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SEE ALSO: Energy 

Department of Commerce - Grants
Commerce, Department of  
The Minnesota Department of Commerce, Division of Energy Resources produces a list of state and federal funding opportunities on a regular basis. The list includes solicitations of proposals for energy grant funding or other incentives from a wide variety of organizations.

Department of Employment and Economic Development - Contamination Cleanup and Investigation Grant Program
Employment and Economic Development, Department of  
This program provides funding for investigation and cleanup of contaminated sites for private or public redevelopment. Cities, port authorities, housing and redevelopment authorities, economic development authorities, or counties are eligible. Both publicly- and privately-owned sites with known or suspected soil or groundwater contamination qualify for this program.

Department of Employment and Economic Development - Infrastructure Funding
Employment and Economic Development, Department of  
Systems for purifying, storing and distributing drinking water. Safe and sanitary wastewater treatment. Solid roads. Decent housing stock. Public facilities. DEED helps communities finance the construction of the basic infrastructure they need to protect public health and safety and pave the way for economic growth.

Department of Natural Resources - Conservation Partners Legacy - Traditional Grant Cycle
Natural Resources, Department of  
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) manages the CPL program to provide competitive matching grants from $5,000 up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities. Grants must restore, protect or enhance prairies, wetlands, forests, or habitat for fish, game, or wildlife in Minnesota. A 10 percent match of non-state funds is required for all grants. The match may be cash or in-kind resources. The amount and source of match must be identified at the time of application. Total project costs may not exceed $575,000.

Department of Natural Resources - Expedited Conservation Projects (ECP)
Natural Resources, Department of  
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) manages the Conservation Partners Legacy ECP grant cycle to provide matching grants from $5,000 up to $50,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities. Grants must restore or enhance prairies, wetlands, forests, or habitat for fish, game, or wildlife in Minnesota. A 10 percent match of non-state funds is required for all grants. The match may be cash or in-kind resources. The amount and source of match must be identified at the time of application. Total project costs may not exceed $575,000.

Department of Natural Resources - Grants
Natural Resources, Department of  
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) offers a wide variety of grant programs to cities, counties, townships, non-profits, schools, private individuals and others. Areas covered include: Aquatic invasive species | Education, planning and research | Enforcement | Forest management | Habitat improvement | Land conservation | Recreation | Water | Wildlife conservation.

Department of Natural Resources- Conservation Partners Legacy - Metro Grant
Natural Resources, Department of  
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) manages the CPL program to provide competitive matching grants from $5,000 up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities. Grants must restore, protect or enhance prairies, wetlands, forests, or habitat for fish, game, or wildlife in Minnesota. A 10 percent match of non-state funds is required for all grants. The match may be cash or in-kind resources. The amount and source of match must be identified at the time of application. Total project costs may not exceed $575,000.

Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources - Grants
Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources  
The function of the LCCMR (formerly LCMR) is to make funding recommendations to the legislature for special environment and natural resource projects, primarily from the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund. These projects help maintain and enhance Minnesota's environment and natural resources.

Pollution Control Agency - Grants
Pollution Control Agency  
The Pollution Control Agency offers a variety of grants for: Burn barrel reduction | Solid waste processing facilities | Environmental assistance | Program development and implementation technical assistance | Phosphorus reduction | Total maximum daily load reductions | Surface water assessments | Wastewater and stormwater construction projects


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