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Drought Contingency Planning Grants

January 9, 2020

Grant Name: Drought Contingency Planning Grants

Administering Authority: U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)

 

Deadline :02/07/2020

 

Award Details: Award Ceiling: $200,000
 

Total Funding Available$3,250,000.00

 

Matching Requirement?Yes

 

Summary

Description: The objective of this FOA is to invite states, Indian tribes, irrigation districts, water districts, and other organizations with water or power delivery authority to leverage their money and resources by cost sharing Drought Contingency Planning with Reclamation to build resilience to drought in advance of a crisis. Applicants under this FOA may request funding to develop a new drought plan or to update an existing drought plan (collectively, Drought Contingency Plans). Applicants may also request technical assistance from Reclamation for the development of elements of the Drought Contingency Plan (Project). Through this FOA, Reclamation seeks to support collaborative planning efforts that use a proactive approach to build long-term resiliency to drought. Drought Contingency Plans developed under this program are required to include participation by multiple stakeholders to encourage more comprehensive plans that address issues important to different sectors (e.g., agricultural, municipal, industrial, and environmental). Participation by multiple stakeholders will also broaden support for mitigation and response actions identified in the plans. In addition, Drought Contingency Plans developed under this FOA must include consideration of uncertainties related to changing hydrologic conditions and the potential impacts to water supplies, in order to support long-term resiliency to drought.

 

Additional Information on Eligibility: An eligible applicant is a state, tribe, irrigation district, water district, or other organization with water or power delivery authority. Applicants must also be located in the Western United States as identified in the Reclamation Act of June 17, 1902, as amended and supplemented; specifically: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and Hawaii.

 

 

Contact us for more info.

kcarter@grantmanagementassoc.com

 

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