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Nonpoint Source Implementation RFP FY 2023

Contact: Bob Sweet 517-512-9765

The Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) is requesting proposals to implement priority recommendations in critical areas from approved watershed management plans. Under this RFP, about $4.3 million in state and federal funding is expected to be available for nonpoint source control projects. The timeline, application and award processes will be similar to previous years.  We strongly suggest that applicants consult with NPS staff as they work with partners and stakeholders to develop potential projects.  The RFP, appendices, and all forms and instructions are linked below.

Projects Awarded Spring 2023 or with FY23 State and Federal Budget approvals

Eligible applicants include nonprofits that are tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, local units of government (such as state agencies; county, city, township, and village entities; regional planning agencies; Conservation Districts), and Michigan colleges and universities. Applicants must also supply proof of a successful audit at the time of the full application.

Eligible watersheds are watersheds covered by a watershed management plan approved as meeting state and federal guidance.

Eligible activities are implementing priority recommendations to address nonpoint sources of pollution in critical or priority areas as designated in an approved watershed management plan.

For additional information please contact your District NPS Staff person or Bob Sweet.

Request for Proposal Documents