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Project year 2015 aquatic nuisance control grants.

Request for Proposal Project year 2015 aquatic nuisance control grants

Locations:State-WideKeywords:Consultant Services, Water TreatmentBid Description:These grants provide financial assistance to municipalities and agencies of the state for aquatic nuisance species management programs. Grant awards are made to priority projects to the extent funds are available. First priority is to projects designed to manage new infestations of aquatic nuisances. Second priority is to projects to prevent or control the further spread of aquatic nuisance species. Third priority is to recurring maintenance projects. A grant for 75% or less of the total estimated project cost may be awarded. Grant recipients must contribute at least 25% of the final eligible project cost through in-kind labor (unpaid personnel), in-kind services and/or actual cash expenditures (all from non-state sources). If federal funds are awarded, the match requirement may be greater than 25%. Only in-kind match accrued in the grant project year is eligible. If a grant is awarded, up to 90 days of pre-award costs are allowable.

Special Instructions:All application information and forms are on the web at: http://www.watershedmanagement.vt.gov/lakes/htm/lp_grantinaid.htm Applications should be submitted in electronic format (Portable Document Format preferred), clearly marked and emailed to David Pasco (david.pasco@state.vt.us)

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Ann BovePhone: (802) 490-6120Fax: Email: ann.bove@state.vt.usFor additional information: www.watershedmanagement.vt.gov/lakes/htm/lp_grantinaid.htm: Project year 2015 aquatic nuisance control grants

These grants provide financial assistance to municipalities and agencies of the state for aquatic nuisance species management programs. Grant awards are made to priority projects to the extent funds are available. First priority is to projects designed to manage new infestations of aquatic nuisances. Second priority is to projects to prevent or control the further spread of aquatic nuisance species. Third priority is to recurring maintenance projects. A grant for 75% or less of the total estimated project cost may be awarded. Grant recipients must contribute at least 25% of the final eligible project cost through in-kind labor (unpaid personnel), in-kind services and/or actual cash expenditures (all from non-state sources). If federal funds are awarded, the match requirement may be greater than 25%. Only in-kind match accrued in the grant project year is eligible. If a grant is awarded, up to 90 days of pre-award costs are allowable.

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