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00J87001Native Village of Port HeidenINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Build the capacity for the Native Village of Port Heiden to protect human health and the environment. Develop community adaptation strategies in response to projected climate change impacts and potential effects on our village and traditional life ways. Assess the sources of air pollution that may be impacting the tribal community to determine which (e.g. road dust, wood smoke, solid waste burning, indoor air quality, diesel emissions) are of greatest concern to tribal members and leaders and which are most likely to be able to be impacted through community action. Solid Waste Management and Pollution Prevention.
$125,00001/01/201512/31/2015
00E04411Upper Sioux CommunityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This action will provide funding in the Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to the Upper Sioux Indian Community in support of the environmental protection programs managed by the tribe. Funds are being provided under the General Assistance Program and the Clean Water Act Section 106, which will assist the tribe to continue the development of tribal capacity to administer environmental programs and projects. Specific projects during this grant period include groundwater monitoring, and monitoring and collections of surface water data.
$220,00001/01/201512/31/2016
00J83801Native Village of MekoryukINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Native Village of Mekoryuk will continue to build tribal capacity to manage and environmental program by focusing on Toxics Management / Solid and Hazardous Waste Management and providing community members with environmental education on topics relevant to the area.
$124,99901/01/201512/31/2015
96804701MT Department of Environmental QualityMT DEQ FY14 WDPG VOLUNTARY RESTORATION

This award provides funding to build capacity to protect manage and restore wetlands through assessment and development of a comprehensive program. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality will be working on three projects to further the development of their monitoring and assessment and restoration programs. The three projects are to develop a watershed risk assessment strategy, develop Story Mill Coummunity Park as a living classroom for the community of Bozeman and Montana State University, and develop a wetland restoration partnership cooperative.
$124,50001/01/201512/31/2016
96552407Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This action will provide funding in the Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to the Little Traverse Bay Band in support of the environmental protection programs managed by the tribe on the reservation. Funds are being provided under the General Assistance Program, Clean Water Act Section 106, and Brownfields Tribal Response Program. This PPG will assist the tribe to continue the development of the capacity to administer environmental programs and projects on the reservation.
$389,48701/01/201512/31/2016
96191601Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corp.FAIRMOUNT CORRIDOR BUS SHELTER LIVING ROOFS INITIATIVE

The Dorcester Bay Economic Development Corporation (DBEDC) will expand its Fairmount Corridor Living Roof Pilot to include the installation of additional bus shelter living roof demonstration sites. These demonstration sites will provide street-level, hands-on training and community education to the residents, transit users and visitors of the Fairmount Corridor, an area comprising the neighborhoods of Dorcester, Mattapan and Hyde Park in Boston, Massachusetts. The project will serve to increase knowledge on a broad array of environmental topics including green infrastructure, air pollution, stormwater flooding, and urban environmental health issues.
$25,00001/01/201512/31/2016
00D23714Dade CountyMIAMI-DADE NEAR ROADWAY NITROGEN DIOXIDE MONITORING

This action approves a new award in the amount of $200,000 to Miami-Dade County to support compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards in Miami, Florida by implementing a permanent near-road Nitrogen Dioxide monitoring station. The project will focus on monitoring resources to capture short-term Nitrogen Dioxide concentrations near heavily trafficked roads, to assess area-wide Nitrogen Dioxide concentrations, and to assess Nitrogen Dioxide concentrations in low-income or minority at-risk communities.
$200,00001/01/201512/31/2015
96284900Research Foundation of SUNY- ESFSUPPORTING ACTIONABLE DECISION-MAKING FOR WETLAND PERMITTING IN NEW YORK

The recipient will evaluate regional landscapes and the effect of adjacent undisturbed surrounding land on wetland condition. It will study wetland sites in select urbanized watersheds in NY and develop modeling protocols to evaluate cumulative impacts and the influence of adjacent areas surrounding wetlands. The recipient will develop draft rules for conservation action based on wetland type and surrounding environmental characteristics.
$140,65801/01/201506/30/2017
00J86801Ugashik VillageINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Program Capacity Building to manage environmental programs. Building Tribal Indoor and Outdoor Air Quality Program. Building Tribal Water Quality Program Capacities.
$114,56001/01/201512/31/2015
99501120Wisconsin Department of Health & Family ServicesDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES STATE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

This Grant Agreement to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services will assist the State in development and implementation of State and local programs to assess and reduce indoor radon levels in Wisconsin through contracting, public information, problem analysis, problem response, and training.
$282,58801/01/201512/31/2017
99108510Connecticut Department of Public HealthTSCA TITLE IV COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Connecticut Department of Public Health Lead Program will: 1) maintain a lead accreditation certification program for individuals and contractors; 2) audit state certified lead training providers; and 3) provide lead based paint education awareness to the regulated community. These efforts support Title IV, Section 404(g) of the Toxic Substances Control Act as well as Goal 4 of the EPA's Strategic Plan.
$250,00001/01/201512/31/2016
96330201VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - L.A. CLARKE & SON (REMEDIAL ACTION OPERABLE UNIT THREE)

Funds will be used to provide support in the development, regulatory oversight, technical review, and evaluation of the Remedial Action Operable Unit Three which addresses site water controls including drainage ditches at the L.A. Clarke & Son site.
$7,98401/01/201509/30/2017
97334710Erie County Department of HealthERIE COUNTY BEACH MONITORING & NOTIFICATION

This award will provide financial support for the Erie County, Pennsylvania Beaches Program which enables the Erie County Department of Health to perform beach water quality monitoring and public health notification.
$214,00001/01/201512/31/2015
96183401Maine D.E.P.MAINE HEALTHY BEACHES PROGRAM

This project continues the State of Maine's activities to implement a state-wide coastal beach monitoring, assessment and notification program under the Federal Beach Act. The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MEDEP) funds activities for monitoring and analysis of indicator bacteria at coastal beaches, provides technical assistance to local communities for assessment of pollution sources at specific beaches, provides public notification of monitoring results, and reports to EPA electronically and in annual reports the results of monitoring and notification actions in an EPA beach program specific format.
$244,00001/01/201509/30/2016
99583210Ho-Chunk NationINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Indian Environmental General Assistance Program will provide grants to eligible tribal government's or inter-tribal consortia to cover the cost of planning, developing and establishing environmental protection programs consistent with other applicable provisions of law providing for enforcement of such laws by Indian tribes on Indian land.
$220,00001/01/201512/31/2016
00J87601ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ PP GRANT FY 15

The grantee will provide E-3 technical assistance to businesses, promote safer solvent alternatives, coordinate a clean air zone effort, and assist schools with an environmentally-preferable purchasing program and a green chemistry curriculum.
$85,00001/01/201512/31/2015
00J95201County of FranklinIMPROVING THE POOR AIR QUALITY BY REDUCING DIESEL EMISSION IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, IDAHO.

This project will replace 3 school buses. In addition, this project will educate the agriculture community that they can play a role in addressing our nonattainment PM2.5 air shed by replacing 4 agricultural tractors and converting 3 irrigation pumps to clean burning electric.
$349,32401/01/201512/31/2016
00F85201Louisiana Department of Health and HospitalsFY 2014 LOUISIANA BEACH MONITORING PROGRAM

The LDHH will use the funds to implement the coastal monitoring and notification program of the coastal swimming beaches of Louisiana.
$306,00001/01/201512/31/2015
96518411Mille Lacs Band of OjibwePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This project will enable the Tribe to plan/develop/establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs. During this grant period the tribe will be working on the following activities: (1) providing for the tribal government capacity to assure an environmental presence; (2) enhancing capacity building in inventory, assessment and prioritizing Brownfield sites, including training of staff in the area of inventory and assessment (3) continuing a base program, conducting surface water monitoring, nutrient load water quality monitoring.
$435,50001/01/201512/31/2016
98791706Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentKANSAS 2014 SECTION 106 MONITORING INITIATIVE

This agreement provides funding to the State of Kansas to carry out its program to maintain, protect, and improve the water quality of its rivers, lakes, streams, groundwater, and other water bodies. The environmental benefits of this program include preventing degradation of unimpaired water bodies and reducing the number of impaired water bodies in the state. Activities include: maintaining and improving the state's stream monitoring program, improving probabilistic streams, improving consistency and usability of in-house databases, refining assessment methods, developing criteria for reference stream selection and continuing water quality monitoring and assessment activities in watersheds and water bodies targeted for Total Maximum Daily Load implementation.
$160,00001/01/201512/31/2015
98204409Haudenosaunee Environmental Task ForceHETF FY 15/16 GAP APPLICATION

This Project aims to establish and build environmental program capacity of four Indian Nations: Cayuga Nation, Onondaga Nation, Tonawanda Band of Seneca, and Tuscarora Nation, who are the member Nations of an intertribal consortium called the Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force (HETF). This Project: (1) will increase the capacity of these four Indian Nations to develop the necessary environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands; and (2) is designed to lead to environmental improvements on Indian Nation land through environmental assessment, and development of recommendations regarding water quality, air quality, solid waste, emergency response, pesticides, wetlands, and community outreach.
$250,93301/01/201512/31/2016
96804601MT Department of Environmental QualityMT DEQ FY14 WPDG STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

This award provides funding to build capacity to protect manage and restore wetlands through assessment and development of a comprehensive program.
$124,50001/01/201512/31/2016
96327201Villanova UniversityVILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 2015

This project will create a living laboratory space used for community education, stormwater performance research, and product development by companies creating green technology and to integrate education and a mitigation plan on stream water quality issues within the community through creation of two vegetated roof shelters, each configured to engage the community. The shelters (school bike rack or solar charging station) are designed to link the community with green infrastructure by creating an urban hub that functions as a living laboratory to research and illustrate the performance of vegetated roof designs.
$60,00001/01/201512/31/2016
96804801Utah Geological SurveyUTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FY14 WDPG: JORDAN RIVER

This award proivdes funding to build capacity to protect, manage and restore wetalnds through assessment and development of a comprehensive program. This project will directly contribute to the Monitoring and Assessment core elements and indirectly contribute to Voluntary Restoration and Protection and Regulatory core element directives of the Utah Geological Survey's (UGS) Wetland program.
$109,56001/01/201506/30/2017
00F80801Pueblo of San ILdefonsoPUEBLO DE SAN ILEDFONSO WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The Water Pollution Control Program provides continuing support for the prevention and abatement of surface and ground water pollution from point and nonpoint sources. The tribe will continue a sampling regime to assess surface water quality on tribal lands. The data obtained will 1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water are being met; 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water; and 3) help understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$90,92001/01/201512/31/2015
00J89601Lummi Tribe of the Lummi ReservationPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Will include capacity-building activities under GAP Program and activities under Clean Water Act funded by 106 and 319 Programs. Will also develop updated Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan and spill prevention/response development effort under GAP. Work under 106 will continue existing surface and ground water quality monitoring program; maintaining Surface and Ground Water Quality Database; and development of Water Quality Standards Program. Work under 319 will include decommissioning of wells to eliminate potential sources of contamination to ground waters of Lummi Reservation and continue development of Wetland Management Program.
$260,00001/01/201512/31/2015
00J90201Chevak Native VillageINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

To build environmental capacity of the tribal community with a special project to upgrade landfill fencing.
$200,00001/01/201512/31/2015
00J92901AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA WATER AND SEWER CHALLENGE PROJECT

This cooperative agreement will evaluate alternative decentralized approaches to provide sustainable in-home water and wastewater service in rural Alaska homes.
$750,00003/01/201510/31/2017
96804901Utah Geological SurveyUTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FY14 WPDG: GREAT SALT LAKE WETLANDS

This award provides funding to build capacity to protet manage and restore wetlands, through assessment and development of a comprehensive program for the Great Salt Lake Wetlands.
$100,00001/01/201506/30/2017
96283114City of New York Dept of Parks and RecreationNYC PARKS & RECREATION URBAN WATERS SMALL GRANT

This project will take place in the Bronx and Harlem River Watersheds. The project focus will be on monitoring water quality and on the restoration of species that will help improve the water quality in the rivers and the estuary. The Community Engagement project will include a variety of trainings, a focus on economic development, an interactive social media contest, and the creation of a Bronx River Aquatic Wildlife Monitoring How-To Guide.
$60,00003/01/201508/31/2016
99156010Vermont D.O.H.FY 14/15 TITLE IV COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Vermont Department of Health's Lead Program will: 1) maintain a lead accreditation certification program for individuals and contractors; 2) audit state certified lead training providers; 3) provide lead based paint education awareness to the regulated community; and 4) Apply for Renovation Repair and Painting (RRP) Authorization under 40CFR 745. These efforts support Title IV, Section 404(g) of the Toxic Substances Control Act as well as Goal 4 of the EPA's Strategic Plan. The assigned Program Results Code is consistent with Goal 4 of the EPA's Strategic Plan.
$199,00001/01/201512/31/2016
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2,178
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2,469
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