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Grants & Funding Opportunites

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Missouri Department of Conservation
Missouri Department of Conservation

Thanks to a generous grant TCIA is offering free virtual (web meetings) training on Electrical Hazards Awareness Program (EHAP), Ground Operations 2: Chipper Specialist, Aerial Lift Operations 1: Fundamentals, and Ground Operations 3: Chain Saw Specialist.

The free courses are all on-line multi-hour workshops.  These are available to personnel in companies of 250 or less employees.  If your company or know a company that may be interested in these programs, see the details and how to register at
: https://www.tcia.org/Susan-Harwood-Grant?utm_medium=email&utm_source=sharpspring&sslid=Mzc1NzQzNTM1srQ0AQA&sseid=MzIxMTAytTA1MwIA&jobid=035253d8-7553-4141-a471-1a2c288eafdb.

Register soon because classes are filling fast!

Jon Skinner
Community Forester
Missouri Department of Conservation
201 Riviera Dr.
Joplin, MO 64804
Jon.skinner@mdc.mo.gov
417-629-3434  Extn 4543

 

Environmental Protection Agency:

Clean School Bus Program

EPA Announces $67 Million Grant Program to Help Communities Manage Stormwater

Food Waste Management Project Grant (Anaerobic Digestion)
EPA Announces $6.5 Billion in New Funding Available for Water Infrastructure Projects
EPA Clean School Bus Program Summer Webinar Series; Submit your application by August 19, 2022


Missouri Environmental Education Association:
Environmental Educator Grant


 

Missouri Prairie Foundation
Prairie Garden Grant Applications. Click here for details.


 

Missouri Bird Conservation Initiative:
Jerry Wade Youth Habitat and Education Program (YHEP) Grants


 

Missouri Department of Natural Resources

During the 2019 legislative session, the Missouri General Assembly reauthorized the 50-cent scrap tire fee applied to the retail sale of every new tire. Up to 45% of the revenues generated from this scrap tire fee is authorized for use to fund grants to develop scrap tire markets or encourage scrap tire use in creating new products. Scrap tires are often ground into shreds and crumb rubber for use in various applications.

The department supports and promotes using recycled scrap tires through surface material grants for different surfacing projects or molded products. These grants fund the cost and delivery of scrap tire material for the following uses:

  • Non-Playground Scrap Tire Surface Material Grants - Running tracks, walking trails, equine/ livestock stalls/ riding areas, benches, picnic tables and other projects.

  • Playground Scrap Tire Surface Material Grants - Playground mats or surfaces only.

The department offers and awards grants each year. Grant recipients must execute a Financial Assistance Agreement with the department before beginning any work on an approved grant project. For more information about scrap tire surface material grants, please contact the department’s Waste Management Program.

Applications must be postmarked by July 15, 2022.

Additional Information:

 

DNR offers FREE webinar on State ARPA Funding for Community Water Infrastructure Grant Program

Department of Natural Resources reschedules ARPA webinars


Missouri Department of Agriculture
 Department of Agriculture Announces Funding for School Agriculture Departments: deadline September 1. 2022

 

Missouri Recycling Association - MORA