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BIA Resilience Funding Opportunity for Tribal Projects
Funding available for tribal projects that support tribal resiliency
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File RealAudio document Bureau of Reclamation Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program
The Bureau of Reclamation has made a new funding opportunity available for water entities in the Western United States to conduct water reclamation research under the Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program. This cost-shared funding opportunity, available at www.grants.gov as opportunity number R16-FOA-DO-011, helps communities address water supply challenges by providing much-needed funding for research to establish or expand water reuse markets, improve water reuse facilities, or upgrade new facilities with state of the art technology. It is expected that up to $2 million will be available for this funding opportunity. Research sponsors must provide 75 percent or more of the study costs. Funding will be awarded in three categories. Funding group I will be for projects up to $75,000 per agreement for a research study up to 18 months; funding group II will be up to $150,000 per agreement for a research study up to 24 months; and funding group III will be up to $300,000 in federal funds for a research study that can be completed within 36 months. State, regional, or local authorities; Indian tribes or tribal organizations; or other entities including water districts, wastewater districts, or rural water districts, will be eligible to apply for this funding opportunity. Applicants must be located within the 17 Western States or Hawaii. Applications are due by 4 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time on April 20, 2016. Title XVI projects provide communities with a new source of clean water, while promoting water and energy efficiency and environmental stewardship. Title XVI supports the President’s “Climate Action Plan,” and the “Executive Order—Preparing the United States for the Impacts of Climate Change.” This funding opportunity is also an important part of Reclamation’s WaterSMART Program, which supports the White House’s Water Innovation Strategy to address Water Resource Challenges and Opportunities for Water Technology Innovation. For more information about Title XVI or Reclamation's WaterSMART program, visit www.usbr.gov/watersmart. http://www.usbr.gov/newsroom/newsrelease/detail.cfm?RecordID=52767
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File Bureau of Reclamation Water Conservation Field Services Program
Funding Opportunity Announcment for 2012 Grant Program
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File Call For Proposals: Urban Waters Capacity-Building Grants
The goal of the Urban Waters Capacity-Building Grants is to improve our nation’s impaired urban water resources – rivers, lakes, wetlands and more – and the socioeconomically challenged communities around them by providing local organizations, tribal and local governments with the skills and techniques to effectively restore these resources over time.
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Chama Peak Land Alliance Newsletter January 2013
The Chama Peak Land Alliance (CPLA) has some exciting news in 2013 and unique opportunities for area landowners to apply for habitat restoration funding and feed their cows with a SKA brewing mash that is high in protein and carbohydrates! We look forward to working with you this year to accomplish our goals of sound land management in the southern San Juans of Colorado and New Mexico.
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File Community Forest Program (CFP) Request for Applications - due 01/13/17
This is a competitive grant program whereby local governments, qualified nonprofit organizations, and Indian tribes are eligible to apply for grants to establish community forests through fee simple acquisition of private forest land from a willing seller. The purpose of the program is to establish community forests by protecting forest land from conversion to non-forest uses and provide community benefits such as sustainable forest management, environmental benefits including clean air, water, and wildlife habitat; benefits from forest-based educational programs; benefits from serving as models of effective forest stewardship; and recreational benefits secured with public access. All local government and qualified nonprofit organization applications must be submitted to the State Forester of the State where the property is located. All tribal applications must be submitted to the equivalent Tribal government official. Applications are due to the State Forester or the appropriate Tribal official by January 13, 2017. For NM: Donald Griego, Deputy State Forester: donald.griego@state.nm.us (505) 476-3325. For AZ: Jeff Whitney, State Forester: JeffWhitney@forestryandfire.az.gov 602-771-1400. Applicants are encouraged to contact and work with the Forest Service Southwestern Region and State Forester or equivalent Tribal government official when developing their proposal. Applicants must consult with the State Forester or equivalent Tribal government official prior to requesting technical assistance for a project. All applicants must also send an email to communityforest@ fs.fed.us to confirm an application has been submitted for funding consideration. State Foresters and Tribal government officials shall submit applications, either electronic or hardcopy, to the Forest Service Region.
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File PDF document Criteria and Instructions to States 2012 Western Wildland Urban Interface Grant Program
Criteria and Instructions to States 2012 Western Wildland Urban Interface Grant Program pdf
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File Troff document Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number
Step-by-Step Process to Register with iUpdate and Obtain a DUNS Number
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File Microsoft Word Document EMNRD Request for Proposals for Invasive Plant Management (Legal Document)
The New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD), Forestry Division (Division) is seeking applications (Exhibit A) to address management of invasive plants on state, private, and public non-federal lands from Cooperative Weed Management Areas (CWMAs) where noxious weeds threaten forested acres.
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File Microsoft Word Document EMNRD Request for Proposals for Invasive Plant Management (Public Notice)
The New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD), Forestry Division (Division) is seeking applications (Exhibit A) to address management of invasive plants on state, private, and public non-federal lands from Cooperative Weed Management Areas (CWMAs) where noxious weeds threaten forested acres.
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