NOAA Accepting Pre-Proposals for Coast Resiliency Grants

Removing the Hunters Pond Dam in Scituate, MA fixed a safety hazard and reopened habitat to migratory fish for the first time more than 200 years. Photo courtesy of NOAA.

HYANNIS – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is accepting applications for coastal resilience grant funding.

Up to $15 million will be awarded this year for projects that benefit coastal ecosystems and communities.

NOAA is seeking new projects that build resilience to adverse events like extreme weather or long-term changing environmental conditions through habitat restoration.

The deadline for pre-proposal submissions is March 7. Applicants will then have up to 40 days to submit their full proposals, once they are notified that they are eligible.

For more information for potential applicants, and a link to the official Federal Funding Opportunity, visit the Coastal Resilience Grant Program page.

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