FUNDING AVAILABLE: Michigan is funding watershed projects for nonpoint sources of pollution to restore impaired waters

The state of Michigan’s Nonpoint Source (NPS) Program is requesting proposals for watershed projects that control nonpoint sources of pollution to restore impaired waters and protect high quality waters.

Approximately $4.3 million in state and federal funds should be available to selected projects in the spring of 2021.

Projects can be up to three years in length and require a minimum of 25 percent local match. All projects must implement recommended activities in approved watershed management plans.

For questions or additional information contact Bob Sweet ( or 517-512-9765).

Details on eligibility, priorities, required local match, and all necessary forms and instructions for applicants are available on the Nonpoint Source Program homepage in the Grant Applicant Information section.

Notices of Intent to apply for a grant are due by August 14, 2020.
Full proposals from invited applicants are due on November 6, 2020.

Photo of Benton Harbor, Michigan by June Simonton from Pixabay.

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