at the Little Creek Casino in Shelton, WA, has been rescheduled to October 26-27, 2020. For questions or more information, contact email@example.com.
EPA offers grants and technical assistance to support tribal environmental programs in assessing and managing their nonpoint source pollution problems and threats under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act. Learn more about EPA's Tribal 319 Grant Program.
Work plans and budgets for 2022 funding are due January 29, 2021.
Awards will be made by September 30, 2021.
See Related Documents below for the base grant guidance and other materials.
- For competitive grants, visit Nonpoint Source Tribal Current Grant Information: Competitive Grants.
- For training opportunites, visit Training and Technical Assistance for Tribes in Region 10 (sort by training title or topic, e.g. water quality monitoring (106) and nonpoint source pollution (319)).
- Krista Mendelman (firstname.lastname@example.org), 206-553-1571
Work Plan Format
- Guidelines for Awarding Clean Water Act Section 319 Base Grants to Indian Tribes (links to Federal Register)
- Status of Tribal 319 Assessment Reports and Management Program Schedules of Milestones for Region 10 (PDF)(3 pp, 119 K, October 2020)
Region 10 Tribal 106 and 319 Draft Work Plan Checklist (PDF)(2 pp, 135 K)
Tasks to include in your Section 106 and 319 work plans.