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Apply for a Puyallup-White River Watershed and/or Chambers-Clover Creek Watershed Grant
Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 12:00pm
ccessful applications support one or more of the goals of the respective watershed council (see website). Examples of successful past projects include volunteer riparian plantings, invasive species removal, stream clean-up events, nature-based education preK-16 such as nature-themed school camps, citizen science, outreach to shoreline property owners, rain garden installations, rain barrel workshops, development of educational materials or purchase of equipment, signage or supplies for projects that benefit water quality or riparian habitat. This small grant opportunity is ideal for first time grant-writers and small nonprofits or school teachers with a small project in mind.
How to apply/register:
Completed grant applications must be hand-delivered, emailed or postmarked by April 7, 2020. Grant program information, including the 2020 grant announcements, application forms, scoring criteria, and examples of past grant awards are available to download at: https://www.piercecountywa.gov/sgp .
The 2020 cycle will award up to $20,000 to high quality project proposals thanks to our matching partners: City of Lakewood, Stormwater Community of Interest of the Puyallup Watershed Initiative, and Pierce County. Maximum grant award is $2,500 per watershed.