State of Washington, Department of Ecology
10/03/14 5:00 PM
Grants are available to Washington non-profits, municipalities, and others to clean up the Puget Sound's fresh and marine waters by mitigating the toxins and nutrients that enter it. Eligible project categories are: scientific study of toxics and nutrients, preventing initial uses of toxics and nutrients, limiting their release into the environment, cleaning air, land, and water of polluting substances, and measuring and improving program performance.
The goal of the National Estuary Program (NEP) toxics and nutrients grant is to improve both human and environmental health in the Puget Sound ecosystem by preventing, reducing and controlling toxics and nutrients from entering Puget Sound fresh and marine waters.
Priority outcomes are:
* Decreased concentrations of nitrogen and/or phosphorus in marine or freshwater.
* Improved dissolved oxygen concentrations in marine or freshwater.
* Improved aquatic life due to lower pollution pressures.
* Meets NMFS buffer guidelines, if applicable for the project.
GrantWatch ID#: 147307
$200,000 - $500,000
January 1, 2015 - March 31, 2017
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