The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC), the Technical Assistance to Brownfields Program (TAB) at Kansas State University, and the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR) have partnered together to present a FREE workshop.
The workshop will focus on information for Alaska Native Corporations, tribes, and cities and boroughs that are interested in US EPA 104(k) Assessment, Cleanup, Revolving Loan Fund or Multi-Purpose grants for potentially contaminated sites. Applications for these grants, which range from $300,000 to $1 Million, are accepted each fall.
Participants will learn tips for writing a successful application, utilizing the TABEZ online grant writing tool, and successful partnering strategies. Sign up for office hours for even more assistance!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Alaska Native Corporation representatives and their grant writers, 128(a) Tribal Response Program Coordinators, and city and borough representatives that are interested in applying for 104(k) USEPA Brownfield Assessment, Cleanup, Revolving Loan Fund or Multi-Purpose Grants in the near future.
Questions? Contact Joy Britt at 907-729-5630, or email@example.com
4501 Diplomacy Dr
Anchorage, AK 99508