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3/1/2023 - The Iowa DNR Water Quality Improvement section is now accepting applications through April 28, 2023 for a subaward program funded by a $3 million, 5-year Underserved Farmer to Farmer grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Gulf of Mexico division. The subaward grant will provide funding of between $75,000 and $250,000 to increase the ability of historically underserved farm communities to address nutrient pollution, frequent flooding, and drinking water challenges. There may be multiple rounds of funding announced depending on demand.
Size of Award: $75,000 - $250,000 per award, no match funding required
Duration of Award: Successful applicants will have until up to June 30, 2027 to complete proposed projects
Applications Due (Round 1): April 28, 2023
Eligible Applicants: Eligible entities include but are not limited to: local or state governmental agencies, institutions of higher learning, Intergovernmental entities (28E entities) such as Watershed Management Authorities, NGOs and nonprofits, tribal nations, beginning farmer groups, and U.S. military veteran farmer groups
For more information, reference the Factsheet
Application Submittal: Via email to Steven.Konrady@dnr.iowa.gov
Questions? Accessibility needs?: Can be directed via email or via phone:
Steve Konrady, Western Basin Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-204-1456
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Learn about how Iowans are improving the land for better water quality, including projects to improve trout fishing, to protect mussels, to give new life to well-loved recreational lakes and rivers, and more in our annual booklet, Working for Clean Water.
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