From CT DEEP Save the Date February 22, 2023 2:00-3:30 PM We are pleased, to inform you that the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Connecticut Council on Soil and Water Conservation are seeking public comment regarding two guidance documents. The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Connecticut Council on Soil and Water Conservation have collaborated to prepare the draft updates for the Connecticut Guidelines for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control and the Connecticut Stormwater Quality Manual and are seeking your feedback! Please consider joining the public comment period by sharing your feedback. Feedback is due March 1, 2023.
Please email comments to [email protected] *Informational Webinar* An informational webinar will be held on February 22, 2023 2:00-3:30 PM to provide an overview of the drafted revisions and answer any questions. No registration is required, the zoom meeting link below will take you directly to the meeting. Please see the attached save the date. Meeting Link: ctdeep.zoom.us/j/83529432314... See MoreSee Less
Where to Begin? Navigating Connecticut Grant Opportunities
Date: Mar 27 2023 Time: 9:30 am - 1:00 pm Location - somewhere in central CT (TBD)
Simply put, there are a lot of funding opportunities available right now. With historic federal investments in environmental and climate infrastructure, communities and organizations across Connecticut must quickly determine which programs are worth the time and resources needed to put together an application. This workshop aims to position attendees to take advantage of grant funding opportunities, like the Long Island Sound Futures Fund, in the near-term — helping them implement priority projects. Participants will learn about the “do’s and don’ts” of a successful proposal, how to successfully engage partners and community members, and how to communicate the benefits of their project to funders. You will hear from staff from state and federal funding programs, and have the opportunity to brainstorm project ideas with program staff one-on-one. Lastly, you will have the option to attend in-person site visit(s) to see successfully funded projects first-hand.
To learn more about the upcoming workshop please contact Kyle Gray, Manager, Programs and Engagement, Throwe Environmental, LLC, at [email protected]nvironmental.com.
Where to Begin? Navigating Connecticut Grant Opportunities Simply put, there are a lot of funding opportunities available right now. With historic federal investments in environmental and climate infr...