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2021 Conservation Collaboration Grants Program – NORTH DAKOTA

2021 Conservation Collaboration Grants Program – NORTH DAKOTA

Deadline: 1-Mar-21

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), an agency under the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), is announcing potential availability of grant agreements for the purpose of leveraging NRCS resources, addressing local natural resource issues, encouraging collaboration and developing state- and community-level conservation leadership. Proposals will be accepted for projects located in North Dakota.

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The purpose of Conservation Collaboration Grant Agreements is to leverage NRCS and partner resources to:

Improve soil health.
Improve landscape performance in dealing with water quantity issues; either excess or inadequate, and downstream impacts.
Improve water quality.
Improve habitat for local wildlife species of concern.
Improve the environmental and economic performance of working agricultural lands.
Assist communities and groups to build and strengthen local food projects that provide healthy food and economic opportunities.
Emphasis will be placed on projects that:

Build technical capacity to implement Farm Bill Conservation Programs.
Build technical capacity of NRCS and partner field conservation employees.
Build the capacity of local partners to develop and implement effective projects.
Leverage non-Federal and non-government resources to achieve positive natural resources conservation outcomes.
Funding Information

USD 1 MILLION Grants for Innovative Solutions to combat Water Scarcity

Climate Fund to alleviate energy poverty in Developing Countries

This Request for Applications is open to strengthening the Economic Development Efforts

Grants for African CSOs to implement activities in SGBV, SRHR, HP, and VAWG

Small Research Grants for the improvement of education

This grant-making trust inviting Charities to help Socially Disadvantaged Groups during COVID-19

Support available for NGOs working on social innovation, inclusiveness and sustainability

Advocacy grants to strengthen the voice of communities and grassroots activists

USD $250,000 to $2 million funding available for each selected partner to address Covid-19 impact in select countries

Funding provided through capital support for community development projects

Endowment Funding of € 25,000 for young people fighting for freedom

Small Grant Fund for protecting endangered animal species

Grant program for transforming women’s lives for hard to fund projects

Seed Funding for Youth-led Organisations: Invitation to Submit Proposals

Grant Opportunity to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 and Future Pandemics

Estimated total available by state: $4,000,000
Minimum: $20,000
Maximum: $1,000,000
Eligibility Criteria

Applicants and applications must meet eligibility criteria by the application deadline to be considered for award. Eligible applicant type is determined by the implementing program statute. Applicant entities identified in the Exclusions database as ineligible, prohibited/restricted or excluded from receiving Federal contracts and certain Federal assistance and benefits will not be considered for Federal funding, as applicable to the funding being requested under this Federal program (2 CFR 200.205(d)).
Applicants must be a Federally recognized tribal governments, State and local units of government, non-governmental organizations, or institution of higher learning. Entities may submit more than one application as long as the proposals are for different projects and entities may receive more than one award.
Any individual award made pursuant to this NFO will be made to a single entity. Applicants that apply as “partnerships” or other similar groupings must clearly describe the relationship between the applicant and the “partner” parties. In all but exceptional cases, it must be reflected in the award as an awardee/sub awardee relationship.
An applicant organization may submit more than one application.
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