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NOAA Environmental Literacy Grants: Supporting the education of K-12 students and the public for community resilience – $3 million Applications Due: November 25, 2019 for pre-applications; March 26, 2020 for Priority 1 full applications Eligible Entities: k-12 public and independent schools and school systems, state and local government agencies, Indian tribal governments The goal of […]
DOI FWS 2020 National Fish Passage Program – $13.9 million Applications Due: September 30, 2020 Eligible Entities: state and federal agencies, tribes, and local municipalities The National Fish Passage Program (NFPP) is a voluntary program that provides direct technical and financial assistance to partners. The program works in partnership to provide fish (and other aquatic […]
NIHB Request for Applications Mini-Award for Climate and Health Communication Applications due Friday, November 8, 2019 by 11:59 PM ET The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) is delighted to announce a call for applications for a Climate Ready Tribes Initiative Mini-Award for Climate and Health Communication. This opportunity is designed to fund up to three […]
Funding is available for fish hatchery maintenance programs. Please see the attached RFP or contact the BIA for more information. Deadline: January 15, 2020 Contact: Rudy Peone, Fisheries Biologist rudy.peone 2020-Application for Fish Hatchery Maint funding-4 pages.docx
Successful applications will belimited to projects that are directly related to the restoration, management,and/or economic development of “tribal trust resources” (see definitionsbelow). In addition to the above requirement, only those projects that meet at least one of the following two criteria will be considered for funding: Projects involving species protected by the Endangered Species Act […]
Successful applications will focus on the management/control of invasive species on tribal trust lands, individual Indian allotment lands, or in areas managed by tribes through treaties or agreements. Instead of focusing on the definition of “Invasive Species,” this program will focus on the damage caused to Tribal Trust Resources and leave it to the discretion […]
Once home to the Charcowah village of the Clowewalla, the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde bought the 23-acre site from Washington developer George Heidgerken. The property is located within the tribes’ ancestral homelands and holds significant historical and cultural importance for the Grand Ronde. “Willamette Falls is the second largest waterfall in the United States […]
The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians will be hosting the 2019 Tribal Water Summit September 5-6, 2019 at the University of Idaho, College of Law in Moscow, ID. The goals of the 2019 Tribal Water Summit are to bring together a diverse group of leaders, scientists, policy analysts, and community citizens to exchange knowledge about […]
The Tribes and First Nations Climate Summit brought together over 200 tribal leaders, staff, and tribal members, agency staff, students and practitioners to advance tribal climate change programs, strategies, policy and action by discussing current issues related to three key themes: Traditional Knowledges, Tribal Climate Resiliency, and Policy. Over 40 tribes from across the nation […]
Goals and Objectives are based in understanding Native climate sensitivity
Native communities are among the most climate-sensitive groups within the Northwest, Southern and Eastern regions of the United States.
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