Michigan’s Coastal Zone Management Program

October 8, 2014

About CZM

MDEQ’s Coastal Zone Management (CZM) Program promotes wise management of the cultural and natural resources of Michigan’s Great Lakes coast and provides grant funding for projects that support this vision. CZM is currently requesting proposals for recipients of its 2016 FY coastal grants for projects between October 1, 2015 and December 30, 2016 that protect the Great Lakes coastal resources by fostering environmentally-friendly development of economically and socially vibrant coastal communities.

Webinar

The CZM program is hosting a webinar on October 21 from 2-3pm that will cover eligibility criteria, program focus areas, project preferences, supporting information, additional information required for construction projects, and application submittal and schedule. Click here to register.

Applying

Download the RFP Application Package: Coastal Zone Management RFP FY16. Applications must be delivered or postmarked by December 30, 2014. See the MDEQ website for more details.


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