Water: Watershed Central
Watershed organizations, state, tribal, and local governments need adequate resources to achieve goals of the Clean Water Act and improve our nation's water quality. You can access hundreds of funding sources to help fund the implementation of your watershed plan. These sources include federal, state, local, and private sources. The list below provides tools, databases, and information about sources of funding to practitioners and funders that serve to protect watersheds.
Sustainable Finance - This EPA Web site provides information on funding sources for watershed Programs.
The Directory of Watershed Resources - An on-line, searchable database that includes information on federal, state (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont), private, and other funding sources and assistance.
EPA Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Estuarine and Great Lakes Program (EAGLES) - This site provides basic information about the STAR program. The National Center for Environmental Research's (NCER) Science to Achieve Results or STAR program funds research grants and graduate fellowships in numerous environmental science and engineering disciplines through a competitive solicitation process and independent peer review.