Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Grants - Federal Clean Water Act Section 319 - Nonpoint Source Implementation
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
Grant amount: More than US $25,000
Next deadline: Aug 15, 2018 2:00pm PDT (Letter of inquiry)
Later deadlines: Oct 12, 2018 1:00pm PDT (Full proposal)
Applicant type: Government Entity College / University Nonprofit
Funding uses: Applied Project / Program
Location of project: Counties in Michigan: Alcona County, Allegan County, Antrim County, Arenac County, Barry County, Bay County, Benzie County, Berrien County, Branch County, Calhoun County, Cass County, Charlevoix County, Cheboygan County, Chippewa County, Clare County, Clinton County, Crawford County, Delta County, Dickinson County, Eaton County, Emmet County, Genesee County, Gladwin County, Grand Traverse County, Gratiot County, Hillsdale County, Houghton County, Huron County, Ingham County, Ionia County, Iosco County, Jackson County, Kalamazoo County, Kalkaska County, Kent County, Keweenaw County, Lake County, Lapeer County, Leelanau County, Lenawee County, Livingston County, Luce County, Mackinac County, Macomb County, Manistee County, Marquette County, Mason County, Mecosta County, Midland County, Missaukee County, Monroe County, Montcalm County, Muskegon County, Newaygo County, Oakland County, Oceana County, Ogemaw County, Osceola County, Otsego County, Ottawa County, Presque Isle County, Roscommon County, Saginaw County, Sanilac County, Shiawassee County, St. Clair County, St. Joseph County, Tuscola County, Van Buren County, Washtenaw County, Wayne County, Wexford County Expand all
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The DEQ anticipates that the Fiscal Year 2019 Nonpoint Source Program Request for Proposals will be released in mid-July. Under this RFP, about $4 million in state and federal funding is expected to be available for nonpoint source control projects that implement priority recommendations in approved watershed management plans. The timeline, application and award processes will be similar to previous years. We strongly suggest that applicants consult with NPS staff as they work with partners and stakeholders to develop potential projects. To be eligible for implementation funding, unapproved watershed management plans must have been submitted by February 16, 2018 and must be approved by the DEQ on or before July 18, 2018.
Michigan's NPS Program assists state, federal, and local partners to restore water bodies impaired by NPS pollution and protect high quality waters from impairments caused by NPS pollution. The basis of our program is watershed management; therefore, we are requesting proposals that will implement the priority NPS recommendations in critical areas defined in approved watershed management plans.
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