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Nonpoint Source Watershed Planning Request for Proposals (RFP) Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Information

Contact: Bob Sweet 517-512-9765

 The Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) is requesting proposals to develop new or update existing watershed management plans. Under this RFP, it is anticipated that about $201,000 in federal Clean Water Act section 205(j) funding will be available for watershed planning projects. The timeline, application and award processes this year will be similar to previous years.  We strongly suggest that applicants consult with Nonpoint Source (NPS) staff as they work with partners and stakeholders to develop potential projects.  The RFP, appendices, and all forms and instructions are posted below.

 A webinar was held on Tuesday, July 12, 2022 to explain the FY 2022 NPS Program funding for watershed planning projects. NPS staff discussed the grant application schedule, program priorities, eligibility criteria, application requirements, tips for successful applications, and answered questions from the audience. Click the following link to view a recording of this webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/7983589538008048911

FY22 Planning RFP Schedule

  • RFP Released 7/7/2022
  • Webinar 7/12/2022
  • Proposals due 8/18/2022
  • Projects Awarded Late Fall 2022

Eligible watersheds: All Michigan Watersheds although the NPS Program generally suggests planning at the HUC10 size level or smaller.

Eligible activities: All activities needed to develop or to update an existing plan to an approvable level.

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

Request for Proposal Documents: