Clean Boats, Clean Water Grants Now Available | News for Fenton, Linden, Holly MI

Calling all lake associations, watershed groups, nonprofits, and local and tribal government units. The Michigan Clean Boats, Clean Waters program provides grants to support aquatic invasive species awareness efforts. This funding opportunity is available to organizations dedicated to educating boaters about aquatic invasive species and protecting Michigan’s waterways.

Up to $ 25,600 is available for the 2022 grant program. Funding requests can range from $ 1,000 to $ 3,000 and do not require local matching or cost sharing. Clean Boats, Clean Waters grants can be used for a variety of activities including signage, invasive species removal supplies such as plant removal tools, sponges and towels, and staff time to perform boat inspections and demonstrations of boat cleaning techniques.

Interested organizations can apply for a grant now on the Clean Boats, Clean Waters website. The deadline to apply is December 17th.

This is a competitive funding opportunity, and full applications will be ranked based on eligibility, project size, and overall strategy.

CBCW is a joint effort between Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Funding for the CBCW and this mini-grant opportunity is provided by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

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