Foundation / Corporation
Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program
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Grants to New York nonprofit organizations, government agencies, secondary school districts, for-profits, and IHEs for watershed stewardship projects in eligible regions. For-profit applicants may only apply for research, assessment, and monitoring grants. Eligible categories include education; planning; research, assessment, and monitoring; flood hazard mitigation; stream-related public infrastructure improvements; and stream restoration. Projects can only be funded in towns within the Ashokan Reservoir Watershed that have adopted stream management plans.
The Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program (AWSMP) provides funding for community partners to implement recommendations identified in the AWSMP Action Plan below and in the Stream Management Plan for the watershed.
Eligible projects relate to:
Requested funds may be used for expenses directly related to the proposed project, including wages and consultant fees.
GrantWatch ID#: 148882
The maximum award for education projects is $35,000. There is no maximum or minimum award for projects in other categories.
Funded projects generally run from one to two years. Funding will be considered for early phases of a multi-phase project.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications to:
Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program
Attn: Leslie Zucker, PO Box 667
3130 Route 28
Shokan, NY 12481
For more information, contact Leslie Zucker at (845) 688‑3047.
Eligible area: http://ashokanstreams.org/exploring-the-watershed/
USA: New York: Ashokan Watershed
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