How the sequester might affect clean-up projects in the Great Lakes Michigan Radio (2/28) Those watching federal Great Lakes clean-up projects worry the sequester might curb clean-up. Andy Buchsbaum, from the National Wildlife Federationís Great Lakes office, discusses potential sequester impacts to Great Lakes environmental programs.
Saugatuck now on state list for emergency dredging funds The Holland Sentinel (2/25) The tide may have turned for some of Saugatuck's short-term dredging woes. The Allegan County port was recently put on a $21 million list to be eligible for emergency dredging funds after it was originally left off.
General Resources EcoAction Environment Canada Since 1995, Environment Canada's EcoAction Community Funding Program has provided financial support to community groups for projects that have measurable, positive impacts on the environment. Projects submitted should follow the themes of climate change, clean water, nature and/or clean air.
Grants.gov This site allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies.
Great Lakes Program Funding U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Great Lakes National Program Office (GLNPO) A complete set of information about the U.S. EPA Great Lakes funding process, from preproposal submission, project requirements to descriptions of funded projects. Also includes other federal Great Lakes funding opportunities.
Great Lakes Protection Fund The Fund seeks projects that lead to tangible improvements in the health of the Great Lakes ecosystem and promote the interdependence of healthy ecological and economic systems.
IAGLR News & Announcements International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) Includes requests for proposals and papers, scholarship and fellowship opportunities, and new publications.
Joyce Foundation Based in Chicago, the foundation supports efforts to strengthen public policies in ways that improve the quality of life in the Great Lakes region.
About the Guide
The newest section on the Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) streamlines the process of searching for Great Lakes-related funding opportunities online. Unveiled on Nov. 1, 2001, the site offers a fully searchable database of well over 100 grant, fellowship and scholarship sources that have relevance for the Great Lakes audience. The database will be updated weekly and enhanced over time. Funding for this project was through a grant from the U.S. EPA-Great Lakes National Program Office.