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Apply Today: Healthy Coast Grant Opportunity

The Coastal Management Program is pleased to open a special grant funding opportunity for small-scale, site-specific community planning projects that will protect coastal natural resources and connect people to the Great Lakes.   

The funding opportunity is part of the Coastal Management Program's Coastal Healthy Habitat, Waters, and Communities Initiative established to support nature-based solutions, enhance coastal public access, and protect water quality. Program coordinators will provide technical assistance to grantees. 

Through a partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, $225,000 will be made available. Successful planning projects will be considered for implementation funds in future grant cycles.

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Important Information:

Deadline: June 17, 2019

For assistance: Contact Coastal Habitat Coordinator Karen Boase or Coastal Water Quality Coordinator Madeleine Gorman.

Notice: The Coastal Management Program transferred from the Department of Natural Resources to the new Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) April 22, 2019. Grant processes will not be interrupted. 

Michigan’s Coastal Management Program works in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which supports a network of state-federal partnerships protecting America’s coasts.