MDEQ to give $4,000,000 in grants for water quality improvements

August 7, 2012

Have a watershed management plan? Get it rolling with help from these grants:

Clean Michigan Initiative – Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Grants:

  • Approximately $1 million is available to fund priority recommendations of watershed management plans that have been approved by the DEQ.
  • Proposals must include a minimum 25% local match.

Federal Clean Water Act, Section 319:

  • Approximately $3 million is available to develop watershed management plans or implement priority recommendations of previously approved watershed management plans.
  • Proposals must include a minimum 15% local match for planning or 25% local match for implementation.

Grant pre-applications are due August 22. Learn more at the DEQ website.

A unique opportunity to learn more: check out the webinar about Non-Point Source Grants being held on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT.


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