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Kansas Clean Waters Grants

Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy (WRAPS) Grants
  Steps to the Kansas Clean Waters WRAPS Grant Application  
Open Date
9/30/2015
Close Date
11/23/2015
The WRAPS program is a combination of state and federal financial resources aimed at working with local stakeholders to organize a leadership team, assess a watershed, and write and implement a watershed improvement plan. For more information on the WRAPS program please visit www.kswraps.org. Anyone with an FEIN number may apply for WRAPS funds. Grants typically range from $25,000 to $200,000.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 319 Grants
  Steps to the Kansas Clean Waters 319 Grant Application  
Open Date
12/29/2015
Close Date
12/29/2015
The Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 319 Grant program is a federally funded program administered by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE). EPA 319 grant funds typically support a wide variety of activities including impairment assessment, technical assistance, financial assistance, education, training, technology transfer, demonstration projects, and monitoring to assess the success of specific nonpoint source implementation projects. Anyone with an FEIN number may apply. Grants typically range from $20,000 to $300,000.

Clean Water Neighbor (CWN) Grants
  Steps to the Kansas Clean Waters Clean Water Neighbor Grant Application  
Open Date
11/9/2010
Close Date
12/9/2010
The CWN program is a federally funded program (through use of EPA 319 CWA funds) administered by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. CWN grant funds typically implement projects that demonstrate nonpoint source pollution control practices and inform individuals and organizations of water quality problems caused by nonpoint pollutant sources. Project examples include rain gardens, stormdrain stenciling, youth activities, workshops, pervious pavement installations or greenroofs. Anyone with an FEIN number may apply. Grants typically range from $500 to $20,000.
 

Local Environmental Protection Program (LEPP) Grants
  Steps to the Kansas Clean Waters LEPP Grant Application  
Open Date
9/8/2008
Close Date
10/8/2008
The LEPP is a state water plan funded program administered by KDHE. Grant funds are awarded to a county health department or other local entity for the purpose of developing and implementing a local environmental protection plan. Plans developed with LEPP funds describe actions the local entities will take to manage private wastewater treatment systems, private water wells, solid waste, hazardous waste, and nonpoint source pollution. Grant amounts vary based on the population of the county.
 

Target Grants
Open Date
12/1/2009
Close Date
12/1/2009
Target grants are only available to LEPP recipients and may be requested to conduct an approved objective for which the base grant is insufficient. Examples typically include source water protection planning programs for private water wells, computer software and hardware upgrades, and fees for training and workshops. Target grant amounts vary and are only available after all LEPP base grants have been awarded.
 
 
 
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