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Office of the Great Lakes
This is not intended to be a comprehensive list of grants.GLRI funding opportunities
Funding opportunities for Great Lakes projects
U.S. EPA Great Lakes Program Office (GLNPO)
A variety of grants are available through GLNPO. Visit their website and view current offerings to see what is available.
Approximately $1,500,000 is available through the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program (WCMP) to enhance and restore coastal resources within the state´s coastal zone – all counties adjacent to Lakes Superior and Michigan, with their 820 miles of shoreline.
Great Lakes Basin Program for soil erosion and sediment control
Grants for soil erosion and sediment control demonstration and technical assistance projects throughout the Great Lakes region.
Natonal Fish and Wildlife Foundation grants
There are a variety of grants through NFWF including some specific to the Great Lakes region.
Environmental restoration projects are necessary when fish, wildlife, or related habitats are damaged or destroyed. The long–term evaluation and restoration of surface and groundwater quality also sometimes necessitates specific remediation projects. The Environmental Damage Compensation Program administered by Science Services provides funds for some of these efforts.
Great Lakes Protection Fund
The Great Lakes Protection Fund is a private, nonprofit corporation formed in 1989 by the Governors of the Great Lakes States. It is a permanent environmental endowment that supports actions to improve the health of the Great Lakes ecosystem. Each year Wisconsin receives an allocation to fund state projects under the Wisconsin Great Lakes Restoration Strategy . Wisconsin´s share of the Great Lakes Protection Fund varies from year to year depending on the performance of the endowment.
State Wildlife Grants Program
Congress passed the State Wildlife Grants program in 2001 making federal dollars available to prevent species and habitats from becoming endangered.