EPA To Grant $27.5 Million for 2014 Great Lakes Restoration Projects

EPA To Grant $27.5 Million for 2014 Great Lakes Restoration Projects

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued a request for applications, soliciting proposals from states, municipalities, tribes, universities and nonprofit organizations for Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grants to fund new projects to restore and protect the Great Lakes. Up to $27.5 million will be available during the current funding cycle.

Grants will be awarded on a competitive basis for projects in the Great Lakes basin. Applications are due Aug. 25, 2014.

"This round of Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funding will be used for projects that control invasive species, prevent the discharge of nutrients and sediment, and improve water quality in the Great Lakes," said EPA Great Lakes National Program Manager Susan Hedman. "The work funded by these grants will help to restore and protect waters that are essential to the health and jobs of millions of Americans."

A webinar explaining the grant application process will be held at 10 a.m. Central time on Tuesday, July 29. The Request for Applications and information about applying for Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grants is available at http://www.epa.gov/greatlakes/fund/2014rfa02/.

For more information about the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative visit www.glri.us.


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