- Educational Institution
- General Public
- Local Government
- Native/Tribal Entity
- Private Sector
- State Government
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The Gulf of Mexico Program, housed within the Gulf of Mexico Division, is a non-regulatory program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency founded to facilitate collaborative actions to protect, maintain, and restore the health and productivity of the Gulf of Mexico in ways consistent with the economic well-being of the Region. To carry out its mission, the Gulf of Mexico Program continues to maintain and expand partnerships with State and Federal agencies, Federally recognized Tribes, local governments and authorities, academia, regional business and industry, agricultural and environmental organizations, and individual citizens and communities.
Eligible Uses: Ecosystem and wetland restoration, storm water treatment and control, nature-based infrastructure, community resilience, resilient shorelines, and environmental education.
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Free help on training and technical assistance to small wastewater and decentralized wastewater treatment works serving approx. 10,000 or fewer people.EPA and Environmental Finance Center at UNC release Leveraging the Integrated Planning Framework for Advancing Climate Resilience and Environmental Justice: 5 case studies
Case studies outlining how municipalities used EPA’s Integrated Planning Framework to incorporate climate change and/or environmental justice concerns into a holistic long-term plan.Resource Hub | Apprenticeship.gov