Project Funding

Ironbark Raises Up To $ 657 Million In Funding For Greenland Zinc Project

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: With such market volatility, stay up to date with the daily news! In minutes, discover our quick summary of today’s must-see news and expert opinions. Register here ! (Kitco News) – Ironbark Zinc announced yesterday that it has received preliminary approval from the US EXIM Bank for …

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UA lunar mission secures funding from NASA for no “minor” exploits

[ad_1] TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – A team from the University of Arizona is digging new territory with half a million dollars in funding from NASA. UA aerospace and mining engineers are working together to develop a plan for mining on the moon. Jekan Thanga is Associate Professor of …

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Call for funding to boost the nature project

[ad_1] Print and digital download photos available A wellness and nature project hopes to raise at least £ 15,000 in just one week, to ‘boost its work of restoring nature and helping people enjoy spending time outdoors at the state Savage “. Cambrian Wildwood is due to raise £ 15,000 …

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Accessibility grants awarded to promote inclusion

[ad_1] Fifteen community projects benefit from government funding of over $ 450,000 to increase accessibility and community inclusion. The successful projects were announced on the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities. “People with disabilities bring a wide range of skills and experiences to our communities,” said Nicholas Simons, …

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Harvard Culture Lab Operates 14 Diversity and Inclusion Grant Projects | New

[ad_1] Harvard’s Culture Lab Innovation Fund has awarded grants to 14 teams working on projects to promote diversity and inclusion on the Harvard campus, the university announced last month. Launched in 2019 as a joint initiative between the President’s Office and the University’s Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, …

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MYND Life Sciences Announces Funding for Psilocybin Research in Neuroinflammation

[ad_1] R&D project on the benefits of psilocybin in the treatment of brain diseases VANCOUVER, BC, November 30, 2021 / CNW / – MYND Life Sciences Inc. (“MYND“or the”Society“) (CSE: MYND) (OTC: MYNDF) is pleased and extremely grateful to recognize the financial contribution of the Government of Canada towards an …

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All San Rafael stakeholders must have a say in the highway connector project for 101-580 – Marin Independent Journal

[ad_1] Addressing serious road safety and congestion issues in San Rafael is currently not part of the Transportation Authority of Marin’s plan to link Highways 101 and 580. There are plans to reduce the evening backup on the 101 by redirecting traffic on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge from Sir Francis …

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Millions Funding for Projects in England to Plant Hundreds of Thousands of Trees

[ad_1] Hundreds of thousands of trees will be planted in communities across England with funding from the Nature Climate Fund, announced by Defra and the Forestry Commission at the launch of National Tree Week today hui (Saturday, November 27). More than £ 12million will be awarded to successful applicants for …

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$ 5 million in Pennsylvania funds OK for Lehigh Valley transportation projects

[ad_1] More than $ 5 million in state grants have gone to transportation projects in Lehigh and Northampton counties. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Funding Authority on Friday approved $ 4.5 million in local multimodal transportation program grants and $ 510,866 in greenways, trails and recreation funding. Statewide, the authority approved …

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OU receives half a million in funding for recovery program | New

[ad_1] Ohio University received $ 500,000 from the Appalachian Regional Commission through investments supporting partnerships in recovering ecosystems, to help recovering people develop soft and hard professional skills to conserve gainful employment. Three makerspaces will house the program thanks to partnerships with local companies and groups. It is one of …

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Bangor To Use $ 1.65 Million Grant To Improve Broadway Safety

[ad_1] One section of the road has experienced 80 accidents in a recent three-year period, according to the city engineer. BANGOR, Maine – Bangor received a $ 1.65 million grant that will allow the city to improve safety on a section along Broadway from the Center Street intersection to the …

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Hopeful Grant from Dubuque City Council keeps JFK Road sidewalk project moving forward

[ad_1] DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) – Members of Dubuque City Council say the lack of sidewalks means safety and accessibility issues are at stake on John F. Kennedy Road, especially as this road contains a combination residential and student population. A sidewalk addition project, however, has faced opposition from neighbors for …

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Southold agrees to help water authority seek funding for $ 27 million pipeline project

[ad_1] The Suffolk County Water Authority and Southold Town officials have agreed to work together so the agency can seek grants for an 8-mile, $ 27 million water pipeline billed as a good sustainability project. City council voted 5-0 at its Tuesday meeting to reach an intermunicipal agreement with the …

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Regional airports receive funding for projects

[ad_1] SANDPOINT – The County Commissioner’s Council has allocated $ 541,566 in federal and county money for improvement projects in the airport department. The former asked the commission to approve a change order for the Sandpoint runway repair project totaling $ 171,650. Funding will come from the ministry’s budget carried …

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What is the local impact of the federal infrastructure law?

[ad_1] President Joe Biden’s $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill will bring in more than $ 35 billion to Lone Star State. AUSTIN, Texas – When President Joe Biden signs the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill on Monday, Texas will be entitled to more than $ 35 billion in federal funding …

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Upcoming sewer, parking and water park improvements

[ad_1] The village of West Lafayette receives $ 1.25 million from the state in two grants for several critical projects. A grant of $ 500,000 for critical infrastructure will be used to repair 1,839 feet of storm sewer. The $ 750,000 Neighborhood Stabilization Grant will be used to improve Waterworks …

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A Bridge Too Far | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Tama’s historic Lincoln Highway Bridge was built in 1915 and is now the subject of a planned restoration effort by the City of Tama in partnership with the Iowa Department of Transportation. – News Chronicle File Photo An effort to repair one of Tama’s oldest infrastructure encountered another obstacle. …

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Tiburon’s fresco project celebrates Portuguese dairy history

[ad_1] Tiburon plans to install a stylized tile mural on a retaining wall near Del Mar School, commemorating the importance of Portuguese dairies in the city’s history. The installation, which will be designed by an Azorean-Californian artist and reproduced on authentic Portuguese tiles called ‘azulejos’, is the first public beautification …

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USDA to make available up to $ 1.15 billion

[ad_1] United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a significant expansion in high-speed Internet access, health care and education services for millions of rural Americans across the country. the country. “For too long, the ‘digital divide’ has left too many people living in rural communities behind: unable …

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Increases for the police and firefighters of Lafayette; dismissal of the chief of police; ARPA funding for Faith House; redistribution • The current

[ad_1] The essential: Here is a selection of the items on the agenda for this week’s municipal and parish council meetings. To see the full programs, see the links below. Parish Council Final adoption $ 7.725 million in ARPA funds for drainage, fire protection and Faith House. The parish council …

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Justice unveils broadband expansion plan | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] CHARLESTON – The governor on Friday unveiled a new billion-dollar plan to upgrade and expand high-speed internet in West Virginia. “Today is a monumental day beyond belief,” Governor Jim Justice said. The initiative will accelerate the expansion of broadband, essential for the state’s economic development in the 21st century, …

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SEPTA’s $ 2 billion King of Prussian Railway proposal enters federal funding package – NBC10 Philadelphia

[ad_1] SEPTA’s plan to extend rail service to the King of Prussia was incorporated into a nationwide program on Monday, putting the project online for a possible increase in federal funding, the Philadelphia Business Journal reports. The Federal Transportation Administration’s capital grant program allocates funds under its New Starts program …

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Subsidy funding for sustainable agriculture available | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) plans to provide up to $ 250,000 to demonstrate and publicize energy efficiency, environmental benefits or cost-effectiveness of sustainable farming techniques or systems, from production to production. commercialization. The Agricultural Growth, Research and Innovation Program (AGRI) Sustainable Agriculture Demonstration Grants …

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Grants Fund Cornell AES Work to Improve Lives in NYS

[ad_1] New USDA grants will fund research through Cornell aimed at improving the economy, food supply and well-being of New York State, helping communities deal with the trauma of the COVID pandemic -19 exploring the impact of labor shortages on farms. The 52 Cornell projects that were funded with a …

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Broadband Project Gets Funding – Farmville

[ad_1] The Cumberland County Board of Supervisors has agreed to commit up to $ 200,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for a Kinex Telecom, Inc. broadband project that could provide services to thousands of homes and hundreds of businesses. At a board meeting on Tuesday, September 14, Cumberland …

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Representative Aguilar tours nonprofit San Bernardino community project fundraising tour by Parker Dorrough

[ad_1] On September 7, Representative Pete Aguilar took the second leg of his Inland Empire Community Project Fundraising Tour to Mary’s Mercy Center, Inc., a San Bernardino-based nonprofit dedicated to helping end the cycle of homelessness in San Bernardino County. The Community Projects Fundraising Tour was launched after Aguilar secured …

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Petersburg uses $ 8.8 million in US bailout funds

[ad_1] PETERSBURG – City council has explained how it will spend the first $ 8.8 million in federal funding for the American Rescue Plan Act. He chose 12 projects and targets in a range of areas from the district’s stormwater drainage to the long-delayed renovation of the depot on the …

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Federal officials urged to end state funding for wildlife management in response to extreme wolf destruction programs

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – State gaming agencies could lose a substantial portion of their budgets to eradicate their wolf populations under a proposal presented by the Global Indigenous Council, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), the Center for Biological Diversity and a coalition of 25 Native American conservation and animal welfare …

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Tunnel under the Fulton project on track for 2022

[ad_1] JACKSON TWP. – Planners say a long-discussed project to build a pedestrian tunnel under Fulton Drive NW between Jackson High School and North Park is on track next summer. Sarah Buell, head of projects and administration at Stark Parks, said contractors are moving utility lines so that they are …

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What is possible | MUSK | Charleston, South Carolina

[ad_1] Sponsored by the Office of Innovation, the What is possible? The Coupon Program is a competitive funding opportunity designed to enable the development, pilot testing and evaluation of up to ten (10) MUSC Health Innovation pillar goal projects in the Charleston Division during this exercise. Note: Only one voucher …

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A financial study boosts the Bison World project

[ad_1] The financial forecasts were made by Eide Bailly under contract with Jamestown / Stutsman Development Corp. “Almost all of the projected financial benefits will flow to the state in the form of income or taxes from the Legacy Fund into the general fund if the investment is made from …

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