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Grants of up to $75,000 to Washington nonprofit organizations in eligible regions to protect natural resources and enhance environmental equity. Funding is intended to support education and outreach, capacity building, pilot or demonstration projects, and direct improvement of natural resource conditions. Focus is placed on populations disproportionately affected by systematic racism, such as People of Color, Black, and Indigenous communities. Projects must occur primarily within Seattle city limits.
King Conservation District is a natural resources assistance agency that promotes the sustainable use of natural resources. Across the United States and here in Seattle, race is the most significant predictor of a person living near contaminated or deteriorating natural resources that impact health and wellbeing. For this reason, this grant program supports projects that improve natural resources and are co-created by, led by and benefit people most impacted by environmental and climate issues: Black, Indigenous, People of Color, immigrants, refugees, people with low incomes, youth and elders.
Projects must focus on at least one of the following KCD natural resource priority areas:
For information on natural resource improvement actions and project requirements, see the following link: https://kingcd.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/2022-KCD-Seattle-Community-Partnership-Grant-Program-Guidelines.pdf#page=2
For information on eligible costs, see the following link: https://kingcd.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/2022-KCD-Seattle-Community-Partnership-Grant-Program-Guidelines.pdf#page=3
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Projects can take place over multiple years.