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School Children to Receive Watershed Training

The program supports existing and new high-quality environmental education programs in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Successful projects advance the environmental literacy goal of the Chesapeake Bay Agreement and goals of the NOAA Education Strategic Plan by providing hands-on environmental education on the watershed at K-12 schools.

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(EDUCATION) Harry Ransom Center Grants

Private Funder: Harry Ransom Center; Opportunity: Project grants; Funding Focus: Education; Geographic Focus: National; Eligibility: Post-doctorate or independent scholars with a substantial record of publication; Funding: Up to $3,000 each; Deadline: Feb. 1. Summary: The Harry Ransom Center at the...

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(SENIORS) New York Starts New $150M Alternative Long-Term Care Effort

(Deadline: Aug. 25) New York provides $150 million in state grants for community projects to coordinate local service providers to develop alternatives to traditional nursing homes. The primary goal of the new grant program called Alternative Long Term Care Initiatives is to help individual commun...

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(SAFETY) Liaisons Will Aid Seat Belt Usage, Drunk Driving Efforts in 3 States

Agency: Transportation Dept. (Nat'l Highway Traffic Safety Admin); Program: Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL): Region 2 (CFDA Number: 20.614) (Funding Opportunity Number: DTNH22-10-R-00325); Eligibility: State and local law enforcement agencies in Region 2,which includes New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvan...

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(NUTRITION) Dannon Funds Education Programs (NY, OH, TX, UT)

(Deadline: March 31) The Dannon Next Generation Nutrition Grants, offered by the food company, funds programs that support childhood nutrition education and promote healthy eating habits among children. The program will award grants of $30,000 each to four nonprofits from each of the following comm...

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(INFRASTRUCTURE) NY to Use $87M in Recovery Funds for Water Projects

New York State will use nearly $87 million in stimulus funds from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help local governments finance many of the overdue improvements to water projects across this state.

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(ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT) SBA Dips Into Stimulus to Meet Microloan Demand

The Small Business Administration (SBA) this week announces it is making 15 new loans to microlenders--eight of them new to the Microloan program--totaling $10.7 million in stimulus money ready to be disbursed.\r\n

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(EDUCATION) DOL Offers $34M to Aid High School Effort in MD, NJ, NY, OR

Agency: Labor Dept. (DOL) (Employment & Training Admin.); Program: Mentoring, Educational, and Employment Strategies to Improve Academic, Social, and Career Pathway Outcomes (CFDA Number: 17.261) (Funding Opportunity Number: SGA/DFA PY 08-14); Eligibility: School Districts and community based or...

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(ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT) Treasury Pumps $90M into CDFIs Nationwide

Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) in 26 states and Puerto Rico receive a combined $90 million in stimulus package grant awards to boost communities hit by the economic downturn.

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(HOUSING) NYC Proposing to Use CDBG-R Funds for Multi-Unit Repairs

New York City officials are planning to use more than one-third of their Community Development Block Grant money from the Obama administration's stimulus package to make emergency repairs to privately owned multi-unit buildings.

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