NEIWPCC COVID-19 VACCINATION POLICY
NEIWPCC is committed to providing a working environment that keeps all staff as safe as possible and promotes the well-being of our community. All RFP applicants who may come into close contact with NEIWPCC staff are required to be fully vaccinated. Close contact may occur during the course of a project with a QAPP (via a QAPP audit), during project planning meetings, during project implementation, or other occasions. While some of these may occur virtually, please note that NEIWPCC reserves the right to audit a project at any time. Applicants must be prepared to show proof of vaccination prior to any close contact with NEIWPCC staff. Accepted proof of vaccination includes the original vaccination card, a printed copy of the vaccination card, or a digital photograph of the vaccination card. To protect confidential information, NEIWPCC will not maintain copies of these documents, and any records provided will be discarded.
In addition, NEIWPCC is committed to providing events that keep all participants as safe as possible and promote the well-being of our community. NEIWPCC requires all individuals who participate in NEIWPCC-funded events to be fully vaccinated in order to attend. Any events hosted with funding from NEIWPCC must follow our pandemic procedures.
This policy also applies to the contractor’s subcontractors
All contractors applying for new work (or amending existing agreements) must be vaccinated.
Since 1992, the LCBP has awarded more than 1,500 grants totaling more than $17.02 million to local organizations to support a variety of pollution prevention, habitat restoration, and other projects that improve the quality of Lake Champlain. In that same time, the LCBP and its partner organizations also have funded numerous projects conducted by universities, consultants, research foundations, nonprofit organizations, and others. These projects include scientific research, best management demonstration projects, education and outreach efforts, and other initiatives that are key to implementing Opportunities for Action.
Visit our Grantee Toolkit page for grant writing resources, and as always, please contact us with questions about your grant application.
(click the grant category for more details, including sub-categories)
|Recurring/Annual Grants||Release Date||Due Date|
|Clean Water and Healthy Ecosystems|
|Clean Water and Health Ecosystems|
Planning and Implementation Projects
|Education and Outreach||November 16, 2022||SMALL - December 19, 2022
LARGE - January 13, 2023
|Organizational Support||November 21, 2022||January 13, 2023|
|Stream Wise||November 16, 2022||December 16, 2022|
|Cultural Heritage & Recreation||Visit the CVNHP website >>|
|Ongoing Grants||Release Date||Due Date|
|Professional Development Mini-grants||ongoing||ongoing|
|There are no open RFPs at this time.|
These grants support for projects to further the mission of the LCBP and address the research tasks outlined in our management plan, Opportunities for Action. Eligible organizations include colleges, universities, nonprofit organizations, for-profit companies, and municipalities in the U.S. and Canada.
These grant categories supports projects that will improve water quality and directly result in the reduction of water pollution in the U.S. portion of the Lake Champlain Basin. Eligible organizations include colleges, universities, nonprofit organizations, and non-federal/non-state government agencies.
This grant category supports projects that will provide planning, design, or prioritization for future water quality improvement projects in the Lake Champlain Basin (U.S. and Québec). Eligible organizations include colleges, universities, nonprofit organizations, non-federal/non-state government agencies, and for-profit companies.
These grant categories support Projects that will preserve, restore, or improve native species habitat in the Lake Champlain Basin (U.S. and Québec).
This grant category supports projects that will directly prevent the spread aquatic invasive species or manage their impacts in the Lake Champlain Basin (US and Québec).
This grant category supports projects that will directly lead to improved aquatic organism passage in the U.S. portion of the Lake Champlain Basin.
These grants support projects that address strategies and tasks outlined in the Informed and Involved Public chapter of Opportunities for Action
These grants support projects that will support increased organizational capacity and long-term effectiveness of watershed organizations working to implement elements of Opportunities for Action.
These grants are available to organizations who wish to partner with Stream Wise and conduct Stream Wise assessments in the communities they serve during the 2023 season
These mini-grants provide educators with funds to buy materials for their classroom that will aid in teaching students about Lake Champlain Basin issues. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
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.
There are no open RFPs at this time.