Grants

  • September SAW Grant Seminars

    As part of our commitment to helping our clients win SAW grants for their asset management plans, we’d like to share this learning opportunity with you. You can now register for MDEQ’s September seminars on the SAW program at these locations: September 19: Roscommon September 24: Marquette September 26: Grand Rapids Seminars will run from […]

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  • $3.1 Million in Water Quality Improvement Grants Available from the MDEQ

    Governmental units, nonprofit organizations, and universities may apply for funding for projects that restore and protect Michigan’s wetlands, lakes, and streams. Clean Michigan Initiative Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Grants – $1 Million (25% local match) available to fund best management practices in critical areas of MDEQ-approved watershed management plans. Federal Clean Water Act Section 319 […]

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  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Voluntary Conservation Programs

    P&N would like to pass along grant information from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Our clients have used the Fish passage Grants to replace outdated bridges and culverts. USFWS Voluntary Conservation Programs

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  • Up To $9.5 Million Available From EPA for 2013 Great Lakes Restoration Projects

    Last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 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 that restore and protect the Great Lakes.  Up to $9.5 million will be available and grants will be awarded on a competitive basis […]

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  • Michigan disaster areas can get 75% grants to fix, prevent flood damages

    Communities in the Michigan counties of Allegan, Barry, Baraga, Gogebic, Houghton, Ionia, Kent, Keweenaw, Marquette, Midland, Muskegon, Newaygo, Ontonagon, Osceola, Ottawa and Saginaw are eligible for up to 75% grants from FEMA to fix flood damages or  mitigate the potential for damages in future floods. P&N has helped several clients build new bridges, perform structure […]

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  • MDEQ accepting Wellhead Protection Grant Applications

    The MDEQ has released the The Wellhead Protection Grant Program application for 2014. These grants require a 50% local match and assist communities in developing and implementing wellhead protection plans in order to protect public water supply systems from groundwater contamination. To win this grant, you will need: 50% local match through local funds, A  […]

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  • Village of Lyons Receives Bridge Street Streetscape MEDC Downtown Infrastructure Grant

    Congrats to the Village of Lyons, who won over $600,000 towards downtown infrastructure improvements! Prein&Newhof’s engineer, Jason Washler, helped Lyons apply for the MEDC Downtown Infrastructure Grant from Pure Michigan. The money will help improve their downtown by reconstructing Bridge Street.  The proposed streetscape project will include storm sewer improvements, permeable pavers, on-street parking, water […]

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  • Downtown Development Planning Grant Application Available

    MEDC is accepting applications until April 26 for its Downtown Development Planning Grant. Grants up to $100,000 are available, from a total funding pool of $500,000. MEDC is targeting these grants to projects that: Are located within a DDA Are in a Main Street or Redevelopment Ready Community Will create jobs for low/mod income persons […]

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  • Water Quality Monitoring Grant RFP Released

    Water quality monitoring grants are offered under the Clean Michigan Initiative – Clean Water Fund and the proposals are due March 22. This grant pays for water quality monitoring activities that address local issues of concern and identify new chemicals/issues that may be impacting Michigan’s surface waters, such as rivers, streams, public access lakes, wetlands, […]

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  • Grant Funding Opportunity – Sustain Our Great Lakes

    Sustain Our Great Lakes now has a Request for Proposals available on its website  for grant funding for work in the Great Lakes basin. Money will be awarded in three categories: habitat restoration; delisting of habitat-related beneficial use impairments; and private landowner technical assistance. Pre-proposals will be due on February 14, 2013.

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