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MassBays Technical Transfer Resources

MassBays provides technical support and scientific information to decisionmakers in 50 coastal communities.

Proposals for Cleaner Water: A Grant Writing Workshop

In Spring 2016, MassBays teamed up with the Department of Environmental Protection and Bay State Roads to produce a series of workshops for municipal and nonprofit staff, "Proposals for Cleaner Water: A Grant Writing Workshop:. Handouts and presentations from the training are linked here:

Agenda 
Speaker biographies 
State Grant opportunities 
Resources for developing a proposal 

Presentations:

10 Steps to a competitive proposal 
Project mapping: the heart of the matter 
Budgets and deliverables: the details count 
What reviewers see 

Coastal stormwater management through green infrastructure

MassBays received technical support through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 2014 to develop a handbook and workshop series for coastal communities seeking to improve local water quality through stormwater management. Unlike storm drains that transport polluted runoff directly to coastal waters, "green infrastructure" - rain gardens, wetland swales, and pervious pavement - mimics natural habitats, holding water in place and filtering out many pollutants before they reach waterways.

Find the Handbook and a link to additional resources for coastal stormwater management from the Office of Coastal Zone Management below.

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