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Funding Opportunities

Becoming more flood resilient, through restoring, protecting and conserving river corridors and floodplains has several benefits.  Avoiding human encroachment in areas susceptible to flooding and erosion mitigates the loss of life and property during floods.  River corridors and floodplains also provide important terrestrial and aquatic habitat and help to maintain and improve water quality.  Additional incentives for communities to take actions to become more flood resilient include receiving priority rating in several competitive grant programs administered by the Agency of Natural Resour

Ecosystem Restoration and Other Clean Water Grants

The Clean Water Initiative Program (CWIP) funds priority projects that restore and protect rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, and wetlands from nonpoint source runoff and associated nutrient and sediment pollution. Vermont municipalities, regional organizations, nonprofit associations, citizen groups, and state agencies are eligible to receive grants. 

Ecosystem Restoration Grant Program Workshops Offered

08 September 2016

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is offering four workshops in September following the release of the next Request for Proposals (RFP) for the DEC Ecosystem Restoration Grant Program

DEC Grant Introduction and Guidelines

The graphics below illustrate the sequential steps of the grant application and compliance processes from the grantee perspective. 

DEC Grantee Application Process

flowchart of DEC grantee application process
Click on the corresponding step to find example materials and templates from past DEC grant application submissions:

DEC Grant Resources

This page serves current and future grant recipients and acts as a guide to DEC's general grant application and compliance processes and will aid in the preparation of a competitive application.*

Please review the pages below before preparing an application or contacting a grants management specialist.

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