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WATERSHED ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MINI-GRANTS
These mini-grants provide professional development funds for the staff and volunteers of qualified watershed organizations in the Lake Champlain Basin, to cover expenses such as travel, meals, registration and accommodations at meetings, conferences, workshops and other venues designed to enhance the organizations’ capacity to operate. Qualifying Organizations: Watershed types of organization within the Lake Champlain Basin may apply for Watershed Association Professional Development Mini-grants. Up to $500/year is available per organization subject to availability of funds. Please read the attached instructions for more details about qualifying.
- Watershed Association Professional Development Mini-Grants: Instructions, Application & Reimbursement Form
Watershed Environmental Assistance Program
Rather than cash awards, this program awards US Army Corps of Engineers services. More
Vermont Watershed Grant Applications Due January 15th
The Vermont Watershed Grants Program is now accepting applications for projects that protect and restore the state’s lakes, rivers, and wetlands, and enhance Vermonters’ understanding and enjoyment of these resources. Applications are due no later than Monday, January 15, 2018.
Municipalities, local and regional government agencies, sporting clubs, non-profit organizations, and citizens groups are eligible to apply. The range of past projects is just as diverse, and has included invasive species education, shoreline vegetation restoration, and the removal of old dams and replacement of culverts to improve fish passage.
Ecosystem Restoration Grants Review Deadline January 31st
The Clean Water Initiative Program is accepting Ecosystem Restoration Grant applications on a rolling basis. Applications received by January 31, 2018 at 4:00 pm will be included in the next review. Please visit the Clean Water Initiative Program Grants webpage for more details. For questions, contact Marli Rupe.
For general information on other grant programs, please visit our Partner Grants page.