The Request for Proposals for 2023 SNEP Watershed Implementation Grants (SWIG23) is now available! This year, SWIG will award $2.9 million in grants to programs and partnerships working to restore clean water, healthy ecosystems and sustainable communities throughout Southeast New England. SWIG23 is funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through a partnership with Restore America’s Estuaries. The initial application step is an on-line Letter of Intent, due by 4 p.m. on Friday, April 7, 2023.
Since 2018, SWIG has provided more than $12 million in funding for nearly 60 environmental restoration projects in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. For more about the SWIG program and past grants, click here.
To read the SWIG23 Request for Proposals and submit an application, click the link below:
Restore America’s Estuaries will host on-line webinars for prospective applicants on Mar. 1st and 7th. Participation links are on the SWIG23 web page.
The SNEP Watershed Implementation Grants are administered by Restore America’s Estuaries. The SNEP Network, administered by the New England Environmental Finance Center, provides municipalities, tribes and organizations access to free training and technical assistance to advance stormwater management and ecological restoration goals across the region. To learn more, click here.