The States of Montana and South Dakota are currently accepting applications for nonpoint source project program grants under the Federal Clean Water Act, Section 319 nonpoint source control program. The recommended range for grants is $10,000-$300,000 per project, and a […]
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The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) recently announced the Federal Clean Water Act Section 319 funding round is now open, with $1.4 million expected for grants to reduce water pollution. The program provides funding and technical assistance to groups and […]
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) anticipates approximately $900,000 in funding for nonpoint source water pollution projects available under the Federal Clean Water Act. Nonpoint source water pollution stems from many sources and is often generated by land use […]
The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is accepting applications through October 1, 2015 for projects eligible for federal Clean Water Act, Section 319 nonpoint source control grants. DENR officials anticipate approximately $2 million will be available […]
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