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Brownfields Grants, Conferences, Trainings, and Workshops

Environmental Workforce Development and Job Training (EWDJT) Grants

RFP# EPA-OSWER-OBLR-14-01 - Closing Date: February 13, 2014.

Annual EWDJT grants allow nonprofit and other organizations to recruit, train, and place predominantly low-income and minority, unemployed and under-employed people living in areas affected by solid and hazardous waste.  Residents learn the skills needed to secure full-time, sustainable employment in the environmental field, including assessment and cleanup.  These green jobs reduce environmental contamination and build more sustainable futures for communities.

Additional EWDJT grant information and competition resources, including frequently asked questions.

Prospective applicants in Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, & Washington) are encouraged to contact:

Robert Tan
Region 10 EWDJT Coordinator
tan.robert@epa.gov
(206) 553-2580

FY14 Funding Guidance for State and Tribal Response Programs (STRP)

FY14 Funding Guidance for State and Tribal Response Programs (STRP) (PDF) (25 pp, 244K)

Generally, these response programs address the assessment, cleanup, and redevelopment of brownfields sites and other sites with actual or perceived contamination. This document provides guidance that will enable states and tribes to apply for and use Fiscal Year 2014 section 128(a) funds. This funding is intended for those states and tribes with overall management and administrative capacity within their government required to administer a federal grant. The primary goal of this funding is to ensure that state and tribal response programs include, or are taking reasonable steps to include, certain elements of an environmental response program and that the response program establishes and maintains a public record of sites addressed.

Requests for funding will be accepted from December 9, 2013 through January 31, 2014.

Learn more about EPA's State & Tribal Response Programs.

For more information and for inquiries about grant eligibility, please contact:

Mary Goolie
EPA Region 10 STRP Coordinator
907-271-3414
goolie.mary@epa.gov

Technical Assistance to Brownfields Communities (TAB)

The TAB grantees funded through the TAB Program, among other things, serve as an independent resource assisting communities with community involvement, better understanding the health impacts of brownfield sites, science and technology relating to brownfield site assessment, remediation, and site preparation activities, brownfield finance questions, information on integrated approaches to brownfield cleanup and redevelopment, facilitating stakeholder involvement, identifying sources of brownfields assessment and cleanup funding, understanding and complying with state brownfields and voluntary cleanup program requirements, and facilitating redevelopment activities. More information about the TAB grantees providing technical assistance in your area can be found by click on the map below.

TAB Provider: Center for Creative Land Recycling

EPA Regions Served: 2, 4, 9, 10

Areas of Expertise: Custom trainings, a resource center approach to providing assistance, and specialized technical assistance to stakeholders in brownfields redevelopment

Contact:
Ignacio Davrit
Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR)
415-398-1080x107

Upcoming Conferences and Trainings

The Next Level

For Assessment, RLF, Cleanup, and Section 128(a) Recipients that are familiar with using ACRES, this training will provide instruction on how to make ACRES work for you and your property scenarios, and the answers to some commonly asked questions. This course is approximately 90 minutes long and scheduled on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 11:00am (PST)

How to Join a Training

There is no need to pre–register for training, however it is recommended that you test your computer to ensure compatibility prior to the training Link to EPA's External Link Disclaimer. On the day of training, follow the instructions below (you will need to join BOTH a conference call and a virtual meeting):

  1. Phone: Dial 1–800–747–5150
  2. Phone: Enter the conference code 1343126
  3. Computer: Click the Join Meeting Link next to the training you would like to attend at: http://epa.gov/acres/trainingschedule.htm
  4. Computer: Enter the meeting password "ACRES"


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