PROJECT PROPOSALS

2016 Project Solicitation Guideline

Project Proposals may be submitted by permit-holders, municipalities, non-governmental organizations, private companies, research institutions, state and local agencies and individuals who are in a position to carry out the project they are proposing. If you are submitting a Project Proposal, all items are required.

 

Project Concepts are ideas for projects that the board might consider funding. Project Concepts allow the board to gather a broad range of ideas from members who may not themselves be in a position to carry them forward. If you are submitting a Project Concept, you need only provide the items below that are underlined.

 

When project proposals are accepted, the submission period for project proposals and project concepts is open October 1 through December 31. Proposals may be considered by the Board of Directors at their discretion at any time.

 

Project Proposals are not being accepted this year. If you have a project that you would like funded that fits the below guidelines please contact Christa Hoover in the office or Board Chair, Jeff Bailey, for further discussion.



Required Items to Submit:

Proposer’s contact information. Name, email and phone.
Acknowledgment of having read CR/PWSMA Strategic Priorities and bylaws.
Identify the CR/PWSMA strategic priority addressed by the project.
Brief description of project – 250 words maximum.
Estimate of total project costs and amount needed from CR/PWSMA. Identify other sources of funds.
Approximate date of project completion.

CR/PWSMA policies to consider:

The CR/PWSMA has a preference for cost sharing with others and for the potential grant recipient to be a significant source of funding.
The CR/PWSMA does not seek to own any plant or equipment
Projects funded by the CR/PWSMA must be available to, or benefit, all S03E permit holders.
Single year projects are preferred over multi-year projects.



Funded Project Proposals