands




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Contact                          Website                              Keywords



U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Wetlands,
Oceans and Watersheds (4501F)                                         best management practices,
Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200                                                education, mining, monitoring,
Pennsylvania Ave., NW,                                                nonpoint source control, planning,
Washington, DC 20460 #202-260-                                        point source control, pollution
4538 or e-mail                                                        prevention, stormwater
cole.james@epa.gov             www.epa.gov/owm/wm042000.htm           management, tribes, wastewater
U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Wastewater
Management (4203) Ariel Rios
Bldg., 1200 Pennsylvania Ave.,                                        drinking/source water, education,
NW, Washington, DC 20460                                              monitoring, outreach,
#202-260-9545 or e-mail                                               partnerships, planning, pollution
benroth.barry@epa.gov            www.epa.gov/owow/wag.html            prevention, restoration




U.S. Department of Agriculture
Natural Resources Conservation
Service Watersheds and                                                disaster relief, easements,
Wetlands P.O. Box 2890,                                               floodplain and riparian zones,
Washington,DC 20013 #202-690-                                         land acquisition, nonpoint source
0848 or e-mail                                                        control, planning, restoration,
robert.misso@usda.gov          www.wl.fb-net.org                      wetlands, wildlife



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Contact                            Website                                  Keywords




U.S. Department of the Interior
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,
Division of Federal Aid 1951
Constitution Ave., NW
Washington,DC 20240        #703-
358-2435 or e-mail                 http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/cfda/p15614.ht   coastal waters, easements,
iesha_fields@fws.gov               m                                        restoration, wetlands, wildlife




U.S. Department of the Interior
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Branch of Habitat Restoration,
Division of Habitat Conservation                                            coastal waters, easements,
4401 North Fairfax Drive, Room                                              floodplains and riparian zones,
400, Arlington, VA 22203 #703-                                              land acquisition, restoration,
358-2201                           www.fws.gov/cep/cwgcover.html            wetlands, wildlife
U.S. Department of the Interior
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
North American Waterfowl and
Wetlands Office (NAWWO) 4401
North Fairfax Drive, Room 110,                                              coastal waters, floodplains and
Arlington, VA 22203 #703-358-                                               riparian zones, land acquisition,
1784 or e-mail                                                              partnerships, restoration,
r9arw_nawwo@fws.gov             www.fws.goc/r9nawwo/granpro.html            wetlands, wildlife




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Contact                          Website                                 Keywords



U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Wetlands,
Oceans and Watersheds (4502F)
Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200
Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
Washington, DC 20460 #202-                                             floodplains and riparian zones,
260-8076 or e-mail               www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/restore/5st forests, outreach, partnerships,
pai.john@epa.gov                 ar/                                   restoration, wetlands, wildlife

U.S. Environmental Protection                                      coastal waters, data analysis,
Agency Office of Wetlands,                                         education,
Oceans and Watersheds (4502F)                                      enforcement/compliance,
Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200                                             floodplains and riparian zones,
Pennsylvania Ave., NW,                                             forests, monitoring, nonpoint
Washington, DC 20460 #800-                                         source control, outreach,
832-7828 or e-mail wetlands-     www.epa.gov/OWOW/wetlands/2000gra planning, restoration, tribes,
hotline@epa.gov                  nt/                               wetlands, wildlife

National Fish and Wildlife
Foundation 1120 Connecticut Ave.
NW, Suite 900 Washington, DC
20036 #202-857-0166 or e-mail                                            fishery, floodplains and riparian
bbn@nfwf.org                     www.nfwf.org/                           zones, partnerships, restoration




U.S. Department of Agriculture
Natural Resources Conservation
Service P.O. Box 2890,
Washington, DC 20013-2890
#202-720-3534 or e-mail                                                  fishery, forests, restoration,
leslie.deavers@usda.gov          www.nrcs.usda.gov/NRCSProg.html         wetlands, wildlife


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Contact                           Website                                Keywords

U.S. Department of Commerce
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration Office of Habitat
Conservation, FHC3 1315 East-                                            coastal waters, education, fishery,
West Highway, Silver Spring, MD                                          floodplains and riparian zones,
20910 #301-713-0174 or e-mail                                            monitoring, outreach,
chris.doley@noaa.gov or                                                  partnerships, restoration,
robin.brucker@noaa.gov           www.nmfs.gov/habitat/restoration/       wetlands

U.S. Department of Commerce
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration National Marine
Fisheries Service Office of
Sustainable Fisheries, 1315 East-
West Highway, Silver Spring, MD
20910 #301-713-2358               www.nmfs.gov/sfweb/skhome.html         coastal waters, fishery




U.S. Department of the Interior,
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Branch of Habitat Restoration,
Division of Habitat Conservation                                         floodplains and riparian zones,
4401 North Fairfax Drive, Room                                           fishery, forests, nonpoint source
400, Arlington, VA 22203                                                 control, partnerships, restoration,
# 703-358-2201                     www.fws.gov/r9dhcpfw/index.htm        tribes, wetlands, wildlife
U.S. Department of the Interior,
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Division of
Federal Aid 4401 North Fairfax
Drive Arlington, VA 22203 #703- http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/cfda/p15617.ht   data analysis, fishery, monitoring,
358-1852                           m                                     restoration, wildlife




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Contact                            Website                                   Keywords




Project Manager, Resource
Management Great Lkes
Commission Argus II Building
400 Fourth St. Ann Arbor,MI
48103-4816     # 734-665-9135 or
e-mail garyo@glc.org
 Resource Assessment Division.
Please include the Product ID you
are inquiring about. 1400
Independence Avenue SW - P.O.
Box 2890 - Washington D.C.
20013. or e -mail                 http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/technical/land/
rad@nhq.nrcs.usda.gov             meta/m4631.html




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Contact                           Website                              Keywords




Division of Soil Conservation
Indiana Department of Natural
Resources 402 West Washington
Street, W-265 Indianapolis,IN
46204     #317-233-3870          www.state.in.us/dnr/soilcons
Indiana Department of Natural
Resources, Division of Fish &
Wildlife 402 W. Washington
Street Rm. W273 Indianapolis, IN
46204 # 317-232-4080             www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/index2.htm
Indiana Department of Natural
Resources, Division of Fish &
Wildlife 402 W. Washington
Street Rm. W273 Indianapolis, IN
46204 # 317-232-4081             www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/index2.htm




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Contact                            Website                                Keywords




                                   www.state.in.us/dnr/forestry/htm

Indiana Department of Natural
Resources,Division of Nature
Preserves 402 W. Washington
Street Rm. W267 Indianapolis, IN
46204 # 317-232-4052
U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency Office of Wetlands,
Oceans and Watersheds Nonpoint
Source Control Branch (4503F)
Ariel Rios Bldg., 1200
Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
Washington, DC 20460 #202-260-
7100 or e-mail ow-             http://aspe.os.dhhs.gov/cfda/p66460.ht     drinking/source water, nonpoint
general@epa.gov                m                                          source control, restoration



Application available on website or
contact DWSRF Administrator,
Indiana Department of
Environmental Management, 100
N. Senate Ave., P.O. Box 6015,
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6015 (317) www.in.gov/idem/water/fasb/srf/inde
232-8655                            x.html

Application available on website or
contact State Revolving Fund Loan
Program for Wastewater
Treatment, Indiana Dept. of
Environmental Management, Office
of Water Management, 100 N.
Senate Ave., Indianapolis, IN       www.in.gov/idem/water/fasb/srf/inde
46206-6015. (317) 232-8655          x.html


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Contact                          Website                                Keywords




See website                      http://www.joycefdn.org



NiSource Environmental Challenge
Grant - Cindy Jackson (219) 647-
5253 or Karen McKeown (219) 647- http://www.nisource.com/enviro/ecf.a
5246                                sp
IPL Golden Eagle Grants, Suzanne
Mathis, Indiana Park and
Recreation Association, P.O. Box http://ipalco.com/ABOUTIPALCO/En
126, Mexico, Indiana, 46958, 1-888- vironment/Golden_Eagle/Golden_Ea
495-8426                            gle_Application.html#eligibility



Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable
Trust, 135 N. Pennsylvania Street,
Suite 1200, Indianapolis, IN 46204 http://www.nmpct.org




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   Contact                            Website                                   Keywords




   Program Department Turner
   Foundation One CNN Center,
   Suite 1090-South Tower             www.turnerfoundation.org/turner/applica
   Atlanta,GA 30303                   tion.html



   Jill Ryan, Director Great Lakes
   Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund
   c/o Tip of the Mitt Watershed
   Council P.O Box 300, Conway, MI
   46722 #231-347-1181 or e-mail
   greatlakes@watershedcouncil.org www.glhabitat.org

the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, and various internet website searches.




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