Water Quality Monitoring Grant RFP Released

March 7, 2013

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, and the Great Lakes.  It can also pay for the development of tools that help assess this type of data. See priority geographic areas for 2013.

Want help in preparing a proposal for this grant? Contact Jim Hegarty, 616-364-8491.


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