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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Educational Mini-Grants for Conservation and Restoration Projects

DNRC
Call for Conservation Mini Educational Grants
The next deadline is September 15, 2012
 
The Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation (DNRC) offers grants up to $500 to fund conservation and restoration activities for K-12 students and adults. 

To be considered for a grant, a school teacher or program manager must submit a written application directly to the local conservation district, and depending on the conservation district requirements, an individual may be required to attend a meeting to explain the project. If the conservation district agrees to sponsor the grant application, it will be forwarded to the DNRC. 

An online directory of Montana Conservation Districts will help your organization locate the conservation district office in your area.  If you have questions, contact Linda Brander,  (406) 444-0520. 

Soil & Water Conservation Districts of Montana, Inc. (SWCDMI)
Call for Section 319 Mini-Grant Applications
Deadline September 28, 2012
http://montananps319grants.pbworks.com/w/page/21640342/319%20Mini%20Grant%20Home
Using federal Clean Water Act Section 319 funding from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, the Soil & Water Conservation Districts of Montana, Inc. (SWCDMI) is seeking to fund local education and outreach efforts that address nonpoint source pollution or water quality issues. Under the FY 2013 mini-grant program, $21,000 is available. Mini-grants for up to $2,000 will be awarded. Applicants must provide a minimum of 40% in non-federal local in-kind or cash match. Applications will be reviewed by a funding recommendation panel from the Montana Watershed Coordination Council’s Outreach & Education Committee that includes individuals from a range of organizations.
Applications should be mailed and e-mailed to:
SWCDMI
Attn: Jan Fontaine
790 Colleen Street
Helena, MT 59601
mail@macdnet.org

PPL Mini Education Grants
Deadline  November 15, 2012 through January 31, 2013
http://www.pplmontana.com/environment/our+environmental+programs/environmental+education+grants.htm
PPL’s $1500 grants are geared toward projects that enhance established classroom curricula, academic standards or support extracurricular activities.  Funds can be used to pay for transportation costs, substitute teachers, materials, planning time for educators, to name a few.  An invitation to submit an application will open on November 15, 2011 and the closing date for the grant to be received will be January 31, 2012.
If you have questions contact Lisa Perry (406) 237-6914.

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