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File Troff document Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number
Step-by-Step Process to Register with iUpdate and Obtain a DUNS Number
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File SAM Registration Instructions
Quick Start Guide for New Grantee Registration
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File Call For Proposals: Urban Waters Capacity-Building Grants
The goal of the Urban Waters Capacity-Building Grants is to improve our nation’s impaired urban water resources – rivers, lakes, wetlands and more – and the socioeconomically challenged communities around them by providing local organizations, tribal and local governments with the skills and techniques to effectively restore these resources over time.
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RFP for Watershed-Based Planning Projects issued 3/4/11 by NM Environment Department, Surface Water Quality Bureau, Watershed Protection Section. A portion of the §319(h) funding awarded to the New Mexico Environment Department in fiscal year 2012 will fund stakeholder-driven initiatives to develop watershed-based plans which quantitatively describe sources of nonpoint source pollution, identify management measures to address pollutant loading, quantify the effects that implementation of those management measures would have, and accomplish other planning elements.
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RFP for On-The-Ground Surface Water Quality Improvement Projects issued 3/4/11 by NM Environment Department, Surface Water Quality Bureau, Watershed Protection Section. A portion of the §319(h) funding awarded to the New Mexico Environment Department in fiscal year 2012 will fund watershed-based initiatives that are most likely to measurably improve water quality in priority waters by 2015 and in the longer term.
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Funding Opportunity Announcment - Water SMART Grants
Bureau of Reclamation has released FOAs for three WaterSMART grants: System Optimization Review Grants, Advanced Water Treatment Pilot and Demonstration Project Grants, and Grants to Develop Climate Analysis Tools.
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The New Mexico Centennial Re-Leaf Program is happy to announce that our 2011/2012 Grant Guidelines and Application are now available for download on our website at: www.nmforestry.com (link to the Re-Leaf Program).
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File 2015 Western State Fire Assistance WUI grant applications
State Forestry’s Request for Applications for planning and implementing hazardous fuels mitigation projects that will reduce fire threat in Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) areas in New Mexico (also known as WUI grants).
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Funding Opportunity: New Mexico Invasive Plants Program
This is a posting from the NMIPP for a grant to manage invasive plants
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The Bureau of Reclamation has made two funding opportunities available to help water users develop drought contingency plans and build long-term drought resiliency as part of Reclamation's Drought Response Program. These opportunities will be allocated through a competitive process. The drought resiliency project funding opportunity is for projects that will increase the reliability of water supply; improve water management; implement systems to facilitate the voluntary sale, transfer, or exchange of water; and provide benefits for fish, wildlife, and the environment to mitigate impacts caused by drought. States, tribes, irrigation districts, water districts, and other organizations with water or power delivery authority are invited to leverage their money and resources by cost sharing with Reclamation. It is available at www.grants.gov by searching for funding opportunity number R16-FOA-DO-006. The drought contingency planning funding opportunity is for applicants to request funding to develop a new drought plan or to update an existing drought plan. Applicants may also request technical assistance from Reclamation for the development of elements of the Drought Contingency Plan. States, Indian tribes, irrigation districts, water districts, and other organizations with water or power delivery authority are eligible for this funding opportunity. It is available at www.grants.gov by searching for funding opportunity number R16-FOA-DO-005. Approximately $6 million will be available for both funding opportunities. Applicants must also provide a 50 percent non-Federal cost-share. Applications are due on April 11, 2016, by 4 p.m. MDT as indicated in the funding opportunities. For more than 100 years, Reclamation and its partners have worked to develop a sustainable water and power future for the West. This program is part of the Department of the Interior's WaterSMART Program, which focuses on improving water conservation and sustainability, while helping water resource managers make sound decisions about water use. To find out more information about Reclamation's WaterSMART program, visit www.usbr.gov/watersmart, or visit the Drought Response Program at www.usbr.gov/drought.
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