Tag: funding

  • NewsWater
  • by BPC Staff
  • February 19, 2016
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Bureau of Reclamation Funding Opportunity for Water Reclamation Research Under Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program

Commissioner’s Office Washington, DC Media Contact: Peter Soeth, psoeth@usbr.gov, 303-445-3615 For Immediate Release:  Feb. 18, 2016 Bureau of Reclamation Funding Opportunity for Water Reclamation Research Under Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Reclamation has made a new funding opportunity available for water entities in the Western United States to […]

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Notice of Public Comment, Workshops, and Adoption Meeting for Proposition 1 Groundwater Grant Program Funding Guidelines

   This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board A Notice of Opportunity for Public Comment, Public Workshops and Adoption Meeting on the Draft Proposition 1 Groundwater Grant Program Funding Guidelines. Comment Deadline is April 1, 2016 by 12 noon.  

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  • NewsUSACE
  • by BPC Staff
  • February 10, 2016
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USACE Work Plan and President’s Budget Request

Corps’ Work Plan and President’s Budget Request Please click the links below to view sections of the USACE’s Work Plan and the President’s Budget Request: General Investigations (GI) Construction General (CG) Operations and Maintenance (OM) President’s Budget Request »Click here to view and download the complete budget for fiscal year 2017.

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  • NewsWater
  • by BPC Staff
  • February 9, 2016
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Additional Fiscal Year 2016 Funding of $166.3 Million Available

Commissioner’s Office Washington, DC Media Contact: Dan DuBray, 202-513-0574, ddubray@usbr.gov For Immediate Release:  Feb. 8, 2016 Additional Fiscal Year 2016 Funding of $166.3 Million Available Includes $100 Million Available for Western Drought Response and $47 Million for Rural Water Projects WASHINGTON – Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Estevan López today released the spending plan for $166.3 […]

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Forests: Wildfire-logging Deal Throttled by Senate ENR Leaders

FORESTS: Wildfire-logging deal throttled by Senate ENR leaders Phil Taylor, E&E reporter Published: Wednesday, December 16, 2015   A deal to reform wildfire spending and increase the pace of forestry work was left out of the fiscal 2016 omnibus package amid opposition from key Senate leaders and environmentalists, dealing a blow to the Obama administration and […]

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Register for The Future of Freight: Mobilizing Regional Partners across the Bay Area

   The Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) are hosting an engaging roundtable to discuss strategies to best position the Bay Area for funding and advocacy opportunities to address regional freight needs. This event, The Future of Freight: Mobilizing Regional Partners across the Bay Area, will cover several topics that we would like your input […]

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  • News
  • by BPC Staff
  • November 25, 2015
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Appropriations Status: “Obstacles imperil budget deal”

The Hill: Obstacle imperil budget deal Appropriations Status The article from The Hill discusses the budget deal that is currently being developed in Congress. Below are some conclusions from the article: 1) the allocation to each appropriations subcommittee has not been resolved to spread out the additional funding that was provided in the recent budget agreement. […]

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Coastal Conservancy Announces Round 2 of Proposition 1 Grant Program

The Coastal Conservancy announces Round 2 of its Proposition 1 Grant Program. For the second competitive grant round, the Conservancy invites project proposals that protect and enhance anadromous fish habitat. Link to the complete Proposal Solicitation.  A Word version of the application is availablehere. Proposals for Round 2 are due to the Conservancy on December […]

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States Cannot Wait for Federal Money to Deepen Waterways

Contra Costa Times: States use own funds to deepen waterways “AUSTIN, Texas — Tired of waiting for Congress, states racing to deepen seaports before the opening of the enlarged Panama Canal next year are picking up the cost of what has traditionally been a federal duty. With funding for coastal navigation channels at its lowest […]

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