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CZM anticipates the release of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Requests for Responses (RFRs) for Coastal Resilience Grants and Coastal Pollutant Remediation (CPR) Grants this spring. In advance of the release of the RFRs, CZM will host four information sessions to discuss the goals and requirements of the two grant programs, answer questions, and provide feedback on potential project ideas:
The Coastal Resilience Grant Program provides funding to coastal communities to reduce risks associated with coastal storms, flooding, erosion, and sea level rise through innovative and transferable local initiatives. Eligible projects include efforts to increase awareness and understanding of climate impacts, assess vulnerability and risk, plan for changing conditions, and redesign vulnerable public facilities and infrastructure. Additionally, both coastal communities and eligible nonprofits may seek funding for non-structural (or green infrastructure) approaches that enhance natural resources and provide storm damage protection. CZM’s CPR Grant Program provides funds to municipalities within the Massachusetts Coastal Watershed for a variety of projects that address local nonpoint source stormwater pollution issues, including water quality assessment, the design and construction of structural Best Management Practices (BMPs), and commercial boat-waste pumpout facilities.
For additional assistance, potential applicants are also encouraged to refer to the contact information found near the bottom of these pages: Coastal Resilience Grant Program and CPR Grant Program.
MassBays Strategic Communications Plan - The Massachusetts Bays National Estuary Program (MassBays) is seeking applications from qualified contractors to work with MassBays and members of its Management Committee to develop a communications strategy to broaden awareness of MassBays’ programs and accomplishments; highlight scientific research, monitoring, and management needs across the planning area; and invite current and new partners to participate actively in achieving the goals (PDF, 501 KB) of its Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP). For more information, to view the Request for Responses, and download required forms, see the COMMBUYS website. Applications are due by March 21.
Also, see COMMBUYS, the Commonwealth's electronic procurement system, for other state opportunities.