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Any individual(s) with the skills, knowledge, and resources necessary to carry out the proposed research as the Program Director(s)/Principal Investigator(s) (PD(s)/PI(s)) is invited to work with his/her organization to develop an application for support. Individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups as well as individuals with disabilities are always encouraged to apply for NIH support.

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Polk County Waste & Recycling's mission is to provide excellent service to Polk County residents, to add value to our employees, to protect the environment and reduce operating cost through the effective use of resources. Waste & Recycling has 50 employees in the areas of landfill operations staff, administration, engineering and customer care.

Learn about available surface water grants and find out if you meet the requirements to apply by downloading the complete Surface Water Grant Program Applicant Guide and Program Guidance. This document will help you understand what makes an eligible project and outline how to apply for funding, manage your project, and seek reimbursement. In addition, the tabs below outline basic information that will help you navigate to the appropriate section with the guidance document and other helpful resources.

Management plan implementation projects will implement an approved recommendation found in a surface water management plan. Projects will improve or protect surface water or aquatic ecosystems. Eligible activities include the actions necessary to implement the recommendation.

The Lake Monitoring & Protection Network provides annual support to network cooperators for lake monitoring and AIS prevention activities. Eligible network cooperators include counties, federal agencies, tribal governing bodies and cooperative agents designated by a county. Detailed information on Lake Monitoring & Protection Network grants can be found in Section 4 of the guidance document.

Funding priorities vary depending on the grant type. In general, strong projects will be specific, well-thought out, and include specific details. You should strive to describe your project richly, but concisely. As you develop your project, be sure to consider the appropriate ranking sheet of your grant type. Ranking sheets can be found in Appendix A: Application Ranking Sheets.

Healthy Lakes & Rivers is a subprogram of the Surface Water Management grant program that focuses on shoreland landowners that want to install practices on their property to improve habitat and water quality. Healthy Lakes & Rivers grants support five simple and inexpensive best practices that may be installed in the littoral, transition/buffer, and upland zones of shoreland properties. Practices must follow department guidelines published in the Healthy Lakes and Rivers Action Plan and supporting technical guidance. A variety of technical and financial resources are available to assist Healthy Lakes & Rivers grant applicants and managers.

Information on blood drives, blood donation appointments as well as your personal blood donor account can be found on our Red Cross Blood website (click the link below). You may also call us 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767). 041b061a72


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