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96160801-1Massachusetts D.E.P.MASS DEP 2012_DERA 2_CLEAN DIESEL

Per your application request dated June 20, 2012, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded to Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
for the FY 2012 DERA funding under the Mass Clean Diesel Clean Markets Program.
$-219,16609/30/2013
98527302-1Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWDNR - SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAY - FY 05

This award provides the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources with an early award for continued support of its Superfund CORE Program for Fiscal Year 2005
$-127,17006/30/2005
98063601-4Alaska Water Wastewater Management AssociationX-980636-01 SURVEYS/STUDIES/INVESTIGATIONS

Develop Partners in Healthy Drinking Water Program in Rural Alaska.
$009/30/2002
97817302-1Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 319 NON-POINT

Nonpoint Source Implementation-Section 319-This award provide funding to promote the development and implementation of a watershed-based basis plan which results in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$009/30/2008
98035301-1AK Dept of Environ ConservTERMINATION OF GRANT "PRELIMINARY FIELD REVIEW TO CONDUCT WATER QUALITY MONITORING."

Pursuant to 40 CFR 31, this amendment terminates this grant in its entirety by mutual consent of the parties. The costs incurred by the grantee in the amount of $3,989 have been repaid in full to EPA and no other payment is due.
$007/31/2000
97263300-1New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionENVIRONMENTAL RESULTS PROGRAM MODEL TO REDUCE MERCURY

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection will implement an Environmental Results Pilot Program at dental facilities in New Jersey targeting the reduction of hazardous mercury wastes. Under this program, these facilities will need to implement best practices and install special mercury collection equipment. The project will help avoid the release of mercury, which is toxic to humans and animals, thereby reducing air pollution, solid waste, and water pollution.
$009/30/2010
96077501-1Kaktovik Village (aka Barter Island)INDIAN ENVIRONMENTAL GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This new project will build environmental capacity to develop an environmental program at the Native Village of Kaktovik. The tribe will begin by increasing the internal administrative and management education for managing federal grant funds. The tribal council will be active in participating in the environmental discussions, and identify the community issues and their priorities. The Tribe will partner with the other local government and federal agencies to identify contaminated areas of concern to the Tribe. The Kaktovik environmental staff will train in preparing an environmental assessment.
$009/30/2009
99043103-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityBUNKER HILL SUPPORT - SSC FOR FY2006 TO FY2010

This Support Agency Cooperative Agreement is a vehicle for memorializing the State Cost Share requirement. See programmatic condition #1.
$009/30/2010
98317201-2City of WheelingBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Funds will be used to establish a revolving loan fund to make loans to interested eligible parties to remediate properties, eliminate barriers to redevelopment of blighted sites in and around the city, and produce remedied sites for active redevelopment and new industry growth.
$012/31/2004
97800901-2UT Department of Environmental QualityNPDES

Provide graphic, illustration design and layout service for the attached
draft version of “Celebrating 50 Years Of Clean Water in Utah” document.
Printing of 1,000 copies full-color.
$006/30/2007
83174101-4New York State Energy Research & Develop. Auth.NEW YORK STATE SCHOOL BUS RETROFIT PROGRAM-

Demonstrate and document various ways to successfully implement projects that reduce pollution from school buses through the use of EPA's verified or certified pollution reduction technology.
$006/09/2010
96639201-1Railroad Commission of TexasRAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS SUBTITLE C RESPONSE PROGRAM

These funds will provide support for the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) to continue to establish and enhance its State Environmental Response Program. Rairoad Commission of Texas staff will assist eligible applicants to determine if contamination is present, plan for cleanup if contaminants are found, and in some limited cases, assist in or oversee cleanup that leads to redevelopment. This Railroad Commission of Texas program will help accomplish the objectives of Government Performance and Results Act 4.2.3 "Healthy Communities and Ecosystems; Assessment and Cleanup of Brownfields properties. This is an Cooperative Agreement since substantial Regional involvement is involved for site eligibility determinations, review and approval of Quality Assurance documents, grant funds use oversight, tracking accomplishments for national databases, and communicating ongoing national program updates and trends
$008/31/2007
98884901-1Powell CountyBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

Agency assistance to clean-up environmental contamination at the Deer Lodge Roundhouse brownfields site in Powell County, Montana
$001/10/2005
97710101-2Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentCHEROKEE COUNTY SUPERFUND SITE EUC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative ageement provides the continuing frame work for crediting the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) with state match for remedial actions at the Cherokee County Superfund site in Cherokee County Kansas. Activities under this cooperative agreement will include placing Environmental Use Controls (EUC's) on properties on which hazardous substances (mining waste) will remain after the remedial actions at the site.
$005/31/2016
96434105-1City of SumterBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

New Award. This action approves an award in the amount of $100,000 to utilize funding to conduct cleanup planning and remediation activities to address contamination from hazardous and petroleum substances at the Old Western Auto site and carry out community involvement activities to encourage redevelopment of the site such that the future reuse of the property does not pose a threat to human health and the environment.
$009/30/2007
00243001-3Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardHAZARDOUS WASTE SITE INVENTORY PROGRAM - BROWNFIELDS SITE ASSESSMENT

The objective of this Cooperative Agreement is to identify hazardous substances and plan for response actions to address them. The objective will be met by the completion of Targeted Brownfields Assessments at selected Brownfields sites in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
$009/30/2001
99043102-2ID Dept. of Environmental QualitySUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR BUNKER HILL SUPERFUND SITE (SSC)

NO EPA Funding. This support agency Cooperative Agreement is a vehicle for providing State cost share - see Condition Number 12.
$009/30/2005
96018701-1University of WashingtonUOFW BROWNFIELD CLEANUP 06/07

Cleanup of petroleum contaminated soils will facilitate implementation of UW Tacoma's Master Plan, the goal of which is to revitalize the City of Tacoma's downtown sector and address the State's higher education needs.

This award approves the proposed work plan and budget, and provides full EPA funding for the federal share portion of approved costs.
$009/30/2007
97168901-1More Than Words/Nat. Human Invest. Network Inc.REDUCE CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING

This project will design and conduct education and outreach activities to reduce incidence of childhood lead poisoning in vulnerable populations in New England. This project proposes to develop and implement strategies for reaching the regulated entities in high risk communities inr high risk areas across New England that have the highest incidence of elevated blood lead levels in children. T
$012/04/2009
98886201-5Regents of the University of ColoradoSOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

To demonstrate the use of in-vessel composting technology to divert food waste from the landfill.
$005/31/2006
83296801-1Arkansas State UniversityDELTA CENTER FOR AGRICULTURAL WATER USE

This research will examine enzyme activities and soil elements at different depths in an agricultural ditch under constant wet/dry cycles with and without exposure to herbicides, or order to better design drainage and run-off systems.
$009/14/2009
00E72101-3City of ChrismanMODIFICATION OF WATER TREATMENT PLANT

The City of Chrisman plans to modify its Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP). The improvements will reduce excessive levels of ammonia discharged to receiving waters as well as reduce storm flows during heavy rain events. The City is under an Illinois Environmental Protection Agency consent decree to either replace or undertake substantial capital improvements to the existing WWTP. These improvements will satisfy the issues identified in the Illinois EPA consent decree.
$009/30/2013
83321201-3City of RialtoSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - WATER WELL PERCHLORATE TREATMENT WITHIN THE CITY OF RIALTO

To remove perchlorate mass by installing a well-head treatment from the aquifer near the source area.
$007/31/2011
83095901-1President and Fellows of Harvard CollegeFDP - APPLICATION OF A UNIFIED AEROSOL-CHEMISTRY-CLIMATE GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL

This research will provide an integrated assessment of the effects of global change, including changes in both climate and anthropogenic emissions, on ozone and particulate matter (PM) air quality in the U.S. from 2000 to 2050.
$003/22/2007
82967601-4Institute of Ecosystem StudiesEFFECTS OF ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION ON DENITRIFICATION ACTIVITY IN RIPARIAN GROUNDWATER-

This project will study the effects of ecosystem restoration on denitrification activity in riparian groundwater in order to improve water quality through stream restoration techniques determined to enhance microbial processes that lower nitrate-nitrogen concentrations in groundwater.
$003/31/2008
82924801-6National Safety CouncilOUTREACH AND EDUCATION IN SUPPORT OF THE CONSUMER LABELING INITIATIVE

The National Safety Council will conduct consumer outreach and education activities to encourage the importance of reading labels on household cleaners, insecticides, and pesticides to protect themselves and the environment.
$009/30/2005
98335001-3City of ClairtonBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Funds will be used to establishish a revolving loan fund to provide funding for the cleanup of brownfield sites.
$009/30/2005
99267301-6Inc. Village of ManorhavenENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION PROJECT

This project is for the partial funding of a large and much more costly habitat restoration project at a Nature Preserve on Sheets Creek in the Village of Manorhaven, NY. The project will improve habitat, reduce non-point source pollution, and provide educational and recreational opportunities for the community.
$012/31/2006
83607201-1New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY11 EXCHANGE NETWORK - NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

This project will streamline the data collection, data normalization, and analysis process needed to prepare a bi-annual dataset for Integrated Reporting.
$009/30/2013
97289401-1Cayuga County Water & Sewer AuthorityFFY 04 APPROPRIATIONS ACT GRANT - CAYUGA COUNTY

A Grant Agreement to assist Cayuga County with improvements to the water quality of Voughts Creek and Little Sodus Bay by reducing sewage borne pathogens, and preventing nutrient and sediment from being directly discharged to the creek and bay. The Authority will construct a conveyance sewer to convey wastewater from the Village of Fair Haven to the Wayne County Wastewater Treatment Plant.
$006/30/2006
00052006-1Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel ReservKALISPEL PPG

Maintain and expand field water quality monitoring, collect and analyze water samples, develop and implement Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) implementation plans, outreach education on watershed and ecosystem management in coordination with the University of Washington Extension Program. Riparian/shoreline restoration implementation. Continue the implementation of water quality/watershed management planning and assessing water resource issues. Wetland restoration planning and development. Provide input to other tribal departments' planning efforts. Continue to communicate with state and federal environmental agencies.
This award was cancelled (no funds expended). All documents and related funding were transferred to BG00052005.
$009/30/2011
97466103-1Lower Neuse Basin AssociationLOWER NEUSE BASIN ASSOCIATION

This project will promote the coordination of a pilot project to demostrate an innovative approach to the reduction of water pollution. These funds are to support demonstration project sponsored by The Lower Neuse Basin Association for the development of a market infraestructure and organizational trading mechanisms, with associated inter-local agreements as necessary, for implementation of a market-based total nitrogen (TN) trading program for the Neuse River Basin in NC.
$007/31/2004
98869601-2CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentCOLORADO DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH & ENV. / SHATTUCK IN-KIND

Denver Radium ShattuckCredit Cooperative Agreement
$009/30/2007
83184001-1Bd of Regents Univ of WisconsinFDP - MODELING EFFECTS OF LAND USE & TECHNOLOGY CHANGE ON FUTURE AIR QUALITY IN THE UPPER MIDWEST

The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that smart growth land use strategies can significantly improve regional air quality throughout the upper Midwestern US over the period of 25 to 50 years.
$012/31/2004
82877001-7Purdue UniversityMIDWEST HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RESEARCH CENTER -

To conduct basic and applied research and provide technology transfer and community outreach that address hazardous substance problems, focusing on integrated remediation using managed natural systems.
$008/31/2007
83390601-1Rose-Hulman Institute of TechnologyAGRICULTURE FOR OVERPOPULATED REGIONS

This project will develop a low cost hydroponic system constructed from commercially available PVC with supporting feasibility and merit documentation. A hydroponic system will grow lettuce using three different growing mediums as the statistical control. The yield, quality, and growth rate will be measured. This evaluation will serve in improving the current model of the hydroponic system in preparation for the next step of the development process.
$008/14/2009
98364501-2Self Reliance FoundationENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - ASTHMA AND THE ENVIRONMENT

This action changes the EPA project officer from Agnes White to Pete Bentley and adds Administrative Condition Number 7 to the grant agreement.

ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
$009/30/2003
96116901-1Northeast Recycling Council IncTOWARD ZERO WASTE AS A PRACTICAL STRATEGY

Through this project, NERC will conduct four zero waste pilot projects at construction or renovation sites. The pilots will implement source reduction, reuse, and recycling with the goal of moving towards zero waste and achieving a minimum diversion of 50%.
An additional element of the project will be used building material market development by creating informational materials for architects, contractors, and do-it-yourselfers about the benefits of using salvaged materials, as well as the benefits of “Restores” and Materials Exchanges for obtaining used building materials.
$012/31/2012
97986701-3City of East Palo AltoBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

At the request of the City of East Palo Alto, this assistance amendment is being closed out. This assistance amendment decreases the federal amount by $500,000. Per letter dated July 23, 2008, this assistance amendment is being terminated for convenience by both the Environmental Protection Agency and the City East Palo Alto. The recipients match is also reduced by $100,000.
$006/30/2008
00E79201-1City of IndianapolisCITY OF INDIANAPOLIS DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS-ENGINEERING

The proposed project entails repair and rehabilitation of structurally defective manholes to restore their structural integrity and reduce infiltration and inflow into the sewer system. The project area for Basin 49 is located in Lawrence Township.
$009/30/2010
98486299-3City of JacksonvilleBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Decrease in Funds; City of Jacksonville has opted to transition their BCRLF funds to the authority under the new Brownsfields Law. The transitioning amount is $500,000.
$009/30/2004
97070602-2ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO COEUR D'ALENE BASIN COST SHARE

This cooperative agreement identifies the categories of in-kind and credit activities the State of Idaho can perform with non-federal funds to satisfy its 10% cost-share obligations pursuant to the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ)/Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex, Operable Unit 3, Coeur d'Alene Basin State Superfund Contract.
$008/31/2015
83518601-1Mississippi State UniversityLAND USE PRACTICES TO REDUCE POLLUTANT TRANSPORT

The objective of this research is to determine the role of best management practices (BMPs) and land use decisions in affecting water quality in the face of extreme events from a changing climate regime. The working hypothesis is that the efficiency of BMPs at reducing sediment and pollutant yield will decrease with increasing storm magnitude.
$003/31/2015
96031301-1Washington Department of EcologyWDOE COST SHARE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement provides the administrative mechanism for recognizing the credit and in-kind service activities the State of Washington will perform with non-federal funds to satisfy its 10% cost share requirement pursuant to the Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex, Operable Unit 3, Recreation Areas along the Spokane River State Superfund Contractdated 8/31/2005. This agreement does not provide EPA funding. See programmatic term and condition #1.
$005/31/2016
00T28901-1City of Sutter CreekBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This cooperative agreement supports the cleanup of the Historic Knight's Foundry in Sutter Creek, CA. During the life of the project, the City will also involve nearby residents and other stakeholders by holding regular community meetings and sharing written information.

This action provides full federal funding in the amount of $600,000.
$010/31/2012
97373501-0MD Dept of the EnvironmentICIS DATA CLEAN UP & MANAGEMENT

Maryland Department of the Environment is proposing to clean up data in both the Integrated Compliance Information System (ICIS) and the State Environmental Enterprise Management System "Tools for Environmental Management and Protection Organization" (TEMPO) software system to ensure that the data in the respective systems are consistent for improved reporting and to meet the new data requirements for ICIS.
$011/30/2011
98793401-1Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentCHEROKEE COUNTY YARD REPLACEMENTS

This cooperative agreement provides a frame work for crediting the Kansas Department of Health and Environment on future state match requirements for remedial actions at the Cherokee County site. Activities under this cooperative agreement will include excavating soils contaminated above action levels with lead,cadmium and zinc from past mining and smelting operations that are near and around residences and filling the excavated areas with clean backfill material. Through this cooperative agreement the KDHE will seek to address any residential impacts that were not previously known or that originate in the future, pending the implementation of an institutional controls program.
$006/30/2011
00J62601-1Stevens Village CouncilINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Stevens Village will conduct the following work and activities to establish an environmental program and build basic capacity: 1) Programmatic and Administrative Development and Capacity Building; 2) Conduct Tribal Environmental Inventory; 3) Develop Tribal Environmental Plan; and 4) Solid Waste Management Planning and Implementation activities.
$009/30/2013
96688801-0Northwest Arkansas Conservation AuthorityNORTHWEST ARKANSAS CONS. AUTH. REG.L WTR TREAT. PLT. ENG. FINAL DESIGN.

The project will develop a wastewater treatment system capable of supporting the Northwest Arkansas Region and provide for cleaner and healthier streams in the Illinois river basin. The Northwest Arkansas Conservation Authority (NACA) is currently formed by the ten cities. These earmark funds will provide for a portion of the engineering and final design of phase one of the NACA conveyance system. The award funds will not be used for any construction.
$009/30/2010
97866301-1City of AlamosaCITY OF ALAMOSA STAG - SPECIAL PROJECT

The proposed project includes construction of a new centralized water treatment facility and installation of a new raw water transmission system to upgrade the city of Alamosa, Colorado water supply. The new water treatment plant will remove arsenic from the existing drinking water sources. The purpose of the Arsenic Treatment Project is to improve water quality, connect the City of Alamosa, Price Subdivision and the East Alamosa Water and Sanitation District, and comply with the EPA Arsenic Rule standards.
$009/30/2012
96677701-1Historic Downtown Galveston Partnership (HDGP)dbaHISTORIC DWTN GALVESTON PTRNSHIP(HDGP(DBA)

The Historic Downtown Galveston Partnership , whose mission is to help restore economic vitality and physical attractiveness of Galveston's central business district is going to promote Environmental Eductation through their project entitled 'Travel Partners'. The Travel Partners project will engage children of the middle school age in school activities involving environmental activities. Children from the Galveston area school district will promote a healthy environment by encouraging family and friends to walk, vanpool, or ride the train to work. Travel Partners is a earth-saving environmental education fundraising project for the school. Teachers will be trained by the "Drive Clean Across Texas" curriculum and will then teach their students how to reduce their carbon foot-print by using alternative forms of transportation. The Travel Partners competition is a simple, exciting way to raise money for the school by "selling" environmental stewardship instead of selling candy bars.
$012/09/2010
99160101-4Houlton Band of Maliseet IndiansCONTINUING INVESTIGATIONS OF A PEER REVIEW PROGRAM.

This assistance amendment extends the duration period based on your application dated September 26, 2002. The terms and conditions are being revised.
$009/30/2003
96129601-3Maine D.E.P.INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL COMPONENT OF THE REMEDIAL ACTION AT THE EASTLAND WOOLEN MILL SUPERFUND SITE

The Maine DEP will develop and implement on selected properties the Institutional Controls Component of the Remedial Action at the Eastland Woolen Mill Superfund Site in Corinna, Maine to limit groundwater use. The State costs associated with this project are to be applied to the MEDEP's 10% cost share on superfund site activities.
$009/30/2015
97173801-3City of Manchester Health Dept.MULTILINGUA ASTHMA EDUCATION AND OUTREACH PROGRAM

The Multilingua Asthma Education and Outreach Program through the City of Manchester Health Department is being funded to improve the health of individuals, families, and the community through disease prevention, health promotion, and protection from environmental threats, especially preventing exposure to asthma triggers in mulit-lingual and high risk communities. Specifically, the goals are to reduce environmental asthma triggers in 40 Manchester homes with asthmatic youth through descreasing the number of youth exposed to environmental tobacco smoke in the home, increase utilization of dust mite covers, and descrease the number of homes with pest infestation issues. Long-term outcomes of this program include decreasing school days missed due to asthma, descreasing the number of unscheduled doctor visits due to asthma, reducing asthma-related emergency room visits, and reducing the number of asthma-related hospitalizations.
$009/30/2012
96097901-1Stevens Village CouncilINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This proposal developed by Stevens Village Tribal Council has four primary components: 1) Environmental program development and capacity building; 2) Conduct a Tribal Environmental Inventory; 3) Develop a Tribal Environmental Plan; and 4) Develop and update Tribal policies and procedures.
$009/30/2010
83489801-1New York Univ. School of MedicineINTRA-URBAN AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS

This project investigates the link between cardiovascular disease emergency department visits with temporal and spatial variation in PM constituents and gaseous co-pollutants, especially those related to local combustion sources such as traffic and shipping ports. Two data analysis approaches consider variations of air pollution in both time and space. Air pollutants measurements (PM2.5 mass, elemental constituents of PM2.5, elemental carbon, NO2, O3, and SO2) are from 155 air quality monitors scattered throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
$008/31/2011
98782201-2Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES STATE MATCH ORONOGO-DUENWEG MINING BELT SITE

This Cooperative Agreement provides for in-kind services by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to meet their 10 percent match requirement for residential yard soil remediation at the site under Operable Units 2/3. The MDNR shall perform remediation at residences that previously denied access to EPA for cleanup. Activities will include characterization sampling and soil removal and replacement. Additionally, the MDNR shall perform a phosphate treatment pilot project at ten properties to determine the costs associated with treatment.
$012/30/2010
97624201-3New Orleans Public SchoolsTOOLS FOR SCHOOLS - INDOOR AIR QUALITY PROJECT

Objective is to implement the Tools for Schools program at all school facilities located in the New Orleans Public School system in order to develop and maintain a healthy indoor environment for the students and staff.
$004/29/2005
97106801-1Mystic Aquarium & Institute for ExplorationPROTECTING THE JEWEL IN OUR BACKYARD: THE LI SOUND

This grant is being awarded to support training for 30 5th and 6th grade teachers in New Haven, CT schools on critial issues facing CT marine ecosystems.
$011/30/2005
96040701-3ID Dept. of Environmental QualityVOLUNTARY AGRICULTURAL DIESEL RETROFIT PROGRAM

This grant project will allow Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ) to replace older (pre-1996) operating heavy-duty diesel engines used in agricultural operations in the Boise MSA with new EPA-certified engines.
$009/30/2009
97312401-2DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSEDIMENT AND STORMWATER MANAGEMENT TRAINING

The project is for the development and integration of a two day certification course in Sediment/Stormwater Plan Design and the development of tools and delivery via DNREC's web site of the Sediment and Stormwater Program Toolbox.
$003/31/2007
97647101-1Osage Basin Wastewater DistrictAR - WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY PROJECT

The project consists of the construction of a wastewater treatment plant and connecting interceptor mains to receive and treat the wastewater from the City of Tontitown and Highfill. Both the cities are responsible for the construction and operation of the collection systems within their respective cities.
$009/30/2008
00J86201-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNORTH RIDGE ESTATES OU1 CERCLA REMEDIAL ACTION COST SHARE SACA

This cooperative agreement identifies the categories of in-kind and credit eligible activities the State of Oregon, Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) can perform with non-federal funds to satisfy its 10% cost-share obligations pursuant to the ODEQ/EPA North Ridge Estates Site, Operable Unit #1 (OU1), State Superfund Contract.
$012/31/2018
99043104-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityBUNKER HILL BOX COST-SHARE AGREEMENT 2010 - 2015

The purpose of this Cooperative Agreement is to identify the categories of activities the State of Idaho may perform with non-federal funds or in-kind services to satisfy its obligation to match 10% of federal remedial action costs incurred at the Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex Superfund Site, Operable Units 1 and 2 (the "Box") pursuant to the Box State Superfund Cooperative Agreement. 40 CFR Part 35.6815(a)(1) requires the State to enter into a support agency Cooperative Agreement with EPA if they plan to use in-kind services to meet its cost-share obligation.
$009/30/2015
96140001-0Connecticut D.E.P.MONITOR/MAINTAIN FILTER SYSTEMS AT DURHAM MEADOWS NPL SITE

Per your application request dated August 26, 2010, the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CT DEP) is seeking credit for response action costs it will be incurring to address contaminated residential wells in the Merriam Manufacturing Company (MMC) Study Area of the Durham Meadows NPL site. The State costs associated with this project are to be applied to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection�s 10% Cost Share.
$009/30/2017
83457701-1Harvard School of Public HealthRISK ASSESSMNT IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITY

Project Transfer and Modification of the Project and Budget Period.
$008/31/2010
00E00532-1Ohio Department of Natural ResourcesNORTH BASS ISLAND HABITAT RESTORATION

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 111-88. Specifically, this project restores large areas of upland vegetative habitat on North Bass Island, a park in the Ohio State Parks system. This project will improve island woodland habitat, which will benefit both wildlife and park visitors. Approximately 68,000 bare root seedlings will be planted at a rate of 680 trees per acre. One-thousand one gallon container trees will also be planted on approximately 100 acres by volunteers. The restoration project will accelerate the Island's return to pre-agricultural conditions. Once complete, this project will be highlighted within a future issue of the Ohio State Parks magazine.
$012/31/2013
00057101-3Chehalis Confederated Tribes

To update surface water monitoring strategy, and continue ground water monitoring and data analysis.
$006/30/2003
97259901-2Camden County Municipal Utilities AuthorityDEVELOPMENT OF INVENTORY OF PRIVATELY OWNED PCB TRANSFORMERS

The Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority (CCMUA) will develop an inventory of privately owned polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) electrical transformers within its sewer service area in Camden County, New Jersey. It will also develop a strategy to encourage safe disposal of the equipment. This effort is part of an overall plan to minimize discharges of PCBs to the environment. PCBs are colorless compounds that have been used as coolants and lubricants in transformers, capacitors, and other electrical equipment because they don't burn easily and are good insulators, however they are known to cause cancer in animals and have adverse effects on humans.
$008/31/2009
97733801-0Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesORONOGO DUENWEG OU1- JASPER COUNTY STATE CREDIT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement provides a frame work for crediting the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) with state match for remedial actions at the Oronogo-Duenweg Mining Belt (OU1) Superfund site in Jasper County, Missouri. This is a no federal funds award and documents credit earned by MDNR.
$010/31/2016
97274001-1Workforce Invst Bd of Herkimer Madison Oneida CtySCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP

This is an innovative pilot effort to provide hands-on interactive programming for grade 6 - 9 students in traditionally under served areas of Utica. Students will learn about local Brownfields sites and the interventions required to makes the sites again useful to local communities. The project supports efforts to increase the number of young people from disadvantaged families pursue careers in environmental science.
$006/30/2006
97704501-2Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentCHEROKEE COUNTY CONSTRUCTION OVERSIGHT

This no federal funds Cooperative Agreement provides a frame work for crediting the Kansas Department of Health and Environment on future state match requirements for remedial actions at the Cherokee County site. Activities under this agreement will include providing inspectors and engineers to conduct daily oversight of the construction project to verify the construction contractor is properly constructing the remedial action per the approved design. The construction inspector (s) will document and submit variances if needed and will contact EPA and KDHE to discuss discrepancies if any are noted.
$012/31/2015
00E81601-2Chicago Public SchoolsCITY OF CHICAGO BOARD OF EDUCATION CLEAN BUS FOR KIDS PROGRAM

Section 793 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 authorizes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to support grant and loan programs administered by the eligible recipients that are designed to achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions. The EPA has received funding to award Assistance Agreements under the National Clean Diesel Funding Assistance Program. Through this project, the Chicago Board of Education will reduce children�s exposure to diesel exhaust by retrofitting diesel engines and encouraging the use of clean fuel additives.
$003/31/2011
00J20401-1ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ LUST PREVENTION

The federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 required that States receiving funding for Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program activities via the federal Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Trust Fund mechanism perform certain activities, under that portion of the new legislation which was designated as the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA). As well as the previous federal and state UST requirements, the State of Idaho is undertaking the following activities: 1) Continue to coordinate efforts with the Environmental Protection Agency to obtain State Program Approval, 2) Tank facilities will be inspected, 3) Provide educational outreach and technical assistance to increase awareness and promote compliance with stake holders and the general public, 4) and Database and program management.
$006/30/2011
83091201-3Syracuse University Main CampusDEVELOPMENT OF ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF POLLUTANTS ON ENV. SYST.-

To develop, test, and conduct preliminary research into the design, testing and evaluation of a new water monitoring system for urban watershed in upstate New York. During the no cost extension, the data will be analyzed and the final work completed.
$006/26/2009
96907101-2City of CudahyWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $409,700. This project will assist the City of Cudahy in the rehabilitation of its sewer system. The objective of this project is the inspection and needed repair of up to 13 miles of vitrified clay pipe in order to reduce the risk to the public health by preventing spills and avoiding potential contamination of ground water, surface water and potable water supplies.
$012/31/2007
98336001-4City of McKeesportBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Award of $500,000 in support of the Brownfield Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund. The funds will be used to make loans to borrowers for cleanup of hazardous substance contamination at Brownfield sites.
$003/31/2006
99601705-1Jicarilla Apache TribePESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT AND APPLICATION CERTIFICATION

Goals include administer comprehensive pesticide enforcement program, ensure proper use of pesticides, analyze pesticides samples and take appropriate enforcement action for pesticides violations.
$009/30/2005
98486799-1City of CharlotteBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund
$009/30/2004
97315501-1Urban Redevelopment Auth of PittsburghBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT

Funds will be used to inventory, characterize, conduct planning and outreach, and Phase I and Phase II assessments of brownfield sites contaminated with petroleum in the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
$010/31/2005
83251601-3NSF InternationalLABORATORY ACCREDITATION STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT

To assure there will always be the best standards available to further the goal of a single national laboratory accreditation system.
$012/30/2009
96932801-1Pyramid Lake Paiute TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - REGIONAL TRIBAL OPERATIONS COMMITTEE (RTOC)

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $200,000 for the recipient to plan, develop and establish the capacity to co-chair the Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC), which is comprised of federally-recognized Tribal and EPA-Region 9 representatives. Specific objectives include coordinating and serving as co-chair of quarterly RTOC meetings; coordinating tribal caucuses and new tribes orientation; coordinating with workgroup leaders in meetings and conference calls; facilitating information exchange between EPA and Tribes; and following up on RTOC action items and providing legal consultation and web support for the RTOC.
$009/30/2007
97817302-1Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 319 NON-POINT

Nonpoint Source Implementation-Section 319-This award provide funding to promote the development and implementation of a watershed-based basis plan which results in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$009/30/2008
83136101-1Grand Portage Band of ChippewaENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE GRANT PROGRAM

The goal of the National Environmental Information Exchange Grant Program is to advance the Evironmental Information Exchange Network (Network) and State and other partners data integration efforts.
$004/11/2005
98785401-2Iowa Lakes Community CollegeSUSTAINABLE INTERACTIVE MODULES FOR THE MIDWEST

This project will involve college faculty creating a sustainable energy education center. The goal is to deliver sustainable energy education across Iowa through a web based energy seminar that will be held to teach naturalists how to deliver energy education modules to students. The College faculty will provide curriculums to incorporate into lesson plans. Naturalists will give middle school students guest lectures about sustainable energy.

This amendment is to extend the budget and propject period until June 30, 2009, due to the grant selection process and the school year personnel involved.
$006/30/2009
98066201-1City of PortlandCITY OF PORTLAND - BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND (BCRLF) PILOT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT.

Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund (BCRLF) Pilot Cooperative Agreement. The project is to establish a new loan product that is not currently available to many brownfield property owners within the city. The BCRLF will provide ap financing to assist brownfield property owners overcome financial impediments to moving ahead with redevelopment plans.
$009/30/2004
97812401-1CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentCDPHE/VBI70 CREDIT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This Credit Cooperative Agreement identifies the activities the State of Colorado will perform with non-federal funds to satisfy its 10% cost share requirements at the Vasquez Boulevard/I-70 Superfund Site.
$012/31/2007
96941501-1City of Sutter CreekBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This cooperative agreement will be used to conduct assessment work at the Historic Blacksmith shop in Sutter Creek, California. The site is contaminated with Hazardous Substances. The grant recipient will conduct Phase II assessment work, prepare a Cleanup Plan, and conduct community outreach activities.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $200,000. Pre-award costs have been approved back to August 1, 2008.
$011/30/2011
97699801-1Ouachita Parish Sheriff's OfficeREMOVE ASBESTOS FROM ABANDONED HOSPITAL COMPLEX

This is a brownfields hazardous cleanup assistance agreement because it will assist Ouachita Parish, a unit of government, in cleaning up a brownfields site, which is in accordance with the Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2002 and EPA Brownfields Program national guidance. This hazardous cleanup assistance agreement will enable Ouachita Parish to clean up a brownfields site and conduct meaningful public involvement regarding the site cleanup and reuse. This cooperative agreement will also assist Ouachita Parish in obtaining the information and tools needed to carry out their responsibilities in connection with the assessment and cleanup of brownfields properties for the purpose of moving properties towards reuse/redevelopment.
$009/30/2007
97854801-1WY Department of HealthWY DEPT. OF HEALTH - LEAD

This grant is being awarded to the State of Wyoming Department of Health for development of a Lead-based paint program which will meet the requirements of Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) Title IV. This grant will focus on the following elements for development of a lead program: enabling legislation, adopting regulationd for implementation, develop and revise as needed work practive standards for the conduct of lead based paint activities associated with inspections, risk assessments, and abatement, develop and/or adopt lead hazard standards for lead in dust, soil, and paint, as well as other assess the requirements fo making application to EPA for Lead program authorization under TSCA 404.
$009/30/2009
98291303-1Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardAIR TOXICS PILOT PROJECT

Air Toxics Monitoring at 2 sites in Puerto Rico: Bayamon and Barceloneta. Sampling to help establish trends and evaluate the effectiveness of hazardous air pollutant reduction strategies.

This is a non-monetary award. $97,884 will be provided as EPA in-kind assistance for contractual services. A procurement request will be completed and submitted to the EPA contracting officer for these services once contract prices are negotiated and finalized.
$009/30/2004
98333901-1Township of NevilleBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Award of $500,000 in support of the Brownfield Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund. The funds will be used to make loans to borrowers for cleanup of hazardous substance contamination at Brownfield sites.
$009/30/2005
97223310-1South Street Seaport MuseumFISH AND WATER ADVISORIES COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve environmental and public health by increasing awareness of community residents in the Harlem section of Manhattan, New York on the dangers of contaminants in local fish, and by increasing community involvement in local fisheries facing climate change. The South Street Seaport Museum will educate the community members on the causes and effects of the water pollution in their local rivers; how contaminants, such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), Cadmium and Mercury, accumulate in the food chain; and the impact of climate change on natural resources of the local ecosystem.
$005/31/2012
83068201-2New York Univ. School of MedicineBIOMARKER APPLICATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT OF CR(VI)-

The objective of this study is to validate a number of biomarkers in humans (erythrocytes, lymphocytes, plasma and DNA crosslinks) with a broad range of chromium [Cr(VI)] exposures and apply those validated markers in human populations exposed to Cr(VI) at low levels for making direct and reliable health assessments (REVISED REISSUE MODIFICATION OF THE BUDGET/PROJECT PERIOD).
$006/30/2007
83492601-1City & County of DenverBROWNFIELDS AREA-WIDE PLANNING PILOT FOR CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER

The project provides funding for the City and County of Denver to conduct area-wide planning of the South Platte River Greenway area to inform brownfield assessment, cleanup, and reuse activities. The project will focus on a quarter-mile distance from the river corridor which flows 10.9 miles through Denver City's boundaries.
$010/31/2012
97702301-1Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMDNR STATE MATCH MADISON COUNTY OPERABLE UNIT #03

This no federal funds cooperative agreement identifies the activities to be conducted by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) to meet its cost share requirement at the Madison County Operable Unit #3 Superfund site. MDNR will be performing engineering, surveying and design activities at the soil repository in order to allow for proper placement of contaminated soil, which will reduce erosion of contaminates.
$010/31/2015
97308601-1S. Weir Mitchell Elementary SchoolCAMPUS PARK INITIATIVE

Funds will be used to enhance the school's Campus Park by using the funds for the creation of a demonstration project to teach and provide students with an environmental education experience designed to increase their awareness and knowledge about water quality and non-point source runoff and provide the opportunity to benefit their watershed and improve the water quality of the Schuykill River.
$010/31/2004
83469301-1UMDNJ-School of Public HealthJOINT US/UK RESEARCH PROGRAM:RAMNUC

This research will investigate whether manufactured nanoparticles (MNPs) at the point of exposure will substantially differ in physicochemical and toxicological properties from MNPs at the source and whether this difference will significant impact MNPs� bioavailability and toxicity.
$001/31/2011
98854501-3SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSTATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA REMEDIAL ACTION CREDIT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR THE GILT EDGE SUPERFUND SITE

Rebudgeting (Major >10%); Time Extension (Amendment); This Change Request increases the credit ceiling of this agreement by $2,000,000 and extends the project and budget period to 11/11/2015.
$011/11/2015
00J42901-1Tangirnaq Native Village (formerly Lesnoi Village)TANGIRNAQ NATIVE VILLAGE IGAP PEER ASSISTANCE

Tangirnaq Native Village through its Kodiak Island Tribal Environmental Network will provide environmental capacity building peer assistance to Tribes on Kodiak Island. Assistance will include training on grant writing and management, bookkeeping and accounting support, and one strategic planning session.
$009/30/2012
98713901-1Crowder CollegeCROWDER COLLEGE - SOLAR BIKERAYCE

This amendment represents a decrease in funds and termination of the agreement based on recipients failure to comply with the terms and conditons of the grant.
$006/30/2003
97035701-4Hoonah Indian Association (IRA)DEVELOPMENT OF A TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PLAN.

Continue to build environmental capacity of staff and focus on financial system, develop environmental health outreach tools, develop Environmental Health Plan, and explore funding for environmental health concerns.
$012/31/2005
83131001-2NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE GRANT PROGRAM-

The goal of the Environmental Information Exchange Grant Program is to advance the Environmental Information Exchange Network (Network) and State and other partner's data integration efforts.
$003/31/2007
83069001-4Center for Clean Air PolicyANALYZING THE EFFECTS OF BY-PRODUCT SYNERGY AND SUPPORTING INDUSTRY PARTICIPATION

The project will assess the environmental benefits of the reuse and recycling of industrial wastes by using synergy demonstration and support participation by small companies.
$012/31/2005
96031801-2PUD No. 1 of Mason CountyHOODSPORT WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

Construction of 4100 feet of 12" water mains, 75,000 gallon reservoir, and booster station is in accordance with the Appropriations Act FY2001 (PL 106-377) congressional earmark for the Hoodsport Water System, Mason County, Washington for drinking water improvements.
$006/30/2010
00J00501-1City of BremertonWETLANDS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

Project proposed: “City will proactively address development and implement a new approach to wetland protection in the region.” The pieces of the project are to assess wetland functions based on ecological services and characterize wetlands to prioritize protection. Two of the proposed project components (wetlands monitoring and assessment and restoration and projection plan) were recommended for later development. Those aspects of the project could be done after the initial work to generate local support for integrated wetland program planning in connection with economic development.
$006/30/2011
98825701-8MT Department of Environmental QualityUPPER TENMILE CREEK MINING AREA AND BASIN MINING AREA NPL SITES

This non-monetary Cooperative Agreement between EPA and the State of Montana provides the programmatic terms and conditions under which the State's reclamation/remedial activities at the Basin Creek Mine will be eligible for credit against the State's cost share pursuant to Section 104(c)(5) of CERCLA at the Upper Tenmile Creek Mining Area NPL Site and the Basin Mining Area NPL Site.
$006/30/2015
98800703-1Montana State University-Bozeman-TaylorPOLLUTION PREVENTION INFORMATION NETWORK

To support States and tribal level pollution prevention programs that address thereduction of pollutants across all enviromental media: air, land and water. $165,499 Carried Forward from Assistance Agreement No. NP98800702-6.
$009/30/2006
97814901-1City of Belle FourcheBELLE FOURCHE ASSESSMENT

This award provides funds to inventory, characterize, assess and conduct planning and community involvement related to brownfields sites.
$012/31/2009
97817301-1Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaTURTLE MOUNTAIN SECTION 319

The long term goal of the project is to protect surface and ground water and identify program components that abate impairment from NPS pollution and prevent significant threats to water quality. The project will address on Identification of impaired or threatened water and watershed. This project will promote the development and implementation of watershed-based plan which results in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$009/30/2007
83524101-2Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentFY12 EXCHANGE NETWORK-KANSAS DEPT HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, partnering with other states, proposes to develop a Cloud-Based Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS)/Next Generation module for compliance monitoring data.
$009/30/2015
97108301-1Maine State Planning OfficeME STATE FOOD WASTE COMPOST INITIATIVE

Maine DEP will be conducting this project to determine if transfer station collection of food waste from institutions and restaurants is a workable model for food waste collection in a rural areas.
$009/30/2005
96083702-1Akiachak Native CommunityAKIACHAK RP

This program will include timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful opportunities for public involvement; mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses; and, maintain and make available to the public a record of sites addressed and proposed to be addressed by the state cleanup program.
Full EPA funding is provided.
$009/30/2010
83608601-1Rhode Island D.E.M.FY11 EXCHANGE NETWORK RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management proposes to utilize a Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Rule (CROMERR) compliant web portal; and establish an online permitting application. Upgrade to Node 2.0 and existing WQX and FRS flows is schedule to be completed in late 2011.
$009/30/2013
00J02001-3Village of IliamnaINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Iliamna Village Council will: 1) strengthen its environmental program capacity by hiring an environmental director, reviewing and updating overall policy and procedure, and training and conference opportunities, 2) develop a Lake Iliamna Fresh Water Seal Education & Habitat Protection Program through research and interviews, 3) build capacity around baseline water quality sampling and will seek training, technical assistance to complete sampling and 4) will increase solid waste management capacity by improving capacity to recycle.

This award approves the workplan and budget submitted with the application, dated August 7, 2009, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE INDIRECT COSTS, which are being excluded from the approved budget. The indirect cost rate agreement on file with EPA expired 9/30/2005. The recipient may request a budget revision to include the indirect costs after an indirect cost rate agreement is signed and submitted to the Grants Specialist.
$009/30/2011
97466903-2Gas Technology InstituteAGRICULTURAL MIXED WASTE BIOREFINERY USING THERMAL-DEPOLYMERIZATION (TDP) TECHNOLOGY

NEW AWARD - The goal of this demonstration project is to improve air quality and dispose of organic waste that might otherwise pollute the earth and to produce fuel, power and industrial chemicals in an environmentally friendly manner. This demonstration will be performed in Enterprise, Alabama.
$003/01/2006
98291404-1VI Dept. of Planning and Natural ResourcesSEWAGE INFRASTRUCTURE STUDY

The proposed project will perform an accounting of the public sewage system hydraulic losses and gains through monitoring the flows through the major pump stations and force mains utilizing a portable ultrasonic flow meter. This will be compared to the flows at the treatment plants to monitor overall system losses/gains. The project will also demonstate that through the installation of key plumbing tie-ins at the major stations that significant system bypassing can be avoided, utilizing existing manpower and equipment. It will also install new radio frequency transducers to replace the current level control systems at the three major pump stations.
$009/30/2005
83221501-1Research Foundation of CUNYCONCENTRATIONS AND ENANTIOMERIC FRACTIONS OF CHLORDANE IN SEDIMENTS ON LONG ISLAND SOUND

To elucidate the mechanisms that may have caused the chlordane concentration decline in sediments in USA; simulate isotope depth-profiles to assess relative importance of sedimentation and sediment mixing on chlordane concentration changes in LIS surficial sediments;determine the chlordane input history to LIS;concentrations of chlorinated pesticides(Endosulfan I&II, Endosulfan sulfate, Endrin) in fractions 2 and 3 of floricil column fractions will also be examined."
$001/31/2008
82901801-1University of Rhode IslandNORTH ATLANTIC COAST COOPERATIVE ECOSYSTEMS STUDY UNIT

Small Grant - To develop a program of research, technical assistance and education that involves the biological, physical, social and cultural sciences needed to address resource issues and interdisciplinary problem-solving at multiple scales and in an ecosystem context.
$004/06/2005
00J05101-1Cascadia Region Green Bldg CouncilMATERIALS CONSERVATION: DESIGN, USE, REUSE

The purpose of this project is to provide a comprehensive and widely accessible resource to accelerate advanced materials conservation in the building industry. Project will consolidate best practices from leading-edge waste management programs across the country and provide pragmatic, research-based strategies for developing an endgame materials conservation and reuse plan.
$012/31/2011
98352301-4VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - GREENWOOD CHEMICAL (RD OU4)

Funds will be used for the Greenwood Chemical (Remedial Design Operable Unit Four). Operable Unit Four encompasses the deep soils on-site.
$36809/30/2006
83409101-1Research Foundation of SUNY BinghamtonSENSOR ARRAY FOR ENGINEERED NANOPARTICLES

The objective of this work is to develop nanocavity sensor arrays for the isolation, detection, and quantitation of engineered nanoparticles and distinguish these from naturally occurring nanomaterials in complex environmental matrices.
$39911/30/2012
97180501-1City of AttleboroDISPOSAL OF WASTE FROM SHPACK LANDFILL

This project involves the disposal of radium and uranium-contaminated material excavated from the Shpack Landfill Superfund Site, located in Attleboro and Norton, Massachusetts.
$1,00012/31/2013
98379101-1Herring Run Watershed AssocTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - 68TH STREET LANDFILL

Funds will be used to obtain a technical advisor to provide assistance in reviewing technical documents related to the cleanup of the 68th Street Dump in Baltimore, Maryland.
$1,23505/04/2005
83238801-0Assoc of Occupational and Environmental ClinicsNATIONAL PEDIATRIC ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALITY UNIT MEETING

SMALL GRANT- To sponsor two international PESHU representatives to the National Pediatric Environmental Health Speciality Unit Meeting
$1,37004/30/2004
00E01308-2Wadesville-Blairsville Rgnl Swr DistrWADESVILLE RSD

The grantee will use this funding to revise the Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) which addresses wastewater collection and treatment options for the area. This project is currently on the Priority Project List (PPL) for a State Revolving Fund (SRF) loan from the state. However, the PER must be revised in order to obtain the SRF funds which, in addition to the remaining earmark funding, will be used for construction.
$1,54011/30/2014
98127601-5Town of BerlinBROWNFIELDS CLEAN UP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Brownfields Clean Up Revolving Loan Fund
$1,58109/30/2007
98127601-5Town of BerlinBROWNFIELDS CLEAN UP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Brownfields Clean Up Revolving Loan Fund
$1,58109/30/2007
00344015-0DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlDE DNREC WQMP 604B

This grant is to fund the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's (DE DNREC) Water Quality Management Planning program to improve impaired water and protect unimpaired waters across the state. Federal funds in the amount of $100,000 are contingent upon availability.
$1,60309/30/2015
97631901-0Woodward CountyFIRE HYDRANT PLOTTING CHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION (CEPP) PROGRAM

Pilot to plot all fire hydrants in Woodward County, Oklahoma
$1,99509/30/2004
97890401-0Soil and Water Conservation Districts of MT Inc.SWCDMI WATERSHED SYMPOSIUM

This grant will support the planning and coordination of the Montana Watershed Symposium. The symposium is a large scale, state-wide event held once every three to four years to provide professional training and networking opportunities for the conservation community in Montana. The event includes presentations by nationally known organizations and programs and state success stories, concurrent technical sessions with panelists, facilitated topical discussions, evening programs, information fair with commercial and non profit vendors and more. SWCDMI will provide support the professional services to plan, facilitate, and evaluate this event.
$2,00012/31/2010
96314401-1DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - DUPONT NEWPORT

The work to be accomplished by the support agency is review all correspondence and technical documents exchanged. Assist EPA Project Manager to evaluate the attainment of the cleanup standard for the site and review status reports and monitoring results associated with the operation and maintenance activities at the site.
$2,00006/30/2015
96313001-1DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - NCR MILLSBORO RAOU1

The work to be accomplished by the support agency is review all correspondence and technical documents exchanged. Assist EPA Project Manager to evaluate the attainment of the cleanup standard for the site and review status reports and monitoring results associated with the operation and maintenance activities at the site.
$2,00003/31/2015
98341201-3School District of PhiladelphiaENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - HUNTER ELEMENTARY "ADOPTS THE NEIGHBORHOOD"

To encourage the students (K-4) to participate in year long community service projects of urban renewal and education.
$2,11112/31/2003
97286804-1Rocky Springs Rehabilitation Center Inc.OUR WILDLIFE NEIGHBORS

The grantee will develop a program, "Our Wildlife Neighbors" to educate students about the living with wildlife in their communities. Students will learn how to respond to orphaned or wounded animals and how to deal with encounters with wildlife as the population density in their New Jersey counties increases. The program will consist of live and interactive presentations in schools and with scout groups in Warren and Hunterdon Counties.
$2,25008/31/2006
96303301-0Lancaster County Solid Waste Management AuthLANCASTER COUNTY - RCRA

To conduct workshops that will educate over 500 Lancaster residents on how to convert the organic waste materials such as leaves, garden residue and kitchen scraps into a material that will enrich the soil and reduce waste that is put at curbside.
$2,40012/31/2011
98333501-1County of LehighBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Funds will be used to make loans to brownfield property developers to conduct non-time critical removal of contamination. The County of Lehigh will then manage collection of these loans for funding future loans.
$2,49511/17/2003
97129501-2Georgetown Redevelopment CorporationBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

Per your application request dated June 22, 2005, this grant is being awarded to support the Gilbert & Bennett manufacturing by product management area redevelopment project and the remediation of metal impacted soil and stabilization of metal hydroxide sludge on the site by Georgetown redevelopment cooperation.
$2,49707/15/2009
83109401-0Behavioral Toxicology SocietyDEVELOPING ZEBRAFISH MODELS FOR NEUROBEHAVIORAL TOXICOLOGY-

SMALL GRANT-This symposium will cover the opportunities offered by the zebrafish model and present data concerning its use in the study of the molecular basis of neurodevelopment.
$2,50009/30/2003
96539501-1Hiawatha Interpretive AssociationHIAWATHA INTERPRETIVE ASSOCIATION

The Raptor Education Project will bring live raptors into the classroom and present a lesson on issues surrounding them. The audience is: 200 5th, 6th and 7th grade students at a middle school in Munising, MI.
$2,50007/01/2005
97885901-0River NetworkRIVER NETWORK 401 WATER QUALITY CERTIFICATION PROJECT

This grant will support an analysis of the current status of the use of Clean Water Act 401 water quality certification in each of the eight Intermountain West states, including an analysis of the program in each state. River Network will also host a series of three webinar trainings for river and land organizations in the region to increase their understanding of utilizing 401 as a tool better protect water quality and riparian habitats.
$2,50009/30/2011
98265402-1Tompkins County Soil & Water Conservation DistrictENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

These funds are provided to support a program that teaches high school teachers and students how to perform soil and water quality assessments.
$2,51607/31/2006
96684901-1North Central Texas Council of GovernmentsNORTH TEXAS REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

This project consists of creating and developing a website for displaying the information, metrics, results and outcomes of the activities of the North Texas Regional Environmental Management System partnership in the North Texas metroplex area.
$2,75007/31/2009
98774401-0K-State Research and Extension Wyandotte CountyBACKYARD COMPOSTING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

This project will involve creating four composting demonstration sites that will demonstrate a variety of different composting methods. Master Gardeners will provide and maintain the demonstration sites and will teach the composting workshops throughout the year.
$2,94806/15/2007
99182701-5Town of MethuenBROWNFIELDS PILOT

Brownfields Pilot
$2,99912/31/2003
98889801-0Thorne Ecological InstituteSPECIAL STUDIES PROJECT

Twenty-four students will be provided with full scholarships to attend Thorne Natural Science School 2006 summer classes at the Kassler site near Waterton Canyon. These students will learn about various ecological principles as they explore the different ecosystems around Waterton Canyon.
$3,00008/31/2006
96302401-0Prince William CountyVIRGINIA COMPOST OPERATOR TRAINING SEMINAR

This award provides funding for a training seminar thatwill give a detailed overview of the process of converting recyclable organics into compost and an understanding of the key process control parameters and the causes of odor and air emissions.
$3,00004/30/2011
83548901-0San Antonio River AuthorityLOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT DESIGN COMPETITION SPONSORSHIP

San Antonio River Authority (SARA) proposes to help improve and protect the water quality of the San Antonio River Watershed through educational and outreach activities relating to stormwater and impervious surfaces, and green infrastructure. SARA will provide publication of outreach materials for San Antonio�s Low Impact Development Competition.
$3,00009/30/2013
97152201-0Houlton Band of Maliseet IndiansTRIBAL COMPLIANCE ASSURANCE AND ENFORCEMENT

This project provides funding for Lead Safe Ranger Training to reduce the amount of lead hazard and contamination Tribal, State and Federal Enforcement Officers are exposed to while discharging weapons on and off the Range at tribal lands. Best Management Practices will be a focus of this training to promote lead awareness at shooting ranges and to ensure enforcement officers reduce the amount of lead exposure, hazard and contamination on tribal lands with the goal of ensuring a lead free environment.
$3,00009/30/2007
97451502-2North Carolina A&T State UniversityTHE NC AGRI. LITERACY PROJ. ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION SYSTEMS.

DEOBLIGATION AND CLOSEOUT: This action deobligates $7,652.35 in federal funding and closes the grant.
$3,10306/30/2003
97078301-1Dayton School Dist #2BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE DAYTON AREA: A SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION PROJECT

This project will teach 120 high school students about the effects of local farming conservation practices using "project based learning." Students will hear agricultural producers talk about best management practices, then these students will design a test of the effectiveness of the BMPs in protecting soil and water resources. This project will include at least 5 field visits which include field measurements and testing over a period of one year. In addition to this, the students will collect water quality data along the Touchet River bi-weekly. Students will analyze their results, create written reports and present them to local growers.
$3,20005/31/2005
98383201-6VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - KIM-STAN SANITARY LANDFILL (RD/RA NEG OU1)

Funds will be used at the Kim-Stan Sanitary Landfill (Remedial Design/Remedial Action Negotiations Operable Unit One) to commence negotiations with potentially responsible parties regarding implementation of the site activity.
$3,35106/30/2011
83230501-1Cleveland State UniversityCUYAHOGA SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK -

NOVATION: This project will cultivate the system-oriented application of ecosystem science and spatial decision technology to sustainable development, focusing on landuse decisions and ecosystem integrity at the urban-suburban fringe in the Cuyahoga River Valley
$3,47410/31/2005
96319901-0DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - STANDARD CHLORINE/METACHEM OU-3 RIFS

Work to be accomplished supports the State during the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study for potential reuse of the site. Activities include technical assistance in the Solar Power Feasibility study to determine if the Standard Chlorine site is suited for solar energy generation once the Operable Unit 3 remedy has been completed; participation in providing input to support the regulatory oversight, review of correspondence, technical documents and status reports.
$3,50009/30/2015
97461402-1Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control DistrictCHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION

NEW AWARD. Objectives: This grant will use the funds for education, compliance monitoring, and enforcement activities. Funds will be used for inspection/audit training for District staff to enhance awareness of program requirements and objectives and provide updated program information as necessary. The project will also provide training sessions targeting other local agencies and the public for information and awareness of the Risk Management Program.
$3,71709/30/2004
96320101-1DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlMILLSBORO TCE (AOC #1)

Work to be accomplished supports the States participation in providing input to support the regulatory oversight to assist in the evaluation of the attainment of the cleanup standard for the Millsboro Trichloroethylene (TCE) site, participate in meetings, review correspondence, workplans, analytical data and technical documents during the critical time removal phase at the site to ensure levels of site related contaminants are protective of human health and the environment. This site is not on the NPL, a Superfund Alternative Site approach is being taken.
$3,80009/30/2015
96407504-0Mississippi Forestry CommissionENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - PROJECT LEARNING TREE EDUCATOR TRAINING

NEW AWARD: This action approves the award of $3,800 in federal funds with matching funds of $6,733 for a total grant award of $10,533 to provide Project Learning Tree teacher training.
$3,80007/15/2005
98240301-1Immaculate Conception Environmental ClubIMMACULATE CONCEPTION OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY

Funds are provided to develop a courtyard resource into an outdoor nature laboratory and for a nearby area for composting to be used as a learning center for students.
$3,84006/30/2003
98898401-1Gore Range Natural Science SchoolSOAR

Program provides on-hand experience and ecological understanding their local watersheds for youth in Eagle and Lake Counties,
$3,88207/30/2004
83239801-0American Geophysical UnionSMALL GRANT- PARTICIPANT SUPPORT FOR BIOGEOPHYSICS SPECIAL SESSION AT THE 2005 JOINT ASSEMBLY

To provide support for the biogeophysics special session at the 2005 American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly.
$4,00006/15/2005
96454706-0Medlock Elementary PTAENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT -GEORGIA NATIVE PLANTS INITIATIVE

The Medlock Elementary School PTA plans to begin a Georgia Native Plants Initiative at the school, which will support and enhance an already-established gardening program. By working directly with soil, seeds and plants students will learn about the life cycles of plants and flowers; the animals supported by these plants and the importance of habitat and environmental stewardship. Pre-K through 5th grade and 15 special needs students will participate in this endeavor. This will not only benefit the school and its students but senior citizens in the area by providing a community garden/butterfly habitat for teaching purposes and visitation. This Georgia Native Plant Initiative will provide a location for environmental learning, community activities and environmental stewardship.
$4,00004/30/2009
96162301-0Portland Town ofTRAINING - TOWN OF PORTLAND

The proposed grant with the Town of Portland will help support the continued success of the Water and People Course. By continuing to add certified water system operators to the already shrinking ranks of registered operators in the State of Connecticut, the Town of Portland, as well as utilities throughout the state, will benefit from a new generation of educated young adults versed in proper stewardship with their primary focus being the protection of human health.
$4,00009/30/2014
00J07801-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityMERCURY POLLUTION PREVENTION PILOT

This project will fund pilot efforts by one or more counties in southwest Idaho to conduct public mercury and other hazardous waste collection events for the public. The intent is to provide an easy way for the public to dispose of mercury and other materials, which might otherwise spill, be costly to clean up, and contaminate local water bodies. If successful, Idaho Department of Environmental Quality intends to work with counties in other regions of the state to encourage similar collection programs.
$4,00012/31/2010
96560501-1Minnesota Department of HealthPROJECT-PROVIDE HUMAN HEALTH EXPERTISE FOR LAMP, RAP ACTIVITIES-MN. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH-GLNPO FY04

This grant will allow the Minnesota Department of Health to participate in the Superior Workgroup Group (SWG) and provide human health expertise for the development of the LaMP, RAP activities, SOLEC indicators, and participation in the Great Lakes Human Health Network.
$4,00012/29/2006
97840001-3Shoshone & Northern Arapaho TribeEPA - 106 DISCRETIONARY FUNDS

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction, and elimination of surface water pollution from point and non-point sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$4,00304/01/2009
97106701-2University of MaineEDUCATION AND ACTION THROUGH LAKE LEADERS

UME has trained over 250 lakefront landowners in lake threats and protection methods. This project gives additional training to 24 of these landowners and become peer trainers to other lakefront property owners.
$4,17712/31/2005
97488903-1FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionBUCKEYE/FENHOLLOWAY RIVER FL

Funds will be used by FDEP to retain three outside experts to provide technical assistance to the workgroups to examine the options and alternatives.
$4,21006/30/2004
96454406-0Resource Depot IncENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM - ASSISTING COMMUNITIES TO THRIVE

Resource Depot Inc will present a program called 'Assisting Communities to Thrive' (ACT). This project will increase awareness of the economical and lifelong environmental advantage of using free reusable materials deferred from the landfill to teach multi-curriculum areas with ease. This will occur through workshops, lesson plans and field trips. Ten Science teachers will be able to influence 150 students who in turn will present workshops to 50 multi-curriculum teachers who teach 150 students per day. Additionally, local businesses will be visited by the students to distribute information and interview them about their discarded materials.
$4,25809/28/2007
97493003-1Mecklenburg CountyEDUCATORS' NATURALIST WEEKEND

NEW AWARD: This action provides $4,376 in federal funds to Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department�s Division of Natural Resources to provide two days of hands-on environmental education workshops conducted at a Mecklenburg County nature center for teachers and non formal educators.
$4,37610/31/2004
98212301-3Ocean County CollegeBARNEGAT BAY ESTUARY PROGRAM (BBEP)

To provide for education and public participation to support a healthy and naturally diverse habitat in the Barnegat Bay Estuary. Projects include: annual Barnegat Bay Festival, habitat restoration projects, quarterly newsletter, and a mini-grant program to motivate people to participate in protecting and restoring the estuary.
$4,39609/30/2005
99130118-0Rhode Island D.O.H.FY14 RI ASBESTOS CONTROL PROGRAM

Per your application request dated April 23, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded partial funding in the amount of $4,427 to the Rhode Island Department of Health's Asbestos in Schools Program. This Program will: (1) review school asbestos management plans to ensure they are in compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (40 CFR 763); (2) maintain an asbestos accreditation and certification training program, (3) provide educational outreach activities to teachers, parents, and school maintenance personnel on the dangers of exposure to asbestos containing materials; and (4) perform compliance enforcement audits of state licensed asbestos professionals. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$4,42709/30/2017
98391001-1Group Against Smog & Pollution IncDIESEL EDUCATION AND MONITORING PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to educate the public about fine particulate matter and diesel pollution from vehicles that affect Western Pennsylvania�s air quality, and to encourage citizens to use this knowledge to make informed decisions and take actions on these issues. The project includes a public education program called the Diesel Education and Monitoring Program.
$4,47108/31/2005
96428205-0Wake CountyENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

New Award. This ten hour, two-day workshop will focus on providing educators the tools to ensure that all students have access to nature. This workshop will enlighten environmental educators to the many needs of their audiences, making education accessible to those with disabilities. Participants will also learn how to provided physically challenge accessible programs regardless of any major, cognitive, hearing or visual disabilities that the audience may have. This will be done by use of the "Access Nature' curriculum developed by the National Wildlife Federation (NWF).
$4,49206/30/2006
96312901-2DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - CHEM SOLV RAOU1

The work to be accomplished by the support agency is to review all correspondence and technical documents exchanged. Assist EPA Project Manager to evaluate the attainment of the cleanup standard for the site and review status reports and monitoring results associated with the operation and maintenance activities at the site. The projected environmental improvement is assurance that levels of site related contaminants are protective of human health and the environment.
$4,50003/31/2015
83239301-0Appalachian State UniversityANNUAL MEETING OF THE NE 1013 WORKING GROUP ON EFFECTS OF OZONE ON CROPS AND NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS -

SMALL GRANT - This assistance agreement will support a meeting to foster collaborative research among researchers in different States on the effects of ozone on plants, and to find ways to reach out to the public to inform them of the results of this research.
$4,50012/31/2005
98266102-2Ithaca City School DistrictDANBY SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

The funds are provided to support a project to educate students in Danby School of Agriculture and the Environment High School about the watershed and watershed related careers.
$4,51108/31/2004
96539601-1Allen County Soil & Water Conservation DistrictALLEN COUNTY SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) training wil be offered to teachers in Allen County, IN. A resource library will also be created to complement the training.
$4,57003/01/2006
97293501-0Friends of the High School for Environ. StudiesENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LITERACY TRAINING PROJECT

A program to support literacy efforts through a focus on science as a means to understand environmental issues. This program supports training for English and Science teachers on inquiry-based learning through environmental readings. The environmental readings will reinforce concepts taught in students' science classes.
$4,60006/30/2006
96943801-0Tahoe Rim Trail AssociationENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - COMMUNITY WELCOME PACKET

Lake Tahoe's water quality is threatened by nonpoint source water pollution and improper land management techniques. Additionally, fire suppression and existing forest health conditions make a devastating wildfire possible. Many first-time property owners to the Tahoe Basin are confused about the strict rules and regulations required to live in such a delicate and regulated environment. This grant will help to create a collaborative community information packet (Lake Tahoe Property Owner Welcome Packet) and an educational workshop series for residents. Workshops for property owners will explain best management practices, defensible space, and the integration of landscape and property management to protect the environment. This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $4,670. Pre-award costs are approved back to 9/01/05.
$4,67010/31/2006
97461002-2Western NC Regional Air Quality AgencyNC 112R CHEM EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & PREV

Chemical accident prevention activities that relate to the Risk Management Program under the Clean Air Act.
$4,77504/30/2004
97349101-1Piedmont Environmental CouncilCULTIVATING WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP

This project is designed to educate students, residents and local decision-makers about water quality and local watershed issues in Loudoun County. Field trips for 50 students will be conducted in the Fall and Spring to perform plants survivability protocol in the field and to plant trees based on results from the Fall field work. This will have long-term results of increased watershed awareness and stewardship and the reduction of non-point source pollution.
$4,80006/30/2008
96455506-0Wake CountyENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT - "FEED THE BIN" TEACHER TRAINING


These funds will support two "Feed the Bin" recycling teachers training workshops to be hosted in cooperation with the Wake County Public School System. The "Feed the Bin" project will "starve the landfills" through interactive demonstrations, discussions, presentations, hands-on activities, and on-site visits of an operating solid waste management facility. This workshop is for 80 teachers who will learn about recycling issues and give them the tools necessary to incorporate solid waste environmental education into their lesson plans for their students.
$4,80008/31/2007
97342701-0Maryland Zoological Society Inc.CONSERVATION INTERPRETATION IN THE MARYLAND WILDERNESS

The Conservation Interpretation in the Maryland Wilderness Project, provides a conservation-themed “outpost” education program for students and members of the public at the Zoo�s Maryland Wilderness exhibit. The program will educate the public about wetland habitat loss and the impact on the threatened bog turtle and checkerspot butterfly; removing animals from the wild to have as pets and the impact on box turtles; discarding trash along road ways that cause bald eagles and other raptors to have accidents with motor vehicles; and wildlife population dynamics and management as Maryland citizens learn to live with Back Bears.
$4,80006/30/2008
98391501-2The Mountain InstituteEXPLORING OUR LIVING MOUNTAIN LABORATORY: THEMATIC WEEKEND WORKSHOPS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES.

This amendment extends the project and budget periods to August 31, 2004 and updates award conditions in support of Exploring Our Living Mountain Laboratory.
The project will address the two major needs; the need for (a) more opportunities to receive field training in environmental sciences (e.g. hydrology, soils, vegetation), and (b) enhanced experiential, hands-on approaches to field and classroom teaching in general.
$4,83608/31/2004
98784901-1Global and Multicultural Education CenterCLIMATE CHANGE: MYTH OR REALTY

This project will involve professional development seminars for teachers. Teachers will learn about environmental issues to improve their skills in teaching a problem solving approach. Teachers will participate in 6 professional development climate change seminars in partnership with University of Missouri Kansas City. The goal of this project is for teachers to learn about climate change, teaching strategies to incorporate environmental issues into their lesson plans and how to teach students how to become good environmental stewards.
$4,83806/30/2008
96979401-1Generation GreenENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION- TRAVELING TRASH TRANSFORMATIONS

This project will provide hands-on recycled art workshops at libraries and farmers' markets throughout Contra Costa County in order to educate the general public on the environmental benefits of recycling in order to meet the state required goal of 50% of waste diverted from landfills. This project is a grassroots approach to increase the educational value and impact of environmental education by informing the public at common community events. The total approved federal funding amount is $4,900.
$4,90008/31/2007
98296303-1Greene County Soil & Water Conservation DistrictPHASE I OF CREEKSIDE CLASSROOM PROGRAM

The Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District is partnering with the Catskill Middle School and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Greene County to design and implement an interdisciplinary program focusing on Catskill Creek which runs next to the school. The program involves forty teachers at the school. A core group and the partners are developing lesson plans from appropriate existing environmental education resources and correlating them with New York State Learning Standards. The selected lessons and activities focus on riparian buffers (techniques for protecting damage to and/or pollution of creek banks), water quality and biodiversity. Teachers and students are designing and planning a Creekside Celebration to share what they have learned with parents and community residents.
$4,90006/30/2005
98386901-1VA Dept of Environmental QualitySOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE

This project will increase awareness of the environmental and health impacts resulting from energy use, educate developers to the availability of renewable energy projects in Virginia and educate consumers regarding the acquisition of renewable energy.
$4,92409/30/2004
98391201-1Intermediate Unit 1PROJECT CONTAIN, MAINTAIN AND CONNECT OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL WORKSHOP

The goal of the project is to raise the level of environmental literacy of 20 elementary teachers from school districts in Washington, Fayette, and Greene Counties. To achieve this goal, the major project objectives are to provide an opportunity for teachers: to develop an understanding of basic environmental concepts; to identify local environmental problems; to provide lessons applicable to the classroom; and to use testing apparatus in field experiences to learn new skills that connect with the Pennsylvania Standards for Environment and Ecology.
$4,93808/31/2004
97172801-0American Ground Water TrustPRIVATE WELL TRAINING FOR REALTORS

Project includes applicant to provide two (2) training classes for real estate professsionals on private well testing, treatment and health risk information. Classes to be held in VT and NH, ME or CT.
$4,98009/30/2008
98146701-2Connecticut River Watershed Council Inc.SUSTAINABLE RIVER BANKS

Sustainable River Banks
$4,99408/31/2003
96407104-1NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesNC DENR ENVED - EXPANDING WATER QUALITY EDUCATION AND STEWARDSHIP IN NC

NEW AWARD: This action approves federal funding in the amount of $4,995 with a grantee match of $5,800 (54% - 25% required by statute) total funding in the amount of $10,795 to assist in expanding citizen water quality monitoring and stewardship programs into suburban and rural areas of North Carolina and increase water quality monitoring participation statewide.
$4,99512/30/2006
96406804-1School Board of Broward CountyENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

NEW AWARD: This action approves federal funding in the amount of $4,998 with a grantee match of $20,703 for a total grant award of $25,701 to construct an outdoor classroom conducive to science and other academic activities; restore native and other plant species and attract native species of animal life, and provide hands-on learning experiences.
$4,99805/31/2006
98180001-1University of New HampshireENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

Wildlife Journal Jr. Teaching Skills for multimedia environmental education
$4,99807/15/2005
98180401-2Association of Vermont RecyclersEDUCATION FOR SCHOOL COMPOSTING PROGRAMS

Create a statewide model to teach VT's school population facts about reducing solid waste and techniques for beginning and sustaining composting programs.
$4,99903/31/2005
97141901-2Univ. of Vermont and State Agricultural CollegeNEW ENGLAND LAKE BEACHES WORKSHOP

The Lake Champlain Sea Grant program will conduct and organize a workshop to provide tools and guidance for state and local governments interested in reducing beach closures at freshwater lakes. The workshop will be held in the Spring of 2006 and will target Vermont and New Hampshire communities.
$5,00011/30/2006
98293000-1Ontario County Soil & Water Conservation DistrictCANANDAIGUA LAKE WATERSHED

A Grant Agreement is provided to the Ontario County Soil and Water Conservation District to assist in the administration of its project to enhance the present watershed inspection program of on-site wastewater treatment systems management.
$5,00009/30/2005
97264706-0Earth Day New York Inc.EARTH DAY NY

This assistance agreement will assist Earth Day New York, Inc., in conducting their Earth Week Fair in Grand Central Station from April 17 - 23, 2006. The theme of the fair will be the 36th anniversary of Earth Day and it will consist of exhibits about household environmental issues. The goal is to educate residents in the area about environmental issues and encourage their involvement. By providing funds for printed materials that advertise the events associated with the Earth Week Fair, the public will be better able to participate in the event.
$5,00004/30/2006
83435301-0Indoor Air InstituteSVOCS IN THE RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT

Provides support for Indoor Air Institute's workshop to be held August 17-19, 2009, addressing the effects of indoor use of building materials and consumer products containing semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs).
$5,00010/30/2009
00D15113-0North Carolina State UniversityNORTH CAROLINA STATE INTEGRATED PRESCRIBED FIRE CURRICULUM


This action approves an award in the amount of $5,000 to North Carolina State University for the development of “Integrated Prescribed Fire Curriculum”. The curriculum will ultimately be used to train prescribed fire practitioners on best management practices for prescribed fire and smoke management, which will minimize air emissions from prescribed fires and reduce the risk of unplanned and uncontrolled wildfires.
$5,00009/30/2014
97493103-1The Conservancy of Southwest FloridaMANGROVE CONSERV. STATION - DISCOVERY ZONE

NEW AWARD: This grant provides $5,000 in federal funding to support the Mangrove Conservation Station - A Discovery Zone. The project is a partnership between the Conservancy of Southwest Florida's Naples Nature Center and the Collier County Public School System.
$5,00006/30/2005
97997701-1Sonora Env Research Institute Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER FOR RILLITO, ARIZONA

This award provides full federal funding in the amount $5,000. Total approved project cost is $12,930. The goal is to establish the Rillito Environmental Educational Center which includes a library of all appropriate air quality information providing for a variety of educational opportunties for the community members including developing an after-school program for children, workshops, and volunteer activities with air quality being the major environmental issue.
$5,00001/31/2006
83570901-0Bard CollegeROAD SALT MANAGEMENT & APPLICATION TECHNIQUES

This research will: (1) Develop Road Salt Management and Application Techniques (RSMAT) to increase the efficiency of road salt application both chemically and mechanically, (2) Create an educational pamphlet outlining the negative impacts of excess deicing and RSMAT, (3) Create a modeling tool based on RSMAT that is broadly accessible and educational.
$5,00008/31/2015
83385101-0Toxicology Excellence for Risk AssessmentPERCHLORATE EXPOSURE, IODINE MODULATION OF EFFECT

This is a symposium that will have speakers to present new data, new analyses, and other recent work from observational and experimental studies in humans on the relationship between perchlorate exposures and thyroid function.
$5,00012/31/2008
83241801-1American Society for Neurochemistry Inc.SUPPORT FOR THE 36TH ANNUAL MEETING FOR THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEUROCHEMISTRY

SMALL GRANT - To provide training through support of the 36th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Neurochemistry to be held in Madison, Wisconsin on June 25-29, 2005. This support will be used partially to reimburse travel allowances of non-Environmental Protection Agency participants invited to speak in talks and workshops
$5,00009/30/2005
97470803-2Cahaba River SocietyCAHABA RIVER WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES

To assist the Cahaba River Society to support educational efforts intended to increase the awarness of techniques to reduce and minimize the water quality impacts of urban development. This project will improve dialogue between these varied interests and prepare them for the detailed work of the Upper Cahaba Plan (watershed implementation efforts), which will include the creation of draft development ordinances.
$5,00006/30/2005
83430301-0The Keystone CenterYOUTH POLICY SUMMIT-GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION

The Keystone's Science School will conduct a Youth Policy Summit focused on Greenhouse Gas Reductions. Keystone will work with NCSSSMST to select 40 students from 10 different schools around the country to participate in negotiate concensus-based recommendations for Congress, the Administration, and for the business and NGO sectors.
$5,00009/30/2009
97632001-1Blaine County OklahomaHAZARD ANALYSIS CHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION (CEPP) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Conduct hazard analysis of each of 10 facilities
$5,00003/31/2005
83298601-0Kansas State UniversityTHE 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE ANALYTIC ELEMENT METHOD -

Small Grant - The analytic element method (AEM) provides a methodology to understand a variety of applications in engineering and science, such as groundwater flow, unsaturated flow, and elasticity. This conference aims to explore advances and applications using the Analytic Method.
$5,00012/31/2006
97696001-0River Legacy FoundationSOLID WASTE REDUCTION-INNOVATIVE EDUCATION FOR ALL AGES

The River Legacy Foundation is to create an exhibit to be used in the Living Science Center to educate the public about the benefits of recycling, composting, reduction of solid waste generation, increase the participation in the City' s recycling and composting programs and to reduce the volume of waste sent to the City's landfill.
$5,00008/30/2005
97276201-2Capital District YMCAENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM - SOURCE REDUCTION AND COMPOSTING

The YMCA will use composting as a means to teach solid waste source reduction to children and adults who attend nature based environmental education programs at Camp Chingachgook. The grantee is incorporating a source reduction and composting element into the training and hands-on educational experiences it provides to 15,000 students, parents and teachers who use the camp facilities annually.
$5,00010/31/2007
97852001-0Colorado School of MinesCSM - OIL SHALE

This award provides support to the Colorado School of Mines enable students and stakeholders to attend the Oil Shale Symposion.
$5,00012/31/2006
97255307-0Earth Day New York Inc.EARTH FAIR 2007

This assistance agreement will assist Earth Day New York Inc., in conducting its Earth Week fair In Grand Central Station from April 14 - 21, 2007. The theme of the fair will be "Smart Choices for a Better Tomorrow". The goal of the fair is to educate the public about alternative environmentally-friendly choices, which can help reduce air pollution and water pollution. By providing funds for printed materials that advertise the events associated with Earth fair 2007, the public will be better able to participate in the event.
$5,00004/21/2007
83309701-1American Solar Energy SocietySOLAR 2006: RENEWABLE ENERGY KEY TO CLIMATE RECOVERY CONFERENCE

SMALL GRANT-The SOLAR 2006 Conference will develop the connection between environmental protection and renewable energy sources; advance the science and technological research of carbon mitigation through renewable energy supply sources, energy efficiency and green building science; and present the emerging importance of the nexus between renewable energy technologies and the mitigation of global climate change.
$5,00007/08/2007
98914201-0CA Air Pollution Control Officers AssnREGIONAL GEOGRAPHIC INITIATIVES (RGI) - AIR POLLUTION ON COMMUNITIES CONFERENCE

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $5,000. The purpose of this grant is to support the California Air Pollution Control Officers Association's sponsorship of the "Understanding and Addressing Health Impacts of Air Pollution on Communities" conference. The purpose of the conference was to bring together national experts from federal, state, and local regulatory agencies, academia, industry, and community groups to discuss how air quality impacts are assessed and managed at the community-level.

Pre-award costs are approved back to August 1, 2007.
$5,00012/31/2007
96573301-0University of California Santa BarbaraTHE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

A short course on the transport and fate of sediments and contaminants in surface waters will be given January 15-20, 2006 at Santa Barbara, CA. Recent work on the transport and fate of sediments will be summarized and discussed with the purpose of presenting practical and accurate procedures for predicting the transport and fate of sediments and contaminants in surface waters for a wide range of environmental conditions.
$5,00009/30/2006
97491603-2Middle Tennessee State UniversityBACKPACK BIOLOGY

The funding provides backpack environmental curriculum and teacher/youth leader training on how to use them.
$5,00008/14/2005
98759901-2The Center for North American HerpetologyUNDERSTANDING NATURAL WETLANDS COMMUNITIES

This project supports improved water quality and wetlands restoration efforts through the disseminatin of information concerning the importance of wetlands through publication of material on how the Kansas Herpetofauna uses wetlands, streams, rivers, and lakes during their life cycle.
$5,00009/01/2010
97293601-0Hofstra UniversityRACCOON AND TERRAPIN MANAGEMENT ISSUES AT JAMAICA BAY WILDLIFE REFUGE

This project creates an educational program for the general public and teachers to conduct studies and, as a result, learn about wildlife management, specifically, the interactions between diamondback terrapins and raccoons in the Jamaica Bay wildlife refuge. Educational outreach sessions will be conducted with local conservation/environmental organizations and educators to teach them about the ecological balance management issues in the refuge and enlist participation in hands-on educational programs.
$5,00008/30/2006
97293901-0Prospect Park Alliance Inc.MIDWOOD GREEN TEAM PROJECT

This project will engage 20 preteens in hands-on study, restoration, protection and interpretation of Prospect Park's Midwood, a natural habitat. Participants will increase the development and delivery of ecological programs to under-served youths. Participants will design, produce and install educational signage to increase environmental stewardship in park visitors.
$5,00006/30/2006
96407604-1Dekalb Co. Park and Recreation DepartmentGA DEKALBCOPARKS&RECREATION ENVED

New Award: This project introduces students and Teachers to the value of wetlands, particularly in an urban environment, for wildlife habitat, water quality, and flood reduction.
$5,00007/31/2006
97497403-1Swan Conservation TrustSWAN CONSERVATION TRUST - RARE PLANT PROTECTION

Environmental Education grant to assist the Swan Trust in educating the public about native and rare plant protection on the Western Highland Rim of Tennessee.
$5,00003/31/2005
97846501-0Three Affiliated TribesTHREE AFFILIATED TRIBES LUST

This award provides funds to the Three Affiliated Tribes for the oversight and corrective action of petroleum releases from underground storage tanks.
$5,00009/30/2009
98294903-1North Jersey Resource Conservation & Dev. CouncilENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

A Grant Agreement is provided to the North Jersey Resource Conservation and Development Council to assist in the administration of "Tools for Community Resource Protection" which will provide a comprehensive environmental forum for local decision makers.
$5,00006/30/2005
96450106-0Columbus State UniversityNORTH AMERICAN LAKE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY

The Georgia Lakes Society and Columbus State University will host a conference and workshops March 8-11, 2006 in Columbus, Georgia to provide highly informative sessions that benefit those interested in watersheds, rivers and lakes, from the professional aspect as well as the non-professional.
$5,00009/30/2006
98179001-2University of MaineWORKING WITH ONLINE ENVIRONMENTAL DATA

Teacher meetings: working with online environmental data
$5,00001/15/2005
97279901-0Earth Day New York Inc.EARTH WEEK FAIR IN GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL 2005

This assistance agreement will assist Earth Day New York, Inc. in planning, advertising and conducting its Earth Week Fair in New York City's Grand Central Station from April 22 - 24, 2004. The theme of the fair will be the 35th anniversary of Earth Day and it will consist of exhibits about household environmental issues. The goal is to educate residents in the area about environmental issues and encourage their involvement.
$5,00004/24/2005
96991801-0Local Government CommissionENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND INNOVATION GRANTS - SMART GROWTH CONFERENCE

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $5,000 to support the Smart Growth Conference. The 6th Annual New Partners for Smart Growth: Building Safe, Healthy and Livable Communities conference which will be held February 8 - 10, 2007 at The Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Attendance is anticipated to be over 1200 conference participants. The 3-day program will include a dynamic mix of plenary sessions, keynote presentations, in-depth workshops, interactive breakout sessions, successful case studies from around the nation, a resource room featuring a "smart growth" bookstore and sponsor displays, as well as networking opportunities for participants and speakers. Additionally, optional tours of local model projects will be offered, both pre- and post- conference.

Pre-award costs are approved back to November 1, 2006.
$5,00007/31/2007
97293401-0Brooklyn Botanic GardenTHE WATER CONSERVATION INITIATIVE

The grant enables the recipient to develop an on-going educational program for young people and their teachers, produce age-appropriate materials on water conservation for 600 students and 20 teachers, provide water conservation kits to 10 classes to create a school garden and link gardens with community resources that can help sustain them.
$5,00008/30/2006
97275405-0Marine Mammal Stranding CenterFUTURE COAST KEEPERS

The project seeks to educate residents of Brigantine, NJ, and vacationers about marine ecosystems through hands-on activities. The activities include: seining, beach clean-ups, training to respond to stranded marine mammals and beach walks. Experts from outside organizations will provide presentations exposing the audience to various environmental issues that impact marine ecosystems. The project promotes environmental stewardship through first-hand experience with a goal of establishing life-long respect for the environment and inspiring participants to pursue environmental careers.
$5,00009/30/2006
97125501-0New Haven Ecology Project Inc.EARCH DAY AT COMMON GROUND

Per your application request dated November 15, 2004, this grant is being awarded to support the building of an extremely successful event, three to four hundred students in grades 1-4 are expected to participate in NHEP�s annual Earth Day event. Participants learn about ecosystem protection, water/air/diesel pollution, hazardous waste recycling, nutrient recycling, natural resources, and stewardship for their own neighborhood.
$5,00006/30/2006
98295003-1North Jersey Resource Conservation & Dev. CouncilENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM

A Grant Agreement is provided to the North Jersey Resource Conservation and Development Council to present a series of workshops for middle and high school teachers on stream ecology, aquatic ecosystems and chemical and biological field testing techniques.
$5,00006/30/2005
97293801-0Oceanside School DistrictSHIPBOARD MARINE SCIENCE INSERVICE TEACHER COURSE

This agreement assists the recipient in delivering its 30 hour in-service course to provide professional development to teachers to help students improve their skills in gathering and recording ecological data; provide teachers with marine career materials for students; and immerse educators in maritime experiences that they will share with students. Teachers will prepare for classroom discussion with students as they learn about the significance of standard ecological parameters (e.g., water and air temperature, density, transparency and depth, salinity, pH, plankton collection, etc.).
$5,00008/30/2006
97293301-0American Littoral SocietyJUNIOR BAY RANGER PROGRAM

Junior Bay Ranger Program is a career development program to promote environmental stewardship and educate students about the environmental issues related to preserving the ecosystems of Jamaica Bay. Proposed participants are middle grade students from Brooklyn and Queens, New York. The American Littoral Society project is designed to educate students about the wildlife and environments in their community. Young people learn about and develop an interest in caring for the environment. The program also encourages them to pursue environmental careers. Both the development of stewardship skills and the career components of this project will provide benefits to the environment.
$5,00006/30/2006
98768601-0NE Groundwater Foundation2005 GROUNDWATER FOUNDATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE

This conference focuses on establishing common goals and partnerships for agricultural and uban audiences and serves as a venue for learning about specific groundwater topics and issues. The mission is to educate and motivate citizens to care about and for groundwater.
$5,00012/31/2005
97930201-4San Joaquin Adopt-A-Watershed Sea Scout ShipENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - SAN JOAQUIN ADOPT-A-WATERSHED

This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period end dates from November 30, 2005 to June 15, 2006. All terms and conditions of the previous agreements remain in full force and effect. The Scope of Work remains unchanged. There is no change to the total EPA assistance amount of $5,000.

The primary goal of this grant project is to train 20 kindergarten through high school teachers (in 8-10 school teams) to identify environmental issues that impact the San Joaquin River Delta. The teachers will learn to work with their students to plan and implement service learning projects that address those environmental issues. Facilitating the training will be certified presenters using the existing high quality, nationally recognized Adopt-A-Watershed curriculum. In addition, the grant project will provide teachers the material necessary to implement the curriculum with their students. Over 900 students will be involved with the program. The environmental projects completed by the students will be featured during local Earth Day observations in April, 2003.
$5,00006/15/2006
96428005-0St. Catherine Creek Refuge Association Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

New Award. Students from grades 7 through 9 in three counties will learn about water quality and the effect on pollutants by using test kits to analyzing a nearby stream and pond water for pollutants and overall water quality. Lessons plans and activity materials will be derived from established sources such as Project Wild Aquatic and the Rivers Project.
$5,00012/31/2006
00J06601-0Organizing People Activating Leaders2010 CENSUS EJ DEMOGRAPHIC MAPPING PROJECT

This project will ground truth the EJ Mapping Project conducted by Portland State University, OPAL's partner.
Note: "High Risk" designation please see Administrative Condition
$5,00004/30/2011
00J68802-0AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC SUPERFUND

State review and comment on Superfund remedial investigation/feasibility study (RI/FS) for Salt Chuck Mine Superfund Site, Prince of Wales, Alaska.
$5,00006/30/2015
97806503-0Standing Rock Sioux Tribal CouncilUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

This award provides funds for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe for the oversight of correctiva action for petroleum releases from underground storage tank systems.
$5,00009/30/2009
96541101-1Indiana Dunes Environmental Learning CenterINDIANA DUNES ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING CNT. - EE

The project will engage high school students in monitoring ecological change, link students to learn about neighboring communities through the world wide web, and share information about environmental careers.
$5,00001/31/2006
96978001-0Catholic Charities CYOENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - DEVELOPING YOUTH AS LEADERS AND STEWARDS

This assistance agreement provide full EPA funding in the amount of $5,000.00. This project, "Developing Youth as Environmental Leaders and Stewards," will teach 5th - 8th grade students and their teachers the complexity of watershed conservation and stewardship through hands-on creek restoration curriculum. Classroom visits and teacher trainings will be given before taking a five-day outdoor environmental education retreat which includes creek restoration activities. The target audience will gain necessary knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about their personal behavior and its impact on the Salmon Creek.
$5,00007/31/2007
97286304-0Camp Vacamas Association Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS PROJECT

The goal of the Environmental Awareness Project (EAP) is to immerse Vacamas Academy students in a full survey of the Camp Vacamas environment including exploration of the indigenous plants and trees, wildlife, aquatic life and insect life. They will also explore potential dangers to the area both natural and man-made. The EAP will combine field studies with research that will culminate in the creation of a nature trail on site and a web site dedicated to disseminating the students' findings. EAP will develop environmental stewardship by educating low-income and culturally diverse students in formal and nonformal settings about environmental issues and encouraging the dissemination of environmental information.
$5,00006/30/2006
97667501-1Intl Ctr for the Solution of Envtal Problems Inc.SEABROOK CITIZEN'S HEALTH INDUCED AIR MONITORING PROJECT

To develop a pilot study to effectively identify airborne pollutants in residential areas at the the time of release from suspect industrial sites.
$5,00007/31/2007
83235701-0Coordinating Research Council Inc.ON-ROAD VEHICLE EMISSIONS WORKSHOP

Small Grant - To provide a forum for the many stakeholders involved in understanding the real world impact of mobile sources and what may be done to improve air quality
$5,00009/30/2005
97690701-1Texas Southern UniversitySEABROOK CITIZENS HEALTH INDUCED AIR MONITORING PROJECT

Texas Southern University is to provide air sampling and laboratory analysis assistance to the Seabrook Citizens Air Monitoring Project in order to effectively identify airborne pollutants in samples collected in the Seabrook, Texas area. By identifying the amounts and sources of air pollution, the air quality in this area can be improved.
$5,00008/31/2006
97141901-2Univ. of Vermont and State Agricultural CollegeNEW ENGLAND LAKE BEACHES WORKSHOP

The Lake Champlain Sea Grant program will conduct and organize a workshop to provide tools and guidance for state and local governments interested in reducing beach closures at freshwater lakes. The workshop will be held in the Spring of 2006 and will target Vermont and New Hampshire communities.
$5,00011/30/2006
00F48001-0San Elizario Independent School DistPUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAM

The objectives of this project are 1) to provide environmental awareness to the community of Sal Elizario, TX, teach useful skills, promote environmental stewardship and empower the community; 2) to create a self sustaining community garden run and operated by volunteers from the local San Elizario, TX community; 3) to create and establish long lasting partnerships between the school district, the EPA, University of TX El Paso, non-for-profit organizations such as AVANCE, and Organizacion Progresiva de San Elizario, Texas AgriLife, public schools within the school district and community members.
$5,00006/30/2012
83539101-0University of WashingtonFUTURE OF PACIFIC NORTHWEST SEAGRASS

This project is to convene a workshop that will address the likely impacts of climate change and ocean acidification on Pacific Northwest (PNW) seagrasses and the implications for seagrass restoration and research. The PNW is defined as the geographic region from British Columbia to Cape Mendocino, CA. Climate- related changes to temperature, precipitation/flooding, sea level rise, coastal upwelling, storms, and the carbon cycle will be considered. Conclusions will be based on structured decision-making and a levels-of-evidence approach.
$5,00002/28/2013
97293701-0The Horticultural Society of New YorkGREENHOUSE/GREENTEAM

This is a project that educates inmates on Riker's Island (a correctional facility) about environmental issues and stewardship. Participants learn about the environment as they develop skills in landscape design, installation and maintenance. After release, the participant internship allows them to maintain public branch library gardens, and design and install gardens as requested by public and private customers.
$5,00006/30/2006
83241201-0Environmental Law InstituteSECURING THE PROMISE OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

SMALL GRANT: The purpose of this project is to explore the potential environmental benefits and risks associated with nanotechnology and to analyze the adequacy of the existing legal and regulatory framework in the United States in dealing with emerging nanotechnologies
$5,00008/12/2005
96589801-0Rock River Coalition Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - ROCK RIVER COALITION

The Rock River Coalition will develop rain gardens at 3 middle and upper elementary schools to educate students about storm water runoff and groundwater recharge.
$5,09006/30/2006
98757501-2Kickapoo Tribe in KansasCOMMUNITY AND SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

This amendment will change the cost share for the Environmental Protection Agency from 62% to 75% and changes the contact information for our Las Vegas Office.
$5,10009/30/2007
96142901-0Wampanoag Tribe of Gay HeadFY11 PESTICIDE FUNDING

Per your application request dated May 5, 2011, this grant agreement is being awarded to providing funding in the amount of $5,100.00 to support the Wampanoag tribe of Gay Head (WTGH) that will conduct an Education and Demonstration Project to educate tribal members about the dangers of Lyme Disease , while at the same time promoting the reduction of the use of pesticides.
$5,10009/30/2012
97323201-0Friends of the Cheat IncSTRUCTURING FRIENDS OF THE CHEAT'S EDUCATION INITIATIVES

The project will focus on community environmental issues to address the severe Acid Mine Drainage problem in the lower Cheat Watershed by structuring and expanding current educational initiatives (restoring, protecting, and promoting the outstanding natural qualities of the Cheat Watershed). Students at the Middle and High Schools in Preston County, Girl Scout Troops, local 4-H Camps, residents, tourists and visitors will benefit from this project through a variety of activities, such as: hands-on outdoor education, interpretive trail watershed tours and stream sampling . The creation of a flyer and web page describing the educational opportunities Friends of the Cheat offers will be added to the current web site to assist in implementing its initiatives to local schools and civic groups.
$5,17508/31/2006
97124501-1Vermont Institute of Natural Science Inc.URBAN ELF: EXPANDING ENV. LITERACY IN URBAN SCHOOLS

Over 30 years ago, VINS developed the Environmental Learning for the Future (ELF) curriculum to bring students in kindergarten �sixth grade out of the classroom to learn about and explore nature in school yard and neighborhoods. Specially trained parents and other community volunteers teach the ELF program. This initial year of a three year project expands the ELF curriculum by developing supplemental activities and materials for urban and suburban elementary students participating in ELF. Schools in Lebanon, NH and Rutland,VT are participating in this expansion. ELF encompasses five concepts � cycles, habitat, adaptations, designs of nature and Earth & Sky. At completion of the project 675 students, 65 adult volunteers and 30 classroom teachers will have worked with VINS on updating ELF for urban/suburban students.
$5,44206/30/2006
96151201-2CT Section American Water Works Assoc.WATER BOOT CAMP 2011

This cooperative agreement with the Connecticut Section American Water Works Association (CTAWWA) is to conduct a Water Boot Camp to provide students with the basic knowledge and awareness of careers in the water industry. CTAWWA�s Water Boot Camp program will be presented to ten high school students from New Haven, CT, an environmental justice (EJ) community. The agreement will advance the CTAWWA�s ability to provide Connecticut public water systems the necessary tools needed to sustain operations to meet the standards defined by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and to equip Connecticut�s shrinking workforce with the necessary manpower to maintain the long-term delivery of safe drinking water.
$5,47512/15/2011
97302101-1James Madison University2004 NATIONAL ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION PROGRAM

This grant will provide information, data, and water samples to the National Atmospheric Deposition Program on the pH levels, and ammonia content of the rainfall collected at James Madison University.
$5,49506/17/2009
96944801-0Mono County Office of EducationENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - EASTERN SIERRA ENVIRONMENTAL INFOMERCIALS PROJECT

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $5,500. Preaward costs have been approved back to 09/01/05. The Eastern Sierra Environmental Infomercials Project will have students working in groups to examine different views and investigate different solutions to an environmental issue of local concern. Students will then use this information to plan and script a brief videotape project. In planning their video, students will enhance their critical thinking skills by determining how to present an informative, appealing message to a community of diverse interests. The project will promote environmental stewardship by educating the participating students in recycling, conservation, and pollution reduction practices and the local community through the infomercials that the student groups develop.
$5,50010/31/2006
97808501-0City of EurekaTINTIC SCHOOL CHEMICAL CLEANUP

Identification, inventory and assessment of hazardous chemicals will be conducted on numerous chemicals stored in the chemistry lab. Project will also include development of a prevention program to ensure that accumulation of inappropriate chemicals does not recur.
$5,50009/30/2005
96134101-1Vermont Rural Water AssociationLEAD REDUCTION IN DRINKING WATER AT VT SCHOOLS

This cooperative agreement with VRWA is an outreach program targeting elementary and high school management and operations officials across the state of Vermont, including the targeting of schools classified in environmental justice areas. The program will target the 320 public schools in the state of Vermont, and will focus on both schools that are stand-alone public water systems and schools that are customers of a public water system. The goal of this cooperative agreement is to educate school management and operations officials of stand-alone systems on the importance for a sound chain of command between the management and operators at given schools. The VRWA will also train officials on the importance of understanding and adhering to guidance on operations permits, sanitary survey information, and monitoring schedules.
$5,50012/31/2011
97302103-0James Madison UniversityFISCAL YEAR 2006 NATIONAL ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION PROGRAM

The work done under this grant will provide information, data, and water samples to the National Atmospheric Deposition Program on the pH levels and ammonia content of the rainfall collected at James Madison University.
$5,54206/17/2009
97302104-0James Madison UniversityFY 2007 NATIONAL ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION PROGRAM

This grant will support the recipient to provide information, data and water samples to the National Atmospheric Deposition Program on the pH levels and ammonia content of the rainfall collected at James Madison University.
$5,54206/17/2009
97302105-0James Madison UniversityFISCAL YEAR 2008 NATIONAL ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION PROGRAM

The work done under this grant will provide information, data and water samples to the National Atmospheric Deposition Program on the pH levels and ammonia content of the rainfall collected at James Madison University.
$5,54206/17/2010
97302102-0James Madison UniversityFY 2005 NATIONAL ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION PROGRAM

The work done under this grant will provide information, data, and water samples to the National Atmospheric Deposition Program on the pH levels and ammonia content of the rainfall collected at James Madison University.
$5,54206/17/2009
96455106-0Ohio River Basin Consortium for Res and EduENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT - OHIO RIVER BASIN CONSORTIUM

This project is to organize a special workshop on the river-wide status of the Ohio River waters based on the River Run 2005 data that was collected. This information will be given out at the Ohio River Basin annual workshop and symposium with 30 secondary school teachers, professors and researchers in attendance.
$5,70008/31/2007
97718901-0Chillicothe Middle SchoolCHILICOTHE MIDDLE SCHOOL- ENERGY, ECOLOGY, AND ECONOMY

Eighth grade students will research and study green design to determine all the options available to the district to build their new building. They will investigate all of the possible options that might be available to the district as they design and build their new building; such as energy conserving timed lighting and heating systems, grade sidewalks at building entries, green materials, water conserving plumbing systems and many other possibilities. Students will have an opportunity to participate in a video conference with professionals working in green careers. This will give them an opportunity to learn about environmental careers, living green, and green design.
$5,77505/15/2011
97286704-0Seton Hall UniversityMASTER CLASSES IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

The Master Classes will provide educational opportunities for groups of high school and Seton Hall students to learn from experts in the field about specific environmental issues they deal with in their jobs. The instructors and presenters will provide career development information and pre- and post-graduate educational pathways to environmental careers. Four master classes of 20-30 students each will be scheduled during the 2004-2005 academic year
$5,80006/30/2006
99280201-3New York State Dept. of Economic Dev.MULTI-MEDIA COMPLIANCE GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR PERCHLOROETHYLENE DRY CLEANERS

A Grant Agreement to assist the New York State Department of Economic Development to produce a single document that will help perchloroethylene (PERC) dry cleaners understand and comply with relevant local, state and federal environmental requirements.
$5,82206/30/2002
96327101-0Air & Waste Management Delaware Division ofSACA - HALBY CHEMICAL (ROU-1)

This project will provide support during the Remedial Action/Operations & Maintenance (O&M) activities at the site and determine the arsenic contamination found in the sediments, and re-evluating the groundwater monitroing program for the site..
$6,00009/30/2017
96979601-0The Watershed ProjectENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - THE WATERSHED PROJECT

The Watershed Project's "Healthy Schools Inside and Out" program will conduct a one-day workshop for formal and informal educators in West Contra Costa County to learn about common pesticides, their ingredients, their effects on human health, and their fate as household hazardous waste. The educators will learn to use the tools of an extensive and comprehensive binder of curricula and resources, and different activities, like experimenting with less-toxic alternatives for everything from cleaning supplies to garden pesticides, to understand how personal choices can have considerable environmental effects.
$6,00009/30/2007
83296301-0Research Foundation of SUNYEURO-ASIA ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN'S ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Small Grant- This project provides funding for a meeting to bring together central Asian regional scientific and technical representatives to learn, discuss and make plans to address children's environmental health issues.
$6,00005/14/2007
97172601-0Northeast Sustainable Energy Association Inc.THE NORTHEAST SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ASSOCIATION

The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) will promote building energy efficiency education. NESA will promote energy efficiency to builders, architects, government officials and community leaders in the northeast states, including New England. The outreach will encourage these stakeholders to take action to improve energy efficienty in buildings and schools.
$6,00009/30/2007
98890010-0Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribal CouncilSISSETON-WAHPETON LUST C: 10

This award provides funds to the Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe for the oversight and corrective action of petroleum releases from underground storage tanks.
$6,04809/30/2010
83350701-0James Madison UniversitySUSTAINABLE WATER EXTRACTION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

SMALL GRANT-Two water pumping systems will be designed and tested as a means of providing water to the Namawanga Community in western Kenya. These systems of pumping and irrigation will aim to create a sustainable system capable of meeting the increasing agricultural water needs of this quickly growing community without resorting to a fossil-fuel based pumping system.
$6,06208/29/2008
98242101-1University of the Virgin IslandsENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

This project is provided to the University of the Virgin Islands to conduct workshops to train Virgin Islanders to assess potential health and pollution risks on their properties through expansion of the Virgin Islands Home and Farm Water Quality Assessment Program.
$6,07607/16/2003
96636401-0Texas Tech UniversityLUBBOCK LAKE LANDMARK EDUCATORS ACADEMY ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION WORKSHOP SERIES

A series of workshops designed to introduce educators to the fundamental of EE and demonstrate how EE can be integrated into classroom curriculum across disciplinary boundaries to address the state curricular standards (TEKS). The series includes training in five recognized EE programs: Project Learning Tree, Project WILD, Project WET, Project Flood, Land and People, River of Words and a workshop on the Fundamentals of EE. Educators working in formal and non-formal settings are targeted. Plans are to train 210 participants.
$6,12408/30/2008
96326801-0WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionSACA - RAVENSWOOD PERCHLOROETHYLENE (RI/FS OU2)

Funds will be used to provide regulatory oversight, technical review, and evaluation during the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study phase at the Ravenswood Perchloroethylene Operable Unit Two site.
$6,16009/30/2015
98295403-1South Branch Watershed Assoc.SOUTH BRANCH WATERSHED ED GRANT

This project will provide teachers training workshops on an innovative web-based mapping program called "The Explorer Project." The program will also allow students to begin analyzing and understanding how land uses and changes in land can affect water quality and the health of the South Branch Raritan River Watershed.
$6,22506/30/2005
96572901-0The Patricia L. and Wendell W. Maltby FoundationMINNESOTA - MALTBY FOUNDATION - EDUCATION OUTREACH - FY 2006

Seventh grade students in two different areas will participate in a multidisciplinary river study team taught by science and math teachers as well as staff from the Science Center at Maltby Nature Preserve. Data collected will be shared with students living downstream.
$6,28505/31/2007
97348801-0Audubon SocietyWOMEN IN SCIENCE INSTITUTE

The Women in Science Institute addresses career development by introducing girls to the various careers in science. Students are exposed to various scientific disciplines and participate in three days of science investigative activities, conducting water quality experiments, using nets and fishing rods to determine what type of organisms live in the bay and attending lectures by marine biologists and ornithologists on conservation and ecological issues. Field visits include the Shehan Audubon Sanctuary to learn about the process leading to environmental stewardship.
$6,38809/30/2007
97376301-0University of Maryland BaltimoreENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE WORKSHOP

To provide assistance to the Maryland Hospitals for a Healthy Environment (MD H2E) initiative of the University of Maryland School of Nursing. MD H2E staff will be able to move healthcare towards environmental sustainability by providing insight and direction for hospitals to reduce their environmental footprint and become better environmental stewards by sponsoring a compliance assistance conference. While the focus will be on Federal and state compliance issues specifically related to Maryland, MD H2E will open the conference up to regional facilities as well.
$6,50006/30/2010
97202301-0Rutgers UniversityGREENING NJ COMMUNITITES FROM THE GROUND UP CONFERENCE

This project is to support a joint conference that will include plenary sessions, keynote speakers and panel sessions; which aim to promote discussion on pressing issues of environmental health and to advance public policy. The topics of the panel discussions will include climate change, local and sustainable agriculture and pollution prevention and community toxics. The conference will focus on how these national issues are impacting communities throughout New Jersey.
$6,50012/15/2011
96640301-0The Upper Texas Coast Water-Borne Education Ctr.PUBLIC RELATIONS & OUTREACH DIRECTOR

The Public Wetland Education Project will immerse participants in the local coastal wetlands and educate them on the importance of conserving these valuable locations. Six full-day field labs will be conducted with a one-hour class onshore, at which participants will learn wetlands vocabulary and do guided hands-on activities to demonstrate run-off pollution sources and solutions. The participants will then board an educational vessel for a 5-hour field lab in the Trinity River delta.
$6,63408/30/2007
97820201-1Upper Arkansas Area Council of GovernmentsRESOURCE CONSERVATION & RECOVERY ACT

Purchase of additional recycling containers for drop-off recycling locations located in Lake, Custer, Chaffee, Fremont, and Pueblo Counties to increase capacity.
$6,70009/15/2006
97885601-1Front Range Earth ForceENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANTS PROGRAM.

This project will identify and mitigate air pollution and solid waste disposal issues effecting public health and climate change in a Northwest Denver middle school community with disparate economic and racial/ethnic composition.
$6,70111/30/2010
97300101-1WV University Research CorporationIN-SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL ASTHMA EDUCATION

This project will utilize in school networks for educating and empowering asthmatic students on managing their condition and living environments to improve their quality of life and reduce absenteeism from school. The overall objective of the project is to conduct asthma self-management skills education for elementary students in West Virginia.
$6,93707/31/2005
98758201-1Nebraska Rural Water AssociationSOURCE WATER PROTECTION & EDUCATION

This amenment is to extend the budget and project period so that the project will continue to raise awareness and involve the public in the protection of their drinking water supply.
$6,93910/31/2006
97121001-0New England Vegetable & Berry Growers Assoc.SUSTAINABILITY OF NEW ENGLAND VEGETABLE GROWERS THROUGH INCREASED USE OF INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT

The project features increased trapping of common sweet corn insects that also affect other crops (European Corn Borer, Corn Earworm, and Fall Armyworm). As not every grower has the resources for trapping stations, expanding the current number of sites will offer increased ability to assess pest presence and pest pressure in a given area. Information about trapping results will be shared with growers using weekly pest messages during the growing season and monthly newsletters during the off season.
$6,98903/31/2006
98397801-1Black Diamond Res Conservation and Dev Council IncEASTERN COAL REGIONAL ROUNDTABLE

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL EPA PURPOSES ONLY: Federal funds in the amount of $3,004.60 deobligated in accordance with the Final FSR dated 12-28-04.
$6,99509/30/2004
97275505-2Seton Hall UniversityTEACHERS INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

This agreement supports the recipient's program entitled, The Teachers Institute, consisting of four workshops on environmental topics affecting northern New Jersey, to enhance ecological and scientific literacy for K-12 teachers and Seton Hall students. At each workshop experts give presentations on an environmental or community health issue. A breakout session follows; participants develop strategies to incorporate the topic into curricula. Participants share their results, strategies and resources which are posted on Blackboard.com, an international teacher's resource web site.
$7,00006/30/2008
83487401-0Connecticut Coalition for Environmental JusticeCCEJ'S 6TH ANNUAL ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE CONFERENCE.

The purpose of this project is to support the Sixth Annual Environmental Justice Conference, “The Price of Oil, Paying with Our Health.” The conference will focus on the health impacts of petroleum dependency on low-income communities and communities of color. The attendees will be environmental justice leaders from across the state of Connecticut.
$7,00010/16/2011
96946201-0Prescott Joseph Center for Comm EnhancementCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - INDOOR AIR QUALITY TOOLS FOR SCHOOL

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $7,000. Using EPA's Tools For School Program, an investigation of the school facility will be conducted to inform the school district administrators and staff about the importance of maintaining a healthy indoor environment by reducing asthma triggers. Asthma is the leading cause of student absenteeism.
$7,00010/15/2006
98896901-2City & County of DenverDENVER RADIUM- CITY & COUNTY OF DENVER

Municipality implementation of institutional controls of Denver Radium Site operable units contaminated with radioactive materials, including use of federal agency contracts for transportation & disposal of radium-contaminated materials.
$7,00012/31/2009
98764901-0Boise State UniversityCAPACITY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY - FACILITATION 2005

The project will help the states develop their statutory required Report to the Governor, and provide suggestions to make adjustments to each state's existing systems capacity development strategy through the facilitation of individual state stakeholder meetings.
$7,00012/31/2005
96192301-0North American Indian Center of Boston Inc.REVIVING ENVIRONMENTAL CULTURAL VALUES

NAICOB will create an Environmental Cultural Values program designed to increase participation of Native American Youth, ages 7 to 18 years old, in environmental stewardship activities and expose them to environmental careers while reviving and sustaining an understanding of traditional Native cultural and environmental practices. The project will bring together federal agencies, federally recognized tribes, tribal organizations and others interested in supporting Native people's values. The program focus will be on wetlands management in urban and tribal lands and chemical safety. Through planning sessions, community outreach, workshops and field work, the Program outcomes include creation of a low-cost, academically rich and replicable program whose long-term benefits for Native American youth throughout New England will be: a greater understanding of the value and benefits of America's Great Outdoors; greater confidence in exploring and advocating for natural resources and the benefits they provide; deeper understanding of Native American cultures and their influence on Native people; improved knowledge of the surrounding environment and our individual and collective impact on the environment (particular on wetlands and waterways); knowledge of green careers among Native American communities, laying the foundation for a more robust and diverse environmental workforce and establish a forum for tribal youth to develop into tribal leaders.
$7,00312/31/2015
97438804-1TN Dept of Environment and ConservationLEAD-BASED PAINT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM TDEC

Lead Enforcement Grant under the Toxic Substances Control Act Title IV (Lead) Enforcement Program. The purpose of this grant is to strengthen the State lead-based paint abatement program.
$7,01009/30/2004
98685001-1City of Little RockENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE THROUGH POLLUTION PREVENTION

The purpose of this grant is to provide pollution prevention training to homebuilders (small businesses) and residents. The grant will utilize existing partnerships to build coalitions between the business community and residents to reduce pollution created during home renovation and construction.
$7,02110/01/2002
97365201-0Upper Guyandotte Watershed Association Inc.COMMUNITY STEWARDSHIP INITIATIVE

This grant seeks to provide watershed citizens with meaningful ways to participate in stewardship activities, increase their involvement in watershed management, and renew a sense of pride and ownership of the Upper Guyandotte Watershed Association (UGWA). These goals will be implemented during Guyandotte public meetings, and at small community forums. Citizens will partake in consensus-building activities, learn about watershed management, and the health risks of untreated wastewater. Between the solutions that participants unearth and the solutions the UGWA can offer, citizens will be empowered to clean up their own watershed.
$7,10312/31/2009
97262306-0Collier Services IncENVIRONMENTAL CAREER ODYSSEY

This project provides Monmouth County middle schoolers from traditionally underserved communities the opportunity to participate in a program to increase their knowledge of the environment, develop responsible environmental behavior and expose them to careers in the environment. Participants learn about marine science, forestry, water pollution and habitat destruction. Field trips enhance the outdoor and traditional classroom experiences to foster environmental stewardship.
$7,17409/30/2007
98277801-1University of the Virgin IslandsLINKING VIRGIN ISLANDS GRASS ROOTS TO ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

The Linking Virgin Islands Grass Roots to Environmental Justice project will consist of series of workshops and local initiative projects that will address several environmental justice issues identified through previous community interactions. Specifically, the project will directly impact teachers and leaders from low-income communities and culturally diverse areas within the Virgin Islands through a series of workshops on environmental justice issues. Over the period of seven weeks, the participant group will attend weekly workshops, and each member will be required to develop a community initiative project addressing one of the environmental justice issues discussed. After the workshop series, participants will have six months for the implementation and completion of their community initiative project. At the end of one year, ten new community-based initiatives will be established. Speakers for the workshop series will consist of scientific, planning and outreach specialists within the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
$7,27303/31/2005
97104001-2Northeast Sustainable Energy Association Inc.HABITAT STEWARDS

This program provides environmental educators the training and resources they need to use activities that engage students in problem-solving transportation issues from the curriculum called Earth Smart Travel.
$7,32412/30/2005
97262406-0Pequannock River CoalitionRIVER IN THE CLASSROOM AND WATERSHED DETECTIVES

The Pequannock River Coalition will conduct classroom programs with 4th through 6th grade students in Morris, Sussex and Passaic Counties in New Jersey to teach them about the Pequannock River and its watershed. Students learn about nonpoint source pollution, watershed dynamics and pollution prevention strategies for the Pequannock. Students will determine areas where temperature change has occurred and participate in native planting restorations at sites as a hands-on stewardship project.
$7,39006/30/2007
96454306-0Florida State UniversityENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

The Grantee will incorporate ecological and biological sciences into their existing environmental engineering program. A curriculum on Environmental Ecology, Wetland and Environmental Restoration, and Applied Environmental Microbiology, will be established to provide specialized study in environmental ecology and environmental biology. Grantee will utilize research field facilities for teaching purposes and provide practical experience for students to gather first-hand information regarding environmental restoration applications.
$7,45007/31/2007
98495703-1Catawba Indian NationCATAWBA INDIAN NATION SWMA

NEW AWARD. Develop and implement a backyard composting program on the Catawba Indian Nation Reservation.
$7,49909/30/2005
83340201-0ACS Division of Environmental ChemistrySUPPORT FOR CHEMISTRY FOR A SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLY SYMPOSIA

SMALL GRANT - This conference will provide a forum for drinking water professionals to meet and share research results. The final beneficiaries of this conference will be the citizens served by the public and private utilities that provide drinking water.
$7,50006/30/2007
97192401-0Vermont Rural Water AssociationASSET MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND WORKFORCE

Vermont Rural Water Association provides critical asset management training to help public water systems maintain financial capacity, through the use of EPA�s "Asset Management: A Best Practices Guide" and EPA�s Software Program, "Check Up Program for Small Systems (CUPSS). Additionally, the Cooperative Agreement will support demonstration activities to address future critical workforce issues by introducing the water operator profession to potential water system operators. This Cooperative Agreement will allow the Vermont Rural Water Association to provide Vermont public water systems the necessary tool needed to sustain their operation to meet the standards defined by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and will equip Vermont�s shrinking workforce with the necessary manpower to maintain the long-term delivery of safe drinking water.
$7,50006/30/2009
97693801-0Rio Grande InstituteFORGOTTEN RIVER II: A WORKSHOP ON WATER AND BI-NATIONAL COOPERATION ISSUES

This project is a two-day workshop that will bring together United States and Mexican representatives of federal, state, and local agencies, local farm and ranch enterprises and community organizations to inform, educate and motivate planners and decision makers with an interest in stewardship of the Forgotten River. The Geographic scope of this project is the Rio Grande Border between the Elephant Butte and Amistad reservoirs. There will be a follow-up to this workshop with examination of materials, review of transcripts and notes, and discussion with presenters and participants resulting in the preparation of a Workshop report.
$7,50006/30/2005
98178201-1Coastal America FoundationTHE COASTAL AMERICA NATIONAL

The applicant will utilize grant funds to restore degraded freshwater and saltwater wetlands and other aquatic habitats in New Hampshire. Project activities may include fill removal, channel clearing and enlarging, fish passage construction, and replanting of vegetation.
$7,50011/03/2004
97042901-1Stillaguamish Tribe of IndiansSTILLAQUAMISH WETLAND PROTECTION PROGRAM

This Closeout Amendment confirms the Recipient's final Financial Status Report (FSR) dated November 29, 2004. This amendment deobligates the remaining EPA funds in the amount of $2,483.74 and Recipient costs share in accordance with the final FSR.

THE RECIPIENT'S SIGNATURE IS NOT REQUIRED ON THIS CLOSE OUT AMENDMENT.
$7,51608/31/2004
83189301-0Middlebury CollegeDEMONSTRATING THE FEASIBILITY OF A BIOFUEL-

SMALL GRANT: Demonstrate the feasibility, production and use of biodiesel from waste oil feedstock and bio-based methanol at Middlebury College.
$7,56009/30/2005
97817515-1Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa IndiansTURTLE MOUNTAIN TRIBE LUST FY15-16

This award provides funds to the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa for the oversight and corrective action for petroleum release from underground storage tanks.
$7,64209/30/2016
96506001-1Wheaton Park DistrictWHEATON PARK DISTRICT

This grant will allow the Park District to expand its programming at its Lincoln Marsh to offer sensory experiences to area preschoolers.
$7,68510/01/2004
97380601-1Prince George's County Board of EducationPROJECT TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH MONARCHS

The purpose of Project Teaching and Learning with Monarchs is to train K-12 educators in Prince George's County, MD about the biology, history and ecology of the Monarch Butterfly through the workshop. This growing network instructs teachers on the use of monarch butterflies to teach a variety of concepts and skills, including the need to be responsible stewards of the environment.
$7,72006/01/2011
96427605-0Southeastern Natural Sciences AcademyENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

New Award. This grant will assist The Academy in maximizing their loan box program to the benefit of K-12 education programs. These loan boxes will include well-established curricula such as books, videos, classroom activity supplies, career-related information, critical thinking materials and evaluation tools for teachers in addition to field trips for the students in the area.
$7,72809/30/2006
96454906-1Lincoln Resource Conservation & Dev. Area IncENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM

This project is an environmental educational outreach initiative that will enhance the awareness of local residents on environmental issues through community events, public forums, an agricultural field day trip and teachers workshops for local educators.
$7,76009/30/2008
98745501-1YMCA of the OzarksYMCA OF THE OZARKS - ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROJECT

This project will involve enhancing and expanding the existing environmental education programs at the YMCA. Activities include informative educational signs on roads, walkways, trails, and in buildings; education displays, environmental assessment equipment available for students and teachers to use in the outdoor classrooms. Interpretive materials will enrich the experience of every visitor through learning opportunities and pproximately 40,000 people will participate throughout the year.
$7,78409/30/2005
96944701-0Friends of Ballona WetlandsENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - WOW TEAM PROGRAMS AT THE BALLONA WETLANDS

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $7,812. Preaward costs have been approved back to 09/01/05. The goals of the WOW Team are to teach students about the diverse habits, biology, cultural history, and functions of the Ballona Wetlands. Students first encounter the interactive presentation featuring illustrations, experiments, and activities in the classroom. The students then experience the Ballona Wetlands with all five senses on a guided field trip through the Wetlands' unique habitats where they observe a plethora of wildlife. Hands-on activities such as exploration and observation, experiments, and restoration work at the Wetlands also reinforce key ecological concepts. This educational program reaches approximately 5,000 K-5th grade children across the Los Angeles region each year.
$7,81210/31/2006
98758001-2Center Middle SchoolRESTORATION EDUCATION SERVICE PROJECT

This amendment makes changes for the recipient and gives new project manager information.
$7,91506/30/2007
00J82701-1Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall ReservSHOSHONE-BANNOCK EMF OFF-PLANT

Eastern Michaud Flats (EMF) OFF-PLANT Operable Unit: Activities to support EPA in oversight for investigations, studies and cleanup of the Eastern Michaud Flats (EMF) Superfund Site, Off-Plant Operable Unit (OU). The work plan provides fiscal support for activities associated with ongoing CERCLA work at the EMF Off-Plant OU.
$7,94912/31/2014
96330201-0VA 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.
$7,98409/30/2017
96330301-0VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - L.A. CLARKE & SON (REMEDIAL ACTION OPERABLE UNIT FOUR)

Funds will be used to provide support in the development, regulatory oversight, technical review, and evaluation of the Remedial Action Operable Unit Four which addresses site soils at the L.A. Clarke & Son site.
$7,99209/30/2017
96320201-1DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlMILLSBORO TCE (AOC #2)

Work to be accomplished supports the States participation in providing input to support the regulatory oversight to assist in the evaluation of the attainment of the cleanup standard for the Millsboro Trichloroethylene (TCE) site, participate in meetings, review correspondence, workplans, analytical data and technical documents during the NON-Time Critical (AOC #2 EE/CA) removal phase at the site to ensure levels of site related contaminants are protective of human health and the environment. This site is not on the NPL, a Superfund Alternative Site approach is being taken.
$8,00009/30/2015
98188701-2New Hampshire D.E.S.PROGRAM TO REDUCE HEAVY DUTY DIESEL EMISSIONS AT TRUCK STOPS

NH DES will use the grant funds to inventory and identify truck stops in New Hampshire and to develop an outreach plan to distribute materials about the state's anti-idling law and other strategies to reduce emissions at truck stops
$8,00012/31/2006
96405004-3SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlEPA/STATE JOINT CONFERENCE: RADIONCLIDES: ROCK CORE & ANALYSIS

NO COST EXTENSION BUDGET/PROJECT PERIOD: This action provides the State of South Carolina with a six month extension from 12/15/05 to 05/31/06 to complete the drilling of a rock core and the analysis for naturally occurring radionuclides and geochemistry in ground water affecting public and private drinking water supplies.
$8,00009/30/2006
98187001-1Vermont Agency of Natural ResourcesCLEAN SCHOOL BUS OUTREACH

Vermont will use this grant to conduct outreach and education related to diesel school bus emissions. The outreach will involve a partnership with the New England Asthma Regional Council (ARC). The project will design, produce and distribute outreach materials regarding strategies to reduce emissions from diesel school buses statewide through anti-idling and school bus retrofit projects.
$8,00009/30/2005
97893601-0Spirit Lake TribeSECTION 106 WATER QUALITY MONITORING FUNDS

This project will allow the tribe to build capacity in their water monitoring program by undertaking a number of activities, which may include the use of statistical surveys, improving data management systems, enhancing biological monitoring efforts, expanding monitoring networks, monitoring new water types, and/or obtaining monitoring equipment and laboratory services.
$8,00009/30/2014
98378601-2VA Dept of Environmental QualityDISTRESSED SITES EVALUATION

To promote the redevelopment/re-utilization of abandoned, obsolete, under-utilized, and blighted properties by providing information to existing solid waste facilities via a web accessible database which will include general site information, site specifications, environmental features, utilities, transportation, ownership, and environmental history.
$8,00001/14/2005
97812501-0MT Department of Environmental Quality2005 CHILDREN'S REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SUMMIT

Provides funds to Montana Department of Environmental Quality for hosting the 2005 Children's Regional Environmental Summit, to be held in Helena, Montana, August 3-4, 2005.
$8,00012/31/2005
96316201-0DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - STANDARD CHLORINE/METACHEM OU-1 RA

Funds will be used for support agency activities at the Standard Chlorine/Metachem site during the Remedial Action of Operable Unit One site. The activities include the review of correspondence, technical documents, status reports, and monitoring results associated with operation and maintenance at the site.
$8,00009/30/2015
97167401-0Massachusetts D.F.W. & E.L.ESPATIAL-TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF WATER TEMPERATURE

The objective of this study is to characterize the spatial and temporal dynamics of stream water temperatures in headwater basins over a one year period.
Water temperature in streams is an important component of water quality affecting physical, chemical and biological processes. This project will identify the degree of variability in water temperature that exists in the headwaters of streams. An improved understanding of stream water temperature dynamics will improve the ability to designate streams as cold water or warm water resources in Massachusetts. This information will help to facilitate the designation of streams and help prevent adverse temperature impacts to these streams.
$8,00004/03/2009
96800601-0Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa IndiansTURTLE MOUNTAIN LAKES ASSESSMENT FY13

This project will allow states, tribes, and interstate organizations to build capacity in their water monitoring programs by undertaking a number of activities, which may include the use of statistical surveys, improving data management systems, enhancing biological monitoring efforts, expanding monitoring networks, monitoring new water types, and/or obtaining montiroing equipment and laboratory services.
$8,00009/30/2014
96651301-0Pueblo of Santa ClaraSANTA CLARA LAKE SURVEY

EPA's in-kind assistance of $8000 will provide water quality sampling and data analysis for the Pueblo of Santa Clara's lake by use of EPA's national contractor.
$8,00009/30/2008
97818501-0Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaNATIONAL LAKE SURVEY

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction, and elimination of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$8,00009/09/2008
96420405-0Greenville County Dept. of Public WorksGREENVILLE CTY SC, IMPROVING AIR QUALITY

NEW AWARD: This action provides $8,000 in federal funds and $3,000 in recipient funds to convert the Greenville County Health Department #2 fuel oil boiler to natural gas.
$8,00003/31/2005
96642101-2Texas Comptroller of Public AccountsENERGY EDUCATION

The Energy Education curriculum program goal is to improve Texas teachers' understanding of the nature and extent of energy and its resources, energy conservation and efficiency, and the economic and environmental effects of energy use, alternative energy technologies, and to increase awareness of alternative energy in their communities thru stewardship in teachers and students critical-thinking, problem-solving investigations in Texas Education Agency approved workshops held in Regional Education Centers, universities, conference centers, museums,on multiple web sites and free curriculum CDs will be made available to teachers and groups or organizations that sponsor workshops-ready materials for teachers of general, physical, biological, environmental science, and integrated physics and chemistry. Lesson plans will be correlated to state educational standards for grades 6-12. Workshops target 6-12th grade teachers and district-level curriculum specialists.
$8,00009/28/2008
98757401-1Cheney Lake Watershed IncNUTRIENT CYCLING DECISIONS FOR CLEAN WATER

This amendment will extend the budget and project period for this grant to help watershed farmers develop and practice decision-making skills for nutrient management and protection of soil and water quality.
$8,02312/31/2006
96995501-0NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - NV MERCURY DEPOSITION NETWORK

The purpose of this project is to support the Nevada Mercury Deposition Network. This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $8,084.
$8,08412/31/2009
83353601-0St Lawrence UniversityPHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR CELL USING PLANT CHLOROPHYLL

SMALL GRANT - Because of the demand for a cheap, efficient, clean and renewable energy source, photovoltaic (PV) cells have emerged as a viable energy source, and a promising material for their manufacture is chlorophyll. PV cells show great potential for developing widely available and practical non-fossil fuel-based energy. Proposed is the study of the viability of producing chlorophyll-based solar cells as a supplement to ‘grid� electricity.
$8,08908/29/2008
97303501-2MaST Community Charter SchoolSTORMWATER RUNOFF AND BIOTREATMENT DESIGN PROJECT

Environmental science students will evaluate a problem on their school's property - The state of storm water runoff conditions- and subsequently design strategies to address it. The project seeks to engage the students in a complex environmental issue with competing demands (e.g. parking space vs. green space) and to help them design a solution that will balance these needs. It will show them methods to develop sound data on which they can assess all sides of the question, and then allow them to think creatively about possible solutions.
$8,11801/15/2006
97324201-0The Village of Arts and HumanitiesTHE PLOT TO PLANET ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT PROJECT

The Village of Arts and Humanities, Inc. (VOAAH) project will provide a hands-on urban gardening experience for inner city children and youth. The goal is to develop stewards of the natural environment at a young age. Participants will learn about the impact of litter, water and air pollution, soil erosion and habitat loss through the cultivation of an inner city garden through all phases of the growth cycle from seed to harvest.
$8,24008/31/2006
97304301-1Camp Kum-Ba-Yah IncENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AT CAMP KUM-BA-YAH

The project will offer the recipient's facility and a quality environmental education program to community schools in which students will participate in full day field work studies outdoors, observing, participating in group activities and experiencing first hand the issues and problems confronting this community with regard to protecting and preserving the rapidly shrinking natural habitat and balance upon which all life depends. The program is designed to accommodate up to 60 students per day.
$8,28006/01/2005
97031701-1OR Assoc. of Clean Water Agencies2002, 2003, AND 2004 PACIFIC NORTHWEST PRETREATMENT CONFERENCES

Provide pretreatment training for municipal personnel in the Pacific Northwest involved in developing and implementing pretreatment programs.
$8,28312/01/2004
97490805-0Agricultural Aviation Board of MississippiMS AG AVIATION CERTIFICATION

This agreement is to support the continued licensing and certification/recertification of aerial pesticide applicators in the State of Mississippi and related glyphosate sampling analysis. Well trained and motivated applicators make fewer misapplications, thus preventing pesticide exposure to humans and protecting water resources.
$8,29309/30/2005
98892301-1City of LaramieCITY OF LARAMIE

Grant will support a community pollution prevention outreach and education project, which will constitute a community-based approach to pollution prevention and clean up program.
$8,31604/30/2005
96143901-0Aroostook Band Of MicmacsPESTICIDE WORKER SAFETY AND IPM PROJECT

This grant will assist the Aroostook Band of Micmacs to comply with the pesticide worker protection standard and implement Integrated Pest Management (IPM) at the Tribal farm through the following activities which will be performed by the Tribe's exisitng farm manager. Identify and procure training materials for hands-on pesticide worker protection training for 10 Tribal members and staff (personal protective, equipment, signage, log books, etc). Throughout the sourse of the 24 week growing season (May-October), provide appropriate hands-on pesticides safety training to Tribal members and staff.
$8,39712/31/2012
96944601-0Community Env CouncilENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - TEACHER TRAINING SERIES

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $8,410. Total approved project cost is $11,565. The Community Environmental Council's Teacher Training Series will address the interconnectedness of environmental systems with a focus on waste reduction and water quality issues which are of specific importance to the Santa Barbara community. CEC will conduct nine teacher training workshops and field trips, training approximately 80 teachers, student teachers, and non-formal educators. These educators will transmit the knowledge gained in the workshops and field trips to thousands of students over the course of their teaching careers. The Series will provide information, curriculum, methodologies and resources for teaching environmental eduction in such areas as service learning, waste reduction, water quality, school gardens and composting techniques.
$8,41009/30/2006
97303301-1Owen J. Roberts School DistrictSCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE OF WETLANDS RESTORATION EFFECTIVENESS

The project will give 540 high school students an opportunity to scientifically evaluate the effects of two wetlands restoration techniques used at the Century Oaks Farm. The 250 year old family farm was degrading the wetlands habitat of the Welkinweir Preserve by nutrient and sediment loading and steambank collapse due to livestock free access. Working with the Green Valleys Association (GVA) headquartered at the Welkinweir Preserve and with the Penn State Cooperative Wetlands Center, the students will provide scientific evidence of the effectiveness of the nutrient containment, buffer fencing and buffer re-vegetation projects implemented at the Century Oaks Farm during 2002.
$8,47107/30/2005
96313101-0DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - ARMY CREEK RA OU2

This project will provide support during the Long Term groundwater Response and Operations & Maintenance (O&M) activities at the site and review data and summary reports related to the feasiblity and design of a solar array on top of the site.
$8,49003/31/2016
96142401-0Passamaquoddy Tribe Pleasant PointMOLD SAFETY VIDEO PRODUCTION FOR TRIBAL HOMES

The Passamaquoddy Tribe of Pleasant Point (PPP) will conduct this project to protect the tribal members from the serious dangers of mold; and how to manage their homes to reduce mold from occurring.
$8,50004/30/2012
96329001-0MD Dept of the EnvironmentSACA - KANE & LOMBARD (RI/FS OU2)

Funds will be used to provide support in the development, regulatory oversight, technical review and evaluation of an effective Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study for Operable Unit Two to address the contaminated groundwater at the Kane & Lombard site.
$8,50009/30/2017
96612101-0Botanical Research Institute of TexasENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE YOUTH MENTORING PROGRAM

Provides opportunities for minority and economically disadvantaged students to work with professionals to identify relevant environmental issues.
$8,54309/30/2006
98276802-2New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionOUTREACH TO NJ CITIZENS TO REDUCE MERCURY RELEASES FROM PRODUCTS IN STATE

A Grant Agreement is provided to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to develop information materials describing the ways that citizens can reduce mercury releases to the environment by selecting mercury-free and reduced mercury products.
$8,61112/31/2004
00J47901-1Ugashik VillageUGASHIK VILLAGE HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

The funding will be used for building supplies to construct a drop off building for the collection and storage of labeled drums of used oil and antifreeze.
$8,62509/30/2013
97284504-0Seton Hall UniversitySUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ROUNDTABLE

The Sustainable Communities Roundtable is a model outreach program whose goal is to educate the public about environmental and health issues in Northern New Jersey. The Roundtable will address environmental issues that include urban and suburban sprawl versus open space preservation, transportation and air pollution and watershed management. The panel/roundtable members will include scientists, government officials, and representatives of community-based organizations and industry.
$8,77506/30/2006
96586601-0River Raisin InstituteRIVER RAISIN INSTITUTE - ENV. EDUCATION

Teachers and students will be trained in water quality analysis.
$8,79006/30/2006
97710801-1Flint Hills RC&D CouncilCLARKS CREEK WATERSHED SOIL TESTING

This project will teach farmers within the Clarks Creek Watershed about long term soil testing to reduce the amount of nitrogen and phosphorous that runs off cropland fields into surface waters. Farmers will receive assistance from the county extension service with taking soil tests, submitting them for testing and help with interpreting the results. Farmers will learn how to apply the proper amounts of fertilizer to balance soil fertility needs and reducing excess application that can contribute to run off and water quality issues.
$8,79006/30/2011
97263101-0Long Island Envirothon Ltd.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

This grant supports the participation of high school students in New York's Nassau and Suffolk Counties in an annual environmental education competition. Envirothon participants study and compete in a program to demonstrate what they have learned in aquatics, forestry, soils, wildlife and current environmental issues. Their involvement in the program fosters interest in environmental careers and develops environmental stewardship.
$8,80106/30/2007
96587301-0Springs Valley Community SchoolsSPRINGS VALLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

Junior and High school students will study local water quality both in the classroom and in the field.
$8,84006/02/2006
97315001-1The Partnership Transportation Mgmt AssociationSUBURBAN AIR QUALITY

This award provides $25,000 for the applicant project to study air quality in several communities in Southeastern Pennsylvania, with focus on a regional transportation corridor that spans suburban communities from an older, more diverse and lower than median income municipality to a newer, higher income and less diverse municipality. The study will train elementary through high school students (a population diversity of 10-25% non-white) and employ them in collecting air sampling data. The study will determine whether improved air quality associated with newer, less diverse, higher income municipalities is fact or myth along the Southeastern Pennsylvania regional transportation corridor. The findings of this study will be used by regional planning entities.
$8,84409/30/2005
96637501-1Guadalupe-Blanco River AuthorityNON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION PUBLIC OUTREACH CAMPAIGN

Conduct a public outreach campaign, including demonstrative use of a Guadalupe River Basin Watershed Model. This will educate both school-age children and the general citizenry about non-point source pollution and the impact that their actions can have on water quality. Students will be reached through school room demonstrations and field trip experiences with area science and environmental centers. Teacher workshops will be conducted to address non-point source pollution. In addition, written materials and model demonstrations will be conducted at PTA, civic club, homeowners association, Earth Day, Household Waste Disposal, and other environmental meetings throughout the area of the Guadalupe River Basin.
$8,90006/30/2008
83395101-0DavisGREEN ROOF SUSTAINABILITY IN ARID CONDITIONS

The researchers will investigate, evaluate, and quantify any energy reduction attained through the use of an extensive green roof set in Phoenix, Arizona. Results will be obtained through an experimental process using an accurately scaled-down model of a multi-story commercial building. Temperature and relative humidity data will be collected using type-K thermocouples and data loggers. A cost-benefit economic analysis will be conducted for the green-roof and traditional roof using the experimental data.
$8,91508/14/2009
97326801-1Rockbridge County Public SchoolsSUSTAINABLE LIVING FOR ALL TIMES

Sixth grade students at the Maury River Middle School will be trained as student leaders through learning teams. These teams will develop a model for a sustainable living community, illustrating sustainable living practices. The students will share the model with participating student in grades 1-6 and the public to make them aware of the human impact on natural resources. All teachers involved in the project will attend a one-day workshop at Boxerwood Nature Center prior to the project's implementation in the schools to provide them with science content that they will use in their own classrooms to reinforce environmental education.
$8,92606/30/2006
00J05301-0City of HaileyJUST BAG IT

The purpose of this project is reducing the generation of municipal solid waste sent to landfills by reducing the use of plastic bags. Just Bag It! proposes to reduce the use of plastic bags at grocery stores and other merchant locations that provide plastic bags to customers, throughout the city of Hailey.
$8,94301/31/2011
97817513-0Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa IndiansTURTLE MOUNTAIN LUST FY13

This award provides funds to theTurtle Mountain Tribe for the oversight and corrective action for petroleum release from underground storage tanks.
$8,95009/30/2013
97817513-0Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa IndiansTURTLE MOUNTAIN LUST FY13

This award provides funds to theTurtle Mountain Tribe for the oversight and corrective action for petroleum release from underground storage tanks.
$8,95009/30/2013
97817514-0Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa IndiansTURTLE MOUNTAIN LUST FY14

This award provides funding to the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Tribe for the oversight and corrective action for petroleum release from underground storage tanks.
$8,95009/30/2014
97300001-3Baltimore City Health DepartmentIN-HOME ASTHMA EDUCATION

To reduce the frequency and severity of asthma episodes in children by assessing air quality as an in-home asthma trigger and providing the target families with assessment specific education and mitigation of such triggers.
$8,95306/30/2006
98391401-1Glenville State CollegeINQUIRY-BASED LEARNING AND THE GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE LITTLE KANAWHA WATERSHED PROJECT

The objective is to revise the educational goals of the laboratory component of the general biology course as well as expand the environmental science research opportunities for undergraduates at Glenville State College.
$8,95906/01/2004
97269201-0New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionWASTEWATER SECURITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE TRAINING

This grant agreement will assist the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in conducting workshops to train wastewater systems personnel on enhancing the security of their treatment facilities. Implementing such security measures will reduce the possibility of losses in wastewater treatment and, hence, the environmental damage and risk to public health, due to terrorist threats.
$9,00012/31/2006
97883401-1Spirit Lake Sioux TribeLABOR MANAGEMENT COOPERATION PROGRAM

This award provides funding for establishing the core program for the Tribal UST unit which will provide information to the community, owners/operators, and monitoring of requirements of daily operations and annual tests for USTs located within the Reservation boundary.
$9,00003/31/2011
96005901-1Homer Soil & Water Conservation DistrictTRAINING ALASKA'S YOUTH: A NATURAL RESOURCE CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

This project is to design and implement an environmental and natural resource field career development module to be tested in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District grades 9-12 Natural Resources Technology classes. The curriculum is specific to Alaska's unique environmental and natural resource career needs and can be offered as a model program that could be implemented across Alaska by other school districts and education organizations.
$9,00012/31/2006
97806504-0Standing Rock Sioux Tribal CouncilSTANDING ROCK C: 04

This award provides funds to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe for the oversight and corrective action from petroleum releases from tanks.
$9,00009/30/2010
00879806-0Oglala Sioux Tribal CouncilPESTICIDE PROGRAM INITIATIVES

This program provides resources to assist federally-recognized tribes for safer use of pesticides, including worker protection, certification, and training of pesticide applicators, protection of endangered speciies, tribal pesticide programs, integrated pest management and environmental stewardship.
$9,00009/30/2006
96137101-2Mystic River Watershed Association Inc.MYSTIC RIVER WATERSHED STORMWATER EDUCATION PROGRAM

The project involves 5 community groups that represent various geographic regions of the Mystic River Watershed. Through interaction and training activities, the organizations will expose and train several youth leaders on watershed science and stormwater issues. During the term of the cooperative agreement, these students will work within their schools and communities to create school-based Mystic River environmental teams. The proposed grantee will host workshops/demonstrations for the environmental teams that focus on river assessment and stormwater. As a result of this program, team will work within their community to raise awareness about stormwater and river ecology as well as create a final project that will lead to larger understanding and interest in the river itself.
$9,00008/30/2012
83042101-3University of CincinnatiGIVING RIGOR TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT-

SMALL GRANT - The purpose of the grant is for the University to conduct a series of forums on the theories, models, methods, and techniques needed for the adoption of sustainable development applications and practices.
$9,00012/31/2007
00F93701-0University of TX Health Science Ctr of San AntonioASTHMA DAY CAMPS CREATE ASTHMA FRIENDLY HOMES

To educate children diagnosed with asthma and their families about asthma symptoms, triggers and how important it is to keep their home asthma friendly with a focus on sustaining change that will improve their asthma health.
$9,00009/30/2016
96944501-1Los Angeles County Education FoundationENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - PILOT NEW PROGRAM "EARTH WORKS - CAREERS THAT SERVE THE PLANET"

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $9,000. The Foundation proposes to pilot a new program, "Earth Works - Careers that Serve the Planet." The purpose is to educate 10th and 11th grade students about "careers that serve the planet" such as forestry and atmospheric, space, and earth sciences. Through the use of the property known as Blue Sky Meadow in the San Bernardino Mountains, Earth Works will address crosscutting topics via presentations by career professtionals, small-group work emphasizing local environmental issues, field study, and service learning projects such as habitat improvement/modification or native plant restoration. Through interactive discussions, written materials and guided activities, students will learn how to create and achieve their academic and vocational goals, including the steps that lead to careers in geology, meteorology, astronomy, teaching, environmental engineering, and forest management.
$9,00006/30/2007
83248601-0Drexel UniversityDESIGN OF A TRAP GREASE UPGRADER FOR FUEL PROCESSING - PHASE1

SMALL GRANT - This projects aims to use waste cooking grease catured from grease traps as a feedstock to produce biodiesel.
$9,06508/31/2006
98775001-1Chadron State College Physical and Life SciencesENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP OF STREAMS IN N.W- NE

This amendment extends the budget and project period until July 31, 2007 to complete project asoociated with award and changes the telephone number for the Las Vegas Contact.
$9,06707/31/2007
83432601-0Purdue University Main CampusREDUCE WATER USE & POLLUTION IN CORN MASA PRODCTN

The primary goal of this project is to minimize water consumption and pollution during the processing of maize (corn) into masa in a way that does not adversely affect the quality of the masa product.
$9,11208/14/2010
97303201-1The Schuylkill Center for Environmental EducationMANAYUNK WATERSHED EDUCATION & PROTECTION PROGRAM

Sixty students from two middle schools in the Manayunk neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania will participate in a series of classroom lessons, field trips, community outreach and a hands-on water protection project. Through this environmental education experience, they will increase their awareness and knowledge about water quality, and have the opportunity to benefit their watershed and improve the water quality of the Schuylkill river. Through outreach efforts, students will in turn become teachers, educating other students in their own schools, their family members, and members of their community about ways in which people can change their behavior in order to protect their drinking water.
$9,21306/30/2005
96919101-0Art From ScrapENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - GREEN SCHOOLS TEACHER TRAINING WORKSHOPS

Art From Scrap (AFS) will expand their Green Schools program by conducting six Organic Gardening and two Composting workshops for teachers in Santa Barbara County. Through organic gardening, they'll be able to teach their students nontoxic methods of pest control to protect creek and ocean water quality, reduce solid waste by composting, conserve soil & water through cover crops and mulch, and the dangers of common chemical pesticides and fertilizers that many adults rely on for every day gardening.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $9,249. Total approved project cost is $13,909. Preaward costs have been approved back to October 1, 2008.
$9,24912/31/2009
83393701-0Butte-Glenn Community College DistrictFROM THE SOURCE-TAP WATER AS A SUS ALTERNATIVE

A student administered water assessment survey on campus, coupled with a public education campaign on the benefits of using tap water and on-site filtrations systems will be performed. A key objective will be to understand the costs of transporting bottled water, vs. on-site usage that reduces the overall carbon footprint of the college. An evaluation will determine the results of the survey, student perceptions, and reduction in the waste stream of water bottles. A web-based instructional packet will be developed and distributed.
$9,25508/14/2009
96979201-0Mono Lake CommitteeENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - WATERSHED PROGRAMS

The Mono County Eastern Sierra Watershed Program (MCESWP) will educate Mono County sixth graders about healthy riparian ecosystems, encourage stewardship of local watersheds, and expose the students to a range of environmental careers. MCESWP will work with the teachers during classroom visits before taking the students out on all-day field trips to their local creeks to participate in a range of data-collecting activities. The target audience will gain necessary tools to make informed decisions about their personal behavior and its impact on their local environmental area.
$9,26107/31/2007
97323401-0Delaware Center for Horticulture IncSTRONG ROOTS TO STRONG SHOOTS PROGRAM

"Strong Roots to Strong Shoots" is an 8-week pilot program with an organized curriculum in 2005 for children ages 10-13 centered around a community garden. The program will explore gardening, environmental issues and community stories. This will provide opportunities for adults and youth to engage in environmental and ecological activities in an urban setting, e.g. edible landscapes, soils and compost, building raised beds and window boxes, thereby strengthening community bonds.
$9,26710/31/2006
83470201-1Rowan UniversityPEANUT SHELL FUEL FOR THE GAMBIA

The primary goal of this project is to design and implement a device that compacts peanut hulls into burnable briquettes, for the people of Gambia.
$9,30008/14/2012
96455006-1Mason County School DistrictENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT - "TRAILWAYS" NATURE TRAIL

To provide funding for a "Trailways" project which will establish an outdoor classroom and nature trail on school grounds that will bring high-quality environmental education to students, school personnel and the community.
$9,30304/30/2008
97274005-1New Jersey Marine Sciences ConsortiumBIOLOGY OF THE HUDSON RARITAN ESTUARY

This agreement supports the New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium's project to provide training and professional development for high school teachers from New Jersey and New York on the biology of the Hudson Raritan Estuary to acquire knowledge and skills on sustainability and its application to the coastal zone. The goal is to reach 20 teachers who will use the program strategies in their classrooms to teach local students about the environment, sustainability science and integrated coastal management. An additional 36 teachers will receive professional development in sustainable coastal zone science.
$9,30606/30/2008
98360301-2James Madison UniversityTHE NATIONAL ATMOSPHERICA DEPOSITION PROGRAM

This award provides funds to support information, data and water samples for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program on the pH levels, and ammonia content of the rainfall collected at the James Madison University.
$9,32306/17/2004
96003701-0Takshanuk Watershed CouncilNATURE STUDIES OUTDOOR EDUCATION EXPANSION

The project is to integrate watershed field studies into the school's science curriculum for grades 3 through 8. Teachers are to be trained in the techniques and concepts of watershed sciences. Part of the expanded curriculum is to take the teachers and students on local field trips that focus on environmental research methods.
$9,32506/30/2006
83351101-0Pierce CollegeSMALL GRANT - A METHOD TO CONVERT GREEN AND ANIMAL WASTE

Two problem wastes—animal and green—will be combined to form a product to be utilized as both an agricultural product and/or a carbon neutral energy source. Through laboratory experiments, methods of production and product performance will be evaluated.
$9,33009/02/2008
96454806-0Mississippi's Lower Delta PartnershipENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

This project will host a field trip opportunity to area fourth graders [approx 3500] that will expose the students to a variety of conservation related topics and careers all of which impact the black bear habitat and population in the Mississippi delta. By rotating through a series of presentations, hands-on demonstrations and interactive activities presented by natural resource professionals, students will learn about bear habitat, population, protection, monitoring and efforts to return the black bear to MS.
$9,36009/28/2007
96454806-0Mississippi's Lower Delta PartnershipENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

This project will host a field trip opportunity to area fourth graders [approx 3500] that will expose the students to a variety of conservation related topics and careers all of which impact the black bear habitat and population in the Mississippi delta. By rotating through a series of presentations, hands-on demonstrations and interactive activities presented by natural resource professionals, students will learn about bear habitat, population, protection, monitoring and efforts to return the black bear to MS.
$9,36009/28/2007
96567701-0Big Bay de Noc School DistrictBIG BAY DE NOC SCHOOL DISTRICT - ENVIRO ED

The Big Bay de Noc School District and the Garden township combined own 18 acres of wooded wetland with 1,500 feet of shoreline on Big Bay de Noc, Lake Michigan. The project will retain a landscape architectural and an environmental planning firm to develop a design for the environment based learning setting.
$9,37507/01/2007
97097201-1Portland State UniversityELECTRONIC PRODUCT STEWARDSHIP

This grant provides support to the Facilitation Team for the the Electronics Product Stewardship Advisory Committee which was created by the Oregon Legislature and charged with developing recommendations on a wide range of issues related to reusing and recycling electronic products.

This grant approves the workplan as amended on October 7, 2004.
$9,39601/31/2005
83431701-1New Mexico Institute of Mining & TechnologyDESIGN & FABRICATION OF A REDUCED COST HELIOSTAT

This project�s primary goal is to develop a more cost-effective and mobile heliostat for optimizing solar energy collection. A heliostat tracks the sun to capture solar energy.
$9,41508/14/2011
96585001-0Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa IndiansLITTLE TRAVERSE BAY BANDS OF ODAWA INDIANS - FY 06

LTBB will provide oversight of the removal/field activities at the Bay Harbor Superfund site. Proposed activities include review and comment on technical documents, public outreach efforts, attendance at meetings, and efforts to catalog and assess impacts to cultural and natural resources.
$9,42502/28/2007
98844801-1Northern Arapahoe TribeENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANTS

Develop public information materials and environmental policies for activity pertaining to clean water and safe drinking water.
$9,42709/30/2002
83393801-0Lone Star College-KingwoodWASTE & WATER MANAGEMENT RESEARCH -- PHILIPPINES

The project will develop an integrated waste and water management system for a newly-built rural community in the Philippines. The student team will develop an economical methodology for solid waste management and wastewater treatment to reduce water pollution and diseases related to water-borne sources. It will also investigate strategies for grey water use, biosolid production and use, water roof recycling systems for rain collection, and making marketable reuse/recycling of municipal solid waste.
$9,44008/14/2009
97275705-1Newton Marasco FoundationBRINGING ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FROM THE CLASSROOM TO THE FIELD

The Newton Marasco Foundation, in partnership with Central High School, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, will conduct an environmental education program to educate students about the wetlands of St. Croix and develop their commitment to environmental stewardship. Students will conduct field studies and study the impacts of land use decisions. Experts will teach students how to study wetlands and act as research mentors. The Foundation provides guidance, curricular materials, leadership, naturalist experts, and incentives, including course credit, to enable students to complete and continue their study of the environment.
$9,44304/30/2008
83249801-0Tufts UniversityAPPLICATION OF BIORETENTION, NATIVE PLANTS AND LOW IMPACT STORM WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

SMALL GRANT. The project will develop designs and strategies for implementing bioretentive landscapes using native plants on Tufts University campus. This can lead to reductions in erosion and runoff as well as reduce demand on the watershed for irrigational purposes. This will all contribute to improved water quality and a reduction in the human health effects associated with exposure to degraded water.
$9,44409/30/2006
97148101-1Hitchcock Center for the EnvironmentRIVERVIEW - A CURRENT LOOK AT THE SAWMILL RIVER

The Riverview Project brings 120 elementary students into contact with a local habitat, the Sawmill River and its watershed. Students and teachers learn through direct contact about local habitat, pollution causes and solutions, resource conservations, and plant and wildlife habitat protection in the watershed.
$9,46806/30/2007
97148101-1Hitchcock Center for the EnvironmentRIVERVIEW - A CURRENT LOOK AT THE SAWMILL RIVER

The Riverview Project brings 120 elementary students into contact with a local habitat, the Sawmill River and its watershed. Students and teachers learn through direct contact about local habitat, pollution causes and solutions, resource conservations, and plant and wildlife habitat protection in the watershed.
$9,46806/30/2007
96553401-1Grand Valley State UniversityDELISTING TARGETS FOR MICHIGAN AREAS OF CONCERN - GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY- GLNPO FY04 PROJECT

The applicant will develop delisting targets for the Muskegon and White Lake Areas of Concern in Michigan.
$9,47212/31/2006
83472901-0DavisBIOENERGY PRODUCTION FROM SUGAR BEETS

The goal of this project is to design an integrated, efficient biological system that can be used to convert sugar beets into biofuel and bioenergy.
$9,48608/14/2011
97124701-0Groundwork Providence Inc.GROUNDWORK PROVIDENCE

GWP�s Education team, consisting of 7 underserved high school age youth, partnering with Providence Neighborhood Planting Program and RI Tree Council develop activities and hands-on service projects to teach the importance of clean, safe, and beautified neighborhoods to elementary-middle school children and neighborhood groups. The E-team youth and 60 elementary and middle school children work throughout the summer and academic year on the environmental stewardship tree program. The goals of this project are to create, develop, and implement tree steward program through weekly meetings with the elementary-middle school students, create a similar program for neighborhood groups receiving street tree grants, develop plans for sustainable tree plantings surrounding the schools where they teach, and lead tree plantings in school yards and neighborhoods where they work.
$9,49708/30/2006
98297103-1New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionMERCURY SWITCH PILOT PROGRAM

NJDEP will remove mercury switches from the state government motor fleet and will send them to a permitted recycling facility. This project will aid in decreasing mercury, which is a persistent bioaccumulative toxic (PBT) chemical, emission into the environment by removing it from car switches before going to scrap yards for decommissioning. These facilities compress cars and emit pollutants in the process.
$9,50002/28/2006
96319801-0DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - STANDARD CHLORINE/METACHEM OU-3 RD

Work to be accomplished supports the States participation at Standard Chlorine Metachem site during the Remedial Design Operable Unit 3 phase. The activities include implementation of 2010 Record of Decision which will remediate contaminated soils through capping, collection of vapors emanating from the soil and final site structure demolition, review of correspondence, technical documents, status reports and monitoring results associated with operation and maintenance at the site.
$9,50009/30/2015
97323501-0The Pennsylvania State UniversitySPHERES! (SCIENCE PROGRAMMING HERE, SCOUTS!) AT THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY DELAWARE COUNTY.

The SPHERES! project will provide hands-on, authentic field and laboratory science experiments to Brownies and Girl Scouts during badge events (science or technology related badges). The project will allow the participants whose ages range from 6 to 11 to become active environmental scientists through the use of handheld science equipment, hypothesis formation, data collection and processing, and analysis and communication of results.
$9,53507/31/2006
98275202-1Edison Wetlands Association Inc.TECHNICAL ASSISTSANCE GRANT - HORSESHOE ROAD SITE

Edison Wetlands Association, Inc. will use funds to help the community affected by the Horseshoe Road Superfund site to understand: 1) information contained in EPA technical documents related to hazardous waste site cleanup and; 2) the issues and decisions that need to be made related to site cleanup. An independent technical advisor(s) will be procured by Edison Wetlands Association, Inc. to review and inform the community on EPA documents related to the site cleanup. The technical advisor�s information will be shared with the rest of the community, and will aid the community in preparating public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process.
$9,54312/31/2004
96003801-1Portland State UniversityWALKING SOFTLY

The project is to create a four-day summer workshop, "Walking Softly," to train K-12 teachers who do field based curriculum to incorporate low impact protocols, thereby reducing potential damage to fragile urban ecosystems from high-density usage. Prior to the workshop, an in-class activity will be designed to increase student awareness of their impact on the environment during field trips. This workshop will introduce teachers to the in-class activity, model low impact usage through "case study" field trips, show K-12 teachers accessible natural spaces available for field trips near their schools, share field based curriculum, and provide follow-up assessment of workshop impact.
$9,55008/31/2007
96106001-0Hopkinton Independent SchoolDIMOND HILL FARM HOPKINTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

Diamond Hill Farm Hopkinton Independents School educates students in preK-8th grade on sustainable food systems through their school lunch program and a local farm. The sustainable food systems program includes a diverse crop variety. Students are introduced to a wider variety of fresh local produce and the hands-on working knowledge of vegetable production. The students also learn about plant life, soil consistency, and a good environment necessary to produce food and crops.
$9,56908/01/2011
83248801-0Clarkson UniversityBIODIESEL AS A SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE TO PETROLEUM DIESEL IN SCHOOL BUSSES

Small Grant- The objective of this study is to conduct feasibility study to examine the use of locally produced biodiesel as an alternative replacement fuel for the school busses as well as complete a systematic evaluation of the range of children's exposure to diesel and biodiesel exhaust emissions in a cold climate in rural Northern New York State.
$9,58808/31/2006
83248801-0Clarkson UniversityBIODIESEL AS A SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE TO PETROLEUM DIESEL IN SCHOOL BUSSES

Small Grant- The objective of this study is to conduct feasibility study to examine the use of locally produced biodiesel as an alternative replacement fuel for the school busses as well as complete a systematic evaluation of the range of children's exposure to diesel and biodiesel exhaust emissions in a cold climate in rural Northern New York State.
$9,58808/31/2006
83249901-0Iowa State UniversityDRINKING WATER DISINFECTION USING A UV/PHOTOCATALYST

SMALL GRANT - The objective of this project is to develop a small-scale sustainable water disinfection technology requiring minimum treatment time. The technology to be developed will be simple, sustainable, and appropriate for implementation in the Kamuli district of Uganda. The system will be based on ultraviolet light from solar sources with the addition of a titanium oxide photocatalyst.
$9,60010/01/2006
97324301-0The Pennsylvania State UniversityENHANCING TEACHER KNOWLEDGE OF AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS ON PLANT HEALTH

To enhance K-12 teacher knowledge of the effects of air pollution on plant health through a one-day, on-site, hands-on workshop. This workshop is designed to provide background information on air pollution and its effects on plants, demonstrate air pollution-induced injury on plants, and enhance critical thinking on environmental variables and subsequent plant responses through data analysis of recorded ozone levels and the occurrence of plant injury symptoms to sensitive plants.
$9,67106/30/2007
83350601-0Virginia State UniversityCOMPARISONS OF ENGINES OPERATED ON CANOLA

SMALL GRANT- This project will compare fuel consumption rates, tail pipe emissions, and engine wear for diesel-powered electrical generators operating on biodiesel fuel. The fuel will be derived from a canola oil feedstock that can be grown, converted to fuel, and used on a single farm, which would improve the self-sustainability of such farms. This research aims to demonstrate the connection between utilization of biodiesel and the self-sustainability of small scale farms.
$9,67410/07/2008
83319301-1Duquesne UniversityINTERACTIVE PLANNING TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING

SMALL GRANT-To initiate a unique process to begin the task of redesigning local zoning ordinances.
$9,68308/31/2008
97328601-1Newton Marasco FoundationFIELD IT: BRINGING ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FROM THE CLASSROOM TO THE FIELD

The "Field It" project will augment existing environmental curriculum for 100 - 120 11th and 12th grade students by exposing them to a full range of cross cutting and media specific environmental science and research topics. The students will experience environmental issues first hand through workshops, field trips, guest speaker programs, and will also be afforded a scholarship opportunity. The program is designed to ignite the imagination of students to encourage critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork. "Field It" will instill an awareness, passion and interest in environmental issues, and will encourage students to pursue environmental studies and careers through these real life experiences.
$9,68806/30/2006
83394301-1Lehigh UniversityMULTI-DISCIPLINARY PLATFORM FOR WATER SYS-HONDURAS

Students from Lehigh University are currently working to improve the quantity and quality of drinking water in Pueblo Nuevo, Honduras. The town currently has a water distribution system; however the supply of water is inadequate, unreliable, and contaminated with microorganisms. Design improvements to the water system will include a slow sand filter, hypochlorinator, storage tank, and renovated piping network.
$9,70008/14/2010
83432701-1The Pennsylvania State UniversityDESIGN AN ENGINE-GENERATOR FOR THE RURAL POOR

The primary goal of this project is to design and fabricate a sustainable energy-generator system that would run off of local biodiesel to provide electrical power to households in Kenya.
$9,72008/14/2011
96673101-0Parents as Teachers National Center Inc.PARENTS AS TEACHERS NAT. CTR.-FOR ARK

Parents as Teachers conducts a workshop titled “Neurotoxins: Their Effects on Development, Learning and Behavior.” This project involves training early childhood professionals on how to teach women of child-bearing age and families about child development through parent education. Parents as Teachers holds a train-the-trainer workshop and conducts visits to deliver information to women on the effects of household chemicals, hazardous materials, and exposure to chemical mixtures on child development. This workshop teaches women about precautions they can take when they handle hazardous chemicals and how to prevent a broad array of birth defects and disabilities. These activities serve families with support and enhancing child development through parent education.
$9,73806/30/2009
96181001-0Wampanoag Tribe of Gay HeadDEVELOPMENT OF A TRIBAL SOLID WASTE MGMT.

Per your application request dated August 19, 2013, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $9,753 to support the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head [Aquinnah] is for the implementation of an approved Integrated Waste Management Plan [IWMP]. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$9,75309/30/2014
00E52901-0Keep Western New York BeautifulCITY OF BUFFALO COLLECTION OF HOUSEHOLD UNWANTED ELECTRONICS

Keep Western New York Beautiful (KWNYB) along with the Erie County Department of Environment and Planning (ECDEP), and the City of Buffalo, propose an Earth Week computer/e-waste, television, fluorescent light, ballast, and other mercury vapor lamp collection day. The event will be held on the East Side of Buffalo, a traditionally underserved area with a large minority population. KWNYB will assist with coordination and implementation of the collection program. ECDEP staff will advise KWNYB with planning and implementation. The event will be marketed in conjunction with the area Solid Waste Boards, utilize local media outlets, City of Buffalo and Erie County websites, and list serves.
$9,75504/24/2009
97303001-1Salisbury State UniversityIMPROVING ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH IN THE CHILD CARE SETTING

The goal of this project is to minimize childhood exposure to environmental contaminants. This project will 1) offer childcare providers a comprehensive training program to better understand environmental contaminants, their health effects on children and ways to minimize exposures; and 2) equip the providers with curriculum and resources regarding environmental health in order to educate children. It is our hope that this program will help minimize some childhood illnesses and days absent from childcare.
$9,76206/30/2005
97125201-0Gloucester Maritime Heritage CenterROCKPORT HIGH SCHOOL EELGRASS

GMHC, partnering with Rockport High School, MIT Sea Grant Hatchery, and MA Office of Coastal Zone Management, implements a program in which Rockport High School�s aquaculture classes grow eelgrass from seed and replant them in designated local waters. Two teachers attend a 5-day workshop on this program. Students learn the different forms of eelgrass, how it grows, creates a critical marine habitat, filters out pollutants becoming an indicator of water quality, and prevents erosion. Over 40 students are served by this project.
$9,77208/30/2006
98757801-0Iowa Conservation Education CouncilMIDWEST ENVIRONMENTAL EDUC CONFERENCE

Supports a midwest environmental education conference which will provide for sessions about environmental issues, new directions in research, education, environmental stewardship and good environmental management.
$9,78106/01/2006
83248101-0Tufts UniversityDEVELOPING A TURNKEY VEGETATIVE AND CONTAINER ASSEMBLY FOR USE WITH EXTENSIVE ROOFS

SMALL GRANT. This project will expand on curent green roof efforts and research not only regionally appropriate species for green roofs but evaluate these plants in conjunction with proprietary recycled aggregate and forest products in shallow, ultralight HDPE containers.
$9,79209/30/2006
83471201-0Montana Tech of the University of MontanaMVC SYSTEM FOR WATER RESOURCES

This project proposes the development of a renewable energy driven mechanical vapor compression (MVC) system that treats brackish groundwater to supply clean drinking water to communities in rural areas.
$9,79408/14/2011
83392601-0University of Arkansas Main CampusBIODIESEL PRODUCTION USING METHANOL

The quantity and quality of biomass available as a feedstock for conversion to liquid fuel varies significantly from region to region and season to season. The focus of this project is the development of a robust process for conversion of bio-oils to biodiesel. In this project a student team will evaluate the use of supercritical methanol treatment for production of biodiesel from variable composition feedstock.
$9,79808/14/2009
83392701-0University of Arkansas Main CampusPRODUCTION OF BUTANOL FROM BIOMASS

To eliminate our dependence on foreign oil and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, sustainable energy technology must become more efficient. Butanol is an alternative to ethanol as a fuel oxygenate for gasoline. This project will focus on a novel membrane reactor for the production of butanol from biomass-derived sugars. This novel fermentation scheme combines cutting edge cell recycle, membrane pervaporation, and continuous fermentation.
$9,79808/14/2009
96004301-0Bonneville County Historical SocietyROCKY MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE

The project will expand a summer youth camp (grades 6-12) to include a week dedicated to teachers. This camp provides an appreciation of the social, economic and environmental concerns that must be considered when regulatory agencies make environmental decisions; how organisms are impacted by factors that are essential to their survival; the ability to identify and explain causes of species endangerment and explain the effects of a species extinction on an ecosystem; habitats and coping techniques of animals and plants in harsh environments; and how unique natural resources affect the biodiversity and ecology of the local flora and fauna.
$9,80010/31/2005
96003601-0Friends of Zenger FarmGROW WISE YOUTH EDUCATION PROGRAM

This program brings local disadvantaged children from grades K-12 to the farm and adjacent wetland for firsthand experiential education opportunities such as showing the relationship between farming and environmental stewardship. Hands-on activities will teach students about ecological impacts of agriculture, importance of species diversity and watershed health, and how food and energy choices impact the environment.
$9,80006/30/2006
97146201-0Good Will Home AssociationAFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS; INSPIRING AN INTEREST IN MAINE'S NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

In after school programs for children (K-5) and their families, this project teaches about Maine�s natural habitats, wildlife diversity, and environmental stewardship. Students learn about environmental issues created by road salt, rubbish, invasive plants and animals, and potential solutions and outcomes. There are 16, 12-week sessions and 8 Saturday family exploration sessions.
$9,80406/30/2009
00F74601-0North Texas Asthma ConsoritumASTHMA OZONE AWARENESS OUTREACH

NTAC will expand their current Flag Project that provides training and outreach education to asthma stakeholders and schools across Texas. The North Texas Asthma Consortium is currently supporting outreach education and training for an ozone awareness flag program. The goal of the program is to increase awareness in schools and communities about asthma and the effects of air quality respiratory health. The program seeks to raise awareness among parents, students, and teachers about how to use EPA's AQI to protect children from poor air quality and potential asthma attacks.

The North Texas Asthma Consortium will look to expand the Ozone Awareness Flag Program by implementing a training program for asthma stakeholders and school health personnel in both North Texas and across the state in support of efforts associated with the Clean Air Act. Additional details below:
1. The trainings will be for school health professionals and other asthma stakeholders regarding asthma, environmental issues associated with respiratory health, as well as instruction on the implementation of the flag program. This event would allow school health professionals to receive education as well as the tools needed to implement the flag program (example: set of flags, educational resources for parents, Texas Asthma Guide for Schools). In addition the training will serve as an opportunity to recognize schools that have been successful in implementing the flag program.
2. The flag program has been successful in North Texas and there is an opportunity to travel to other asthma coalitions or asthma stakeholder and present the flag program and assist in implementing the program in their area.
$9,81010/01/2014
83432001-0Roger Williams UniversityALTERNATIVE POWER FOR AN AQUACULTURE SYSTEM

The primary goal of the project is to design, model, and optimize a system to remove the need for commercial electrical power to a Partitioned Aquaculture System (PAS), a system designed to produce fish as a food source, by installing a combination of photovoltaic and wind electrical generation supplying a battery-based power source.
$9,83408/14/2010
83394701-0University Of Tennessee-ResearchNEW NORRIS HOUSE: SUSTAINBL HOME-21ST CENTURY

The students will design a sustainable home in Norris, TN. and then build a scale model using all the sustainable design concepts. They will review local codes and legal restraints against building a sustainable home and research the most eco-friendly building materials for the home.
$9,83408/14/2009
83394501-0The University of AlabamaSOLAR DESALINATION ARRAY

Less than 3 percent of the water on Earth is freshwater, and only about 0.25 percent useable for drinking and irrigation. With the current rate of water usage, over 90 percent of all available freshwater will be in use by 2030. Currently, only 0.1 percent of the world's fresh water is produced by desalination. The goal of the project is to make a Solar Evaporation Array (SEA) that can offer clean water for drinking and drip irrigation.
$9,84008/14/2009
83476301-0Philadelphia UniversityREGENERATIVE SITE LEARNING LAB

This project�s goal is to design and develop a regenerative design and technology educational curriculum that will reduce storm water runoff from a school building and laboratory.
$9,84208/14/2011
97213610-1Genesee County Youth BoardGENESEE COUNTY YOUTH BUREAU-FFY10-EE

The Genesee County Youth Bureau and Genesee County Park will conduct a program to teach local youths to become environmental stewards, how their everyday actions can impact ecosystems and learn about environmental careers. The participants are middle school students, identified as underserved in environmental education opportunities. Students will participate in activities to increase their understanding of environmental issues and learn about careers through interactions with environmental professionals. Upon completion of the program, participants will be invited to practice their stewardship skills and knowledge through community projects.
$9,84311/30/2012
83316901-0Western Washington UniversityBIO-METHANE FOR TRANSPORATION

Small Grant - To develop a small scale bio-methane fuel production and purification test bed, which will process biogas retrieved from local dairy farms. The resulting fuel will be tested for the amount of carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide removed and then used in a high-efficiency hybrid natural-gas powered engine.
$9,85008/30/2007
96428405-0Heritage ElementaryENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

New Award. Heritage Elementary will implement an integrated environmental science program that will focus on existing South Carolina ecosystems and how development and land use can impact those ecological systems. This science program is for students in grades K5 thru fifth grades.
$9,85006/30/2006
96908401-0Sierra Nevada JourneysENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - OUTDOOR SCHOOL

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $9,850. The Sierra Nevada Journeys Outdoor School is a 4-day residential program developed to teach local elementary school students hands-on, kinesthetic environmental education lessons that allows them to gain an understanding of environmental sciences, perform community service projects to inspire them to become stewards of nature and work together in leadership and team-building exercises to bond as a community. Approximately 420 students between the 5th and 7th grade, plus 21 teachers, will be participating in the program.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to August 15, 2008.
$9,85012/31/2009
83473601-0Northern Illinois UniversityDEVELOPMENT OF ECO-FRIENDLY GOLF TEES

The goal of the project is to develop a biodegradable golf tee that uses waste products from the production of ethanol.
$9,86008/14/2011
96285614-0Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardSCORPIO RECYCLING INC SITE- SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE REMEDIAL DESIGN

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the Remedial Design activities of the Scorpio Recycling Superfund Site. This includes the oversight of remedial design work being performed by either EPA's or the potentially responsible party's contractor, reviewing information collected by such contractor and documents prepared by the contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$9,86509/30/2017
83377301-1BerkeleyREVIEW/EFFCTVNSS/INDOOR AIR POLLUTION REDUCTION

Time Extension (Amendment)
$9,86909/30/2008
97341501-1Strawberry Hill Foundation IncWATERSHED AMBASSADORS PROGRAM OF ADAMS COUNTY

Strawberry Hill will design a Watershed Ambassadors Program geared toward underserved middle school students (grades 5 to 7) with an interest in the sciences and the environment. The students will learn about the Monocacy watershed and its connection to the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Students will participate in a series of hands on field trips to reinforce lessons, which include: stream water quality testing, and visit a bald eagle nesting site. Program participants will visit a sustainable organic farm to compare organic farming methods with use of pesticides and chemical applications.
$9,87712/15/2007
96636701-0Austin CollegeEXPANDING COMMUNITY AWARENESS: BENEFITS OF NATIVE AND RESTORED BLACKLAND PRAIRIE

Austin College will provide environmental education to 1200 4th grade students from Grayson, Collin, Cooke, and Fannin Counties via 30 field trips to the Sneed Prairie to experience and learn about the Blackland Prairie through interactive activities. This will educate both children and teachers of their native Blackland Prairie and consequences of different land uses and management practices in the tallgrass prairie region. Field trips will be reinforced with videos on the Blackland Prairie and its restoration and 22 teacher-selectable lesson plans will be provided to each educator who sponsors a field trip.
$9,88009/30/2008
96454206-2Duval County Health Dept.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM

The Duval County Cooperative Extension Service will provide four modules of household Improved Pest Management (IPM) train-the-trainer workshops that will include: 1) General IPM 2) Lawn - insect pests, disease and weeds 3) Garden and 4) Home - ants, cockroaches and termites. This certificate-based training will be delivered to health department staff and ten community volunteers. These certified trainers will be provided with train-the-trainer kits to administer workshops in area home improvement and hardware stores, neighborhood associations and community organizations.
$9,88112/31/2008
83472401-0Regents of the University of MichiganLOW MAINTENANCE BIOGAS SYSTEM FOR ENERGY

The primary goal of this project is to develop and implement a low maintenance anaerobic biogas system for producing energy for households in developing countries.
$9,88808/14/2011
83351001-0Chadron State College Physical and Life SciencesSUSTAINABILITY OF CHADRON CREEK WATERSHED

Small Grant-This project will study the application of a Shared Hierarchy of Experiential Learning (SHEL) model to improve the overall sustainability of Chadron Creek for the benefit of its many stakeholders. By analyzing the perceived risks to the creek, and formally engaging the many diverse stakeholders, the health of the creek can be improved.
$9,88808/31/2008
83317201-0Northwestern UniversityFDP- SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM DESIGN FOR A REMOTE COMMUNITY IN PANAMA

SMALL GRANT- This project aims to design and implement a cost-effective solar photovoltaic power system to meet electrical needs for a variety of applications. These applications include electric fences that currently run on batteries that need to be disposed of at the end of life as well as refrigerators and lights currently powered by combusting kerosene that produces air emissions that are detrimental to human health and the environment.
$9,89009/30/2007
83250801-0New Jersey Institute of TechnologyA STUDENT DESIGN PROJECT ON MOBILITY IN THE POST-AUTOMOBILE ERA

SMALL GRANT; Students will use management scanning techniques to assess the findings of recent sustainable mobility research; the role of alternative fuel vehicles in launching a system redesign revolution; the integration of communication and transportation technologies; and other key factors in contributing to future of the automobile industry and a post automobile future.
$9,89109/30/2006
83250401-0University of FloridaFDP - ZERO INFRASTRUCTURE STORM-WATER MANAGEMENT

SMALL GRANT - This project focuses on alternative stormwater management techniques and strategies that will prevent surface water pollution, erosion, flooding and habitat destruction at a lower cost and more effectively than traditional storm-water management practices.
$9,89408/31/2006
96587101-0North Shore Community School DistrictMINNESOTA - NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY SHORE - SEEP - EE

North Shore Community schools will develop an interactive, multidisciplinary unit on solar energy for sixth grade students which combines energy education, technology and stewardship action. After being piloted the program will be distributed to other schools . As part of the project, students and staff will: * synthesize current curricula to create a syllabus including classroom lessons, activities and field trips * install and monitor solar photovoltaic panels to generate a portion of the electricity used at the school * create an education display of the panels for school students and community members and * develop and present outreach programs including tours, articles, web based and print media.
$9,90006/30/2006
97134201-0Maine Indoor Air Quality CountilAFFORDABLE HOUSING CONSTRUCTION FOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY

The Maine Indoor Air Council has developed a half-day training which focuses on construction practices for the private contractor community to help in the prevention of indoor air quality pollutants arising in occupied spaces using EPA guidance on indoor air quality in schools (Tools for Schools), asthma guidance, radon guidance, etc.
$9,90009/30/2006
98103101-6Vermont D.E.C.GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER PROTECTION INFORMATION MATERIAL

CSGWPP & Incentive Grant:
$9,90009/30/2005
83354201-1Inter American Univ. of Puerto RicoBIOINDICATORS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOP STRATEGIES

SMALL GRANT- Elevated concentrations of chlorophyll-a and suspended solids in Puerto Rico�s marine ecosystem have been linked with increased land development. Using a combination of statistics and data gathered from water quality samples and adult oysters, the project examines the validity of the link between marine well-being and anthropogenic change. The hypothesis being evaluated in this study is that increased anthropogenic impacts from land development impair the population size and heath of the flat tree oyster, Isognomon alatus, in the receiving coastal system. In this study, the suspension-feeding bivalves are being used as a powerful bioindicator of aquatic community health. The study is expected to help guide sustainable land use planning.
$9,90008/31/2009
83474301-0Manhattan CollegeNATURAL WATER FILTERS FOR THE PHILIPPINES

The project goal s to create a personal water purification solution for the citizens of Nagcarlan, Philippines
that is low cost, made of indigenous materials, easy to produce, and effective at treating water.
$9,90009/14/2011
83250301-0University of IowaRE-DESIGNING A POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR USE BEYOND IOWA - A P3 EXCHANGE PROGRAM

SMALL GRANT - This project will focus on altering an existing P2 (pollution prevention) curriculum to make it more appropriate for adoption in various cultural and socioeconomic contexts. This has the potential to lead to expanded implementation of pollution prevention strategies.
$9,90609/30/2006
97309001-0Oglebay InstituteMISSION GROUND TRUTH - ENHANCING TEACHING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY AND FIELD EXPERIENCES

Oglebay Institute delivers Mission Ground Truth: an integrated, interdisciplinary and inquiry-based ecosystem assessment program that incorporates cross-curricular programs for 7th & 8th grade classes. Through field studies, exposure to scientific instruments and innovative technologies, students and teachers measure the ecological health of deciduous forest and freshwater stream ecosystems. Teachers will participate in a two day workshop. The project is designed and developed for 30 seventh and eighth grade teachers in West Virginia and southwestern PA.
$9,91009/24/2007
83317601-1Illinois Institute of TechnologyLOW-COST WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM

SMALL GRANT- This project aims to devlop a water purificaton system which is based on the use of clay material as a means of reducing bacteria and other pollutants such as nitrates in drinking water. This technology can lead to an increased use of treatment technologies thereby improving overall water quality.
$9,92005/31/2008
83433601-0VA Polytechnic Inst/State UniversityNITRATE REDUCTION VIA RIPARIAN ZONE AND BIOFILM

The primary goal of this project is to develop a combined riparian zone with a stream denitrifying biofilm for nitrate reduction in aquatic ecosystems.
$9,92708/14/2010
83247801-0Northern Illinois UniversityUSE OF A CORN PROCESSING CO-PRODUCT AS A BIOFILLER MATERIAL IN A PLASTIC RESIN -

SMALL GRANT - This project will advance the overall scientific knowledge in the area of utilizing biofillers, waste products from ethanol production from corn, in novel biocomposite materials.
$9,93309/30/2006
83351601-0Northern Illinois UniversityECO-FRIENDLY GOLF TEES

SMALL GRANT- A golf tee will be designed that uses distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) as a filler to replace petroleum resins used in conventional production of plastics, resulting in a less-costly, biodegradable product. The current use of DDGS is in animal feed, but with the increasing production of ethanol, there is a need to find alternate uses for ethanol-derived DDGS. This work will also contribute to quantification of the mechanical strength and other properties of the DDGS-filled golf tees which can lead to other applications of DDGS for additional consumer and industrial products.
$9,93308/31/2008
96979701-0STAR Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - WATERSHED AND MARINE EDUCATION OUTREACH

This assistance agreement provides EPA funding in the amount of $9,938. STAR Inc. with key partners KIDS LEAD LA: Watershed and Marine Outreach Program, will conduct 3 nine-week after school courses for low income, low performing, at-risk children from grades K-6 at ten schools throughout Los Angeles to learn about clean water and habitat restoration, and in particular, the environmental issues pertaining to the Santa Monica Bay Watershed. The students will participate in hands-on watershed classes which include lab experiments and encounters with recused wildlife, field trips to Santa Monica Bay habitats, local wetlands and the coast, as well as personal interaction with environmental professionals, experts and mentors.
$9,93807/31/2007
97148401-1Trips for Kids New Bedford Inc.EXPLORE YOUR ENVIRONMENT PROJECT

Explore Your Environment educates 60 inner-city youth, ages 9-15 on a variety of environmental issues including: air and water quality, litter reduction, healthy natural habitats, vernal pools, and industrial waste and pollution as there is a hazardous waste site in their community. This program is offered through a summer camp program where students and staff use the local environment as their classroom. Professional teachers and naturalists lead all the exercises.
$9,93802/28/2007
83434301-1Bd of Regents University of NE-LincolnURBAN FOOD COOP TO SUPPORT LOCAL FOOD SYSTEM

This project proposes to develop and a small-scale local food network, the Urban Food Leadership Co-op, in and around Lincoln, Nebraska. The co-op will improve the viability of an urban food system by recruiting gardeners interested in using sustainable agricultural practices to grow food for both their own families and local food systems.
$9,94612/31/2010
83434301-1Bd of Regents University of NE-LincolnURBAN FOOD COOP TO SUPPORT LOCAL FOOD SYSTEM

This project proposes to develop and a small-scale local food network, the Urban Food Leadership Co-op, in and around Lincoln, Nebraska. The co-op will improve the viability of an urban food system by recruiting gardeners interested in using sustainable agricultural practices to grow food for both their own families and local food systems.
$9,94612/31/2010
98948101-0Hualapai TribeFIFRA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - GOATS FOR BIOLOGICAL WEED CONTROL

This assistance agreement aims to improve the protection of human health and the environment by using goats as a biological management tool to remove noxious weeds from around the Native Fish Rearing Facility. The main focus of the facility is to rear endangered razorback suckers. Use of the goats will not negatively impact the endangered razorback suckers and are expected to control the undesirable weeds without using any chemical inputs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $9,947.
$9,94710/31/2009
83188601-1The Pennsylvania State UniversityREDUCTION OF USE OF PETROLEUM ENERGY RESOURCES BY CONVERSION OF WASTE COOKING OILS INTO DIESEL FUEL-

SMALL GRANT/FDP - To develop an alternative energy source to fuels, and to produce a fuel which is made from a renewable source, used cooking oil.
$9,94909/19/2005
83393901-1Bd of Regents Univ of WisconsinRAINWATER CATCHMENT TO OFFSET GROUNDWATER DEPLETION

Madison, WI draws groundwater twice as fast as the rate at which groundwater in the area is recharged, which is why the implementation of rainwater catchment cisterns for irrigation must be employed to combat the exhaustion of Madison�s water supply. The team will conduct research on the capabilities of rainwater catchment systems to recharge groundwater sources.
$9,95008/14/2010
83354601-0University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignFDP- WATER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR RURAL NIGERIA

SMALL GRANT- The village of Adu Achi and surrounding areas of Nigeria consist of approximately 10,000 people relying on contaminated surface waters. The purpose of this project is to provide an adequate, consistent, and clean water supply to this large, economically-challenged population by developing a comprehensive and sustainable water supply system in the context of community health, community management, and community education efforts.
$9,95008/29/2008
83473001-0Drexel UniversityLIGHTWEIGHT GREEN ROOF SYSTEMS

The goal of this project is to develop and test a light-weight modular green roof system for retrofitting existing buildings while eliminating the need for structural reinforcement to accommodate the system. The resultant prototypes will retain storm water, decrease heat gain, insulate the underlying roof, mitigate carbon from the atmosphere, and save on energy needed for heating and cooling.
$9,95208/14/2011
83250201-0Texas Agricultural Experiment StationFDP - DESIGNING GREENWAYS TO AMELIORATE POLLUTION RESULTANT FROM DISRUPTED HYDROLOGIC SYSTEMS

SMALL GRANT - The purpose of this project is to develop an ensemble of model policies and designs that can be used to incorporate a green infrastructure into a city's landscape for enhancing community sustainability. These products will be geared to the specific needs of the city of College Station, Texas, but will also be broadly applicable to other cities.
$9,95210/01/2006
83476501-1University of Georgia Research Foundation IncWATER HARVESTING IN RURAL UGANDA

This project�s goal is to develop strategies to better employ water capture in Uganda by modeling for surface catchment and site evaluation in the presence of potential streams, wetlands and surface water runoff. They will develop guidelines on siting ponds to ensure sustainablly healthy streams and wetlands within the micro-watershed.
$9,95412/31/2011
83391301-0University of FloridaBIOENERGY FROM SW PINE FORESTS

The researchers will develop a basic framework comprised of four sustainability indices:1)economic; 2) biodiversity; 3) greenhouse gas emission reduction and net energy ratio; and 4) soil and water quality. These indices will be field tested and case studies developed in an effort to gather empirical evidence on bioenergy sustainability.
$9,95508/14/2009
83432901-1The Pennsylvania State UniversityHARVESTING ROADSIDE WIND ENERGY

The primary goal of this project is to study the feasibility of utilizing wind produced by passing vehicles on highways and converting it to electricity.
$9,95808/14/2011
96605801-0OK Dept of Env QualityVIDEO CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT

Regional Geographic Initiative (RGI) funds are for the purchase of video teleconference equipment for the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) building at 707 N. Robinson in Oklahoma City, OK. Video teleconferenceing will allow ODEQ personnel to establish audio and video connections to other locations so participants can see and hear everyone in front of the camera. This will save time and money by reducing physical visits and will allow greater communication.
$9,95911/30/2006
96605801-0OK Dept of Env QualityVIDEO CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT

Regional Geographic Initiative (RGI) funds are for the purchase of video teleconference equipment for the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) building at 707 N. Robinson in Oklahoma City, OK. Video teleconferenceing will allow ODEQ personnel to establish audio and video connections to other locations so participants can see and hear everyone in front of the camera. This will save time and money by reducing physical visits and will allow greater communication.
$9,95911/30/2006
83249001-0Iowa State UniversityRENEWABLE RESOURCES TO POWER A UNIVERSITY - A MODEL FOR REGIONAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

SMALL GRANT - This project will develop a system model for a renewable energy system and investigate the local economic effects of various factors on that system which will be applied to the Federal University in Vicosa (UFV), a university community in Brazil. A systems analysis of the UFV energy system based on a model of current imports, production, consumption, and exports of energy as well as the cost of energy will be performed.
$9,96009/30/2006
83249001-0Iowa State UniversityRENEWABLE RESOURCES TO POWER A UNIVERSITY - A MODEL FOR REGIONAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

SMALL GRANT - This project will develop a system model for a renewable energy system and investigate the local economic effects of various factors on that system which will be applied to the Federal University in Vicosa (UFV), a university community in Brazil. A systems analysis of the UFV energy system based on a model of current imports, production, consumption, and exports of energy as well as the cost of energy will be performed.
$9,96009/30/2006
83181501-1New Jersey Institute of TechnologyDESIGN OF A NATIONAL ELECTRONICS PRODUCT REUSE & RECYCLING SYSTEM

SMALL GRANT- This project will focus on the design of a comprehensive national system to collect, transport, and process household electronics while balancing costs, efficiency, and convenience and leveraging existing infrastructure and demanufacturing capacity. These system characteristics will be used as design criteria to evaluate alternatives and measure results.
$9,96011/14/2005
83355701-1Lawrence Technological UniversitySMALL GRANT- MARKETABLE RESIDENTIAL LED LIGHT FIXTURES

To design two prototype Light Emitting Diodes (LED) luminaries displaying acceptable color rendition and required illumination levels for residential mood and task lighting at efficacies (lumen per watt ratings) which are much better than any other light source.
$9,96005/29/2009
83277001-0Harvard Pilgrim Health Care3RD INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON THE DEVELOPMENTAL ORIGINS OF HEALTH AND DISEASE

Small Grant - This project will support a scientific session on Developmental Disruption at the 3rd International Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease held in Toronto, Canada on Nov. 16-20, 2005.
$9,96310/31/2006
96611501-0Mothers for Clean AirOZONE THEATER: USING THEATER TO TEACH CHILDREN ABOUT AIR POLLUTION

Ozone Theatre helps children gain a better understanding of pollution and to empower children to make health-protecting decisions. Objective is to teach children specific sources of air pollution and how to apply the EPA's color-coded Air Quality Index of health precautions to their daily activities.
$9,96709/30/2006
83355601-0University of HawaiiFDP- URBAN STORM WATER

SMALL GRANT- The project will develop a storm water constructed wetland using native wetland plants. Weather data and storm water samples will be collected in order to estimate the storm water drainage area, flow rates, and pollutant levels. These will be used to determine the design parameters for the constructed wetland. The resulting design will be used to construct the wetland which will serve as a functioning example of place-based sustainability on the Manoa campus.
$9,96808/31/2008
83316601-0New Mexico Institute of Mining & TechnologyTHE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF THE LOWER COST HELIOSTAT MIRROR SYSTEM FOR UTILIZING SOLAR ENERGY

Small Grant - The goal of this project is to optimize the heliostat design and bring down cost such that this technology would be competitive with the cost of natual gas as an energy source. This technology can lead to increased use of alternative energy source thereby reducing the air emissions associated with traditional energy production.
$9,97008/31/2007
83432201-0South Dakota State UniversityNANOSHEET CATALYST FOR BIODEISEL SYNTHESIS

The primary goal of the project is to develop a recyclable heterogeneous catalyst for continuous biodiesel production using local waste grease, recycled oil, and potentially algae.
$9,97008/14/2010
96994601-0OaklandCWA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - PROCEEDINGS ON WATER QUALITY AND FOOD SAFETY CONFERENCE

The purpose of this project is to publish conference notes of "Promoting Coordinated Management of Water Quality Protection and Food Safety Initiatives" on websites of conference partner-sponsors including presentations, poster abstracts, bibliographies, source lists of expertise, comparative references of methods, relevant regulations and industry guidelines. Preaward cost are approved back to 04/30/2007.
$9,97110/31/2007
83352701-0Illinois Institute of TechnologySEWAGE OFF-GAS-DRIVEN FUEL CELLS

SMALL GRANT- In an attempt to protect environmental resources while also improving quality of life in rural areas, methane gas produced in waste digestion will be provided to a fuel cell, which will in turn generate electric power. A combined waste-treatment-to-power system allows for heat regeneration between the two systems, which is essential in areas where variations in temperature across seasons can challenge the processes of waste digestion and fuel cells.
$9,97508/31/2008
96587801-1Wisconsin Center for Environmental EducationWISCONSIN CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - GLOBAL - FY 2005

The project will create professional development opportunities for educators in Wisconsin and Puerto Rico. It will also, build leadership skills that promote a deeper understanding among educators concerning the world's diverse biosphere.
$9,97508/31/2006
83352401-0Drexel UniversityNOVEL REACTOR DESIGN FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION

SMALL GRANT- A novel two-phase reactor will be created to address the problems raised by high fatty-acid content in biodiesel sources. Experiments have shown that bubbling methanol and catalyst through hot oil containing free fatty acids can lead to a high conversion rate to biodiesel.
$9,97508/31/2008
96303801-0Howard County MarylandHOWARD COUNTY - RCRA

This funding will be used to begin a food waste composting pilot project in partnership with the Howard County Department of Correction's Detention Center. An in-vessel food waste composting system, known as the Earth Tub, will be purchased and installed. The Earth Tub will decrease trash tonnage, reduce trash disposal costs and reduce the number of trash pickups.
$9,97512/31/2011
83429101-0Rochester Institute of TechnologyCOOK STOVES FOR HAITI USING THERMOELECTRICS

The primary goal of this project is to design, build, and conduct preliminary tests for an improved cook stove to be used in Haiti. The new stove will incorporate thermoelectric modules to drive a small fan for forced air combustion.
$9,97608/14/2010
83433501-0Jacksonville UniversityGREYWATER DELIVERY FROM RESIDENCE TO GARDEN

The primary goal of this project will be to develop a design and implementation plan for greywater collection and utilization for irrigating a garden.
$9,97608/14/2010
83472701-0Stanford UniversityDEVELOPMENT-RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

The primary goal of this project is to build two wind indicator towers to collect data that will be used to decide where to place a wind farm to help power Stanford University. This goal is to make Stanford less dependent on electricity produced with fossil fuels.
$9,97708/14/2011
83439701-0Board of Trustees University of IllinoisSUSTAINABLE BLDG DESIGN & DW SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

This project will evaluate a water collection and ozonation purification system for rainwater collected in Nigeria. A demonstration and assessment of the proposed system for its capacity, as well as for the water purity will be performed.
$9,97809/14/2010
83394901-0Kentucky State UniversityGIS-DETERMINED PLANTABLE AREA/PRIARIE SWITCHGRASS

Biofuels have been proposed as an alternative to fossil fuels; however, land for biofuel production currently interferes with human and animal feed crop production. Right of ways have the potential to serve as areas for prairie switch grass biofuel production. This project will use GIS to determine area of road rights-of-way for prairie switch grass (Panicum virgatum) ethanol yield.
$9,97808/14/2009
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