The Montgomery County Government and the Chesapeake Bay Trust announce a grant program to support watershed restoration and outreach projects throughout Montgomery County. This program aims to promote initiatives and projects which will improve water quality in Montgomery County’s local streams and waterways through public engagement, education, and on-the-ground restoration.
What this funds: The Montgomery County Watershed Restoration and Outreach Grant Program funds public outreach and stewardship projects, community-based restoration water quality implementation projects. Projects should educate and engage residents in watershed improvement while achieving measurable impacts and sustainable behavior change. Creative and innovative proposals are encouraged. Together, these efforts will restore and protect the local rivers and streams of Montgomery County. For more information, see the RFP.
Who can apply: Any 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization such as local watershed groups, faith-based organizations, service and civic groups, and more. See the RFP for the full list or organizations.
How much can be awarded: Up to $100,000 with larger awards possible with prior approval from the Trust.
Implementation project location:
Montgomery County, Maryland outside the municipalities of Rockville, Gaithersburg, and Takoma Park. See the Trust’s Outreach and Education grant program for projects in these areas.
Is match required? Match is encouraged but is not required. Preference will be given to projects with match and/or in-kind services.
For a list of previously funded projects for this program, click here.
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