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Montana Offers Grants for Clean Water Projects Montana sign

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has grant money available for Fiscal Year 2013 under Section 319(h) of the Federal Clean Water Act, but time is running out to apply for the funding. Section 319(h) are funds for projects that are distributed competitively to support the most effective and highest priority projects that address Non-Point Source (NPS) water pollution. There are two categories for competitive projects: Watershed Restoration and Education Outreach.

The Montana DEQ is soliciting project proposals from eligible applicants to further its NPS Program. The goal is to protect clean water and restore waters that are impaired by NPS pollution and do not meet water quality standards. All applicants must complete and submit the project proposal form by July 27, 2012. The final application form is due on October 1, 2012. Successful applicants will be announced after the 319 Agency Review Panel meets on October 23, 2012.

For more information on applying, contact Robert Ray, the Watershed Protection Section Manager, at 406-444-5319. For technical assistance contact Judel Buls, PE, in the AE2S office in Kalispell, at 406-257-8990, or Nate Weisenburger, PE, in the Great Falls AE2S office at 406-268-0626. Applicants may also learn more by accessing the DEQ website.




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