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Funding Opportunities

2022-11-22Political Subdivisions: Solid Waste Infrastructure for Recycling Grant Program
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provides $275,000,000 total from Fiscal Year 2022 to Fiscal Year 2026 for grants authorized under the Save Our Seas 2.0 Act. Projects funded through the grant program will: implement the building a circular economy for all strategy series; improve local post-consumer materials management programs, including municipal recycling; make improvements to local waste management systems. [ full text ]

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2022-11-22Recycling Education and Outreach Grant Program
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provides $75 million total from Fiscal Year 2022 to Fiscal Year 2026 for grants to fund a new Recycling Education and Outreach Grant Program. Projects funded through the grant program will: inform the public about residential or community recycling or composting programs; provide information about the materials that are accepted as part of residential or community recycling or composting programs; increase collection rates and decrease contamination across the nation. [ full text ]

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2022-11-22Grants for Energy Improvements at Public School Facilities
The U.S. Department of Energy recently announced more than $80M, the first tranche of funding in a $500M investment, to make clean energy improvements in K-12 public schools. Funds will empower school districts to make upgrades that will lower facilities’ energy costs and improve student learning environments. [ full text ]

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2022-11-18Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants
This program helps eligible communities prepare, or recover from, an emergency that threatens the availability of safe, reliable drinking water. [ full text ]

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2022-11-18Water & Waste Disposal Grants to Alleviate Health Risks on Tribal Lands and Colonias
This program provides low-income communities, which face significant health risks, access to safe, reliable drinking water and waste disposal facilities and services. [ full text ]

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2022-11-10DOE Announces $35 Million To Deploy Clean Energy on Tribal Lands and Power Unelectrified Tribal Buildings
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $35 million in new funding opportunities to deploy clean energy technology on Tribal lands and power unelectrified Tribal buildings. This funding will promote Tribal energy and economic development by helping Native communities unlock the benefits that come with the deployment of clean energy. I would make sure you edit out the word "Today" from the summary in case it is no longer today. Besides that, it looks good! [ full text ]

2022-09-26FY23 Small Surface Water & Groundwater Storage Projects (15.074)
Enhances water storage opportunities for future generations in support of the Department’s priorities. Reclamation leverages Federal and non-Federal funding to support stakeholder efforts to stretch scarce water supplies and avoid conflicts over water. Applicants eligible to receive an award under this NOFO include sponsors of small surface water and groundwater storage projects in the 17 Western States, including Alaska and Hawaii, that have submitted a Feasibility Study to Reclamation for review by November 15, 2022, and for which the study is found to meet all of the requirements of Temporary Reclamation Manual Release CMP TRMR-127 Small Surface Water and Groundwater Storage Projects Feasibility Review Process by December 31, 2022. State, Local, Other public institution/organization, Federally Recognized Indian Tribal Governments, Native American Organizations . Apply for review by November 15 and then apply by December 9, 2022 [ full text ]

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2022-09-19Social & Economic Development Strategies Financial Assistance (SEDS): Growing Organizations (GO) (93.612).
This grant is focused on assisting Growing Organizations in reaching their full potential as highly functioning entities able to effectively serve their Native American communities. The purpose of the Social Economic Development Strategies for Growing Organizations (SEDS-GO) is to provide financial assistance to Tribes and Native organizations that need to build internal capacity in order to better serve the communities where services are provided. The targeted challenges available to focus on within this funding opportunity are: Staff Development, Governance, Effective Grants Management, Strategic/Community Planning, Financial Management Systems, Use of Technology, Ability to Track and Manage Data, and Partnerships. The SEDS-GO is a funding opportunity that has the flexibility for up to a three-year project period with an award ceiling of $200,000 per budget period. Native American tribal organizations and tribal governments/ Apply by June 30, 2023 [ full text ]