Environmental Protection Agency: Indian Tribes and Intertribal Consortia Nonpoint Source Management Grants
Nonpoint Source Management Grants will support projects that develop and/or implement watershed-based plans and implement watershed projects that will result in significant steps towards solving Nonpoint Source (NPS) impairments on a watershed-wide basis. Eligible entities are strongly encouraged to submit applications that develop and/or implement watershed-based plans designed to restore NPS-impaired waters and protect waters from NPS pollution.
Amount: Approximately $2,500,000 is available to make grants of up to $100,000.
Eligibility: To be eligible for a gran, a tribe or intertribal consortium must:
- Be federally recognized
- Have an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved NPS assessment report
- Have an EPA-approved NPS management program
- Have “Treatment-in-a-manner-similar-to-a -State” (TAS)
To be eligible, tribes or intertribal consortia must have met these eligibility requirements as of October 11, 2019. For a complete list of tribes eligible for funding, refer to: https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2019-10/documents/fy2020_tribal_319_eligibility_list.pdf.
This post was filed under: