Grants are available for design & engineering, construction/upgrade & rehabilitation of non-motorized public access projects within the Ohio River Basin. Priority will be given to projects that improve recreational access on rivers & streams as well as those that support & advance POWR’s mission, specifically the facilitation, stewardship, & enjoyment of PA’s waterways. Eligible applicants include non-profit organizations with tax-exempt status 501c3, municipalities, counties, & educational institutions. Applicants can request up to $20k & project proposals must include a 1:1 match. Applications due 1/31/23.
POWR is excited to share an upcoming event hosted by four watershed organizations in Columbia County: The first ever Susquehanna Valley will be held at Cara Park in Catawissa on July 30th from 10AM till 4PM. Event includes informational and activity tables, music, food, and more. Visit the Calendar of Events page for more details.
Join POWR and your peers and partners for a Conversation Café: A peer learning opportunity on meeting the challenges of local government engagement on Wednesday, August 31, 2022.
Register today for this collaborative learning experience that can help you develop a sense of empowerment that will make your next civic engagement effort or project more successful.
Do you have a deep love of water, wildlife, and woods? Do you enjoy learning about the environment and being outdoors? Is it important to you that we preserve our waterways and natural areas for future generations? Take action! Join the Master Watershed Steward Information Session Webinar for PA Wilds and learn
The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has officially announced the Round 28 Supplemental Fall Grant program. Deadline for proposals is October 27, 2022. Funding priorities include community and watershed forestry practices that promote clean water and climate resiliency among other others. For more information about eligibility, funding priorities, and
3RQ Announces GAPS Generating Awareness for Project Success (GAPS) is a collaboration between the Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds (FPW) and Three Rivers QUEST (3RQ) with support from the Colcom Foundation to assist grass-roots organizations within the Allegheny and Monongahela river basins with preparing and applying for successful remediation projects. Utilizing
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