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State Environmental Enforcement Training (SEET) Grant

What is the SEET Grant?

A State Environmental Enforcement Training (SEET) Grant provides non-competitive grant funds for states to build and expand their training on environmental compliance and enforcement.  States play a vital role in the implementation of the nation’s environmental Laws & Regulations. 

Training is to be provided in traditional classroom and distance learning training such as webinars, virtual classrooms, and web-based courses using computer-based technologies.

Grant Funding

  • $300,000 for the first year
  • $300,000 may be available for each of the two subsequent years

Eligibility to apply:

Eligible entities are state governments, state consortiums, Federally recognized Indian Tribes and Intertribal Consortia, non-profit training organizations, institutions of higher education, and quasi-governmental entities. 

These grants are managed by the National Enforcement Training Institute (NETI). Since the late 1980’s the four Regional Environmental Enforcement  AssociationsExit EPA Disclaimer have received these grants.

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Who benefits from this training grant?

Regulatory inspectors, attorneys, civil/criminal investigators, and case development specialists, throughout the 50 United States will benefit from the SEET training grant. The SEET grant will provide a comprehensive training program on topics across multiple statutes. It is similar to the training program that NETI currently manages.

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How to Apply for the SEET Grant

  1. Get the SEET Grant Request for Applications (PDF) (28 pp, 378K, About PDF) here or on  Grants.gov
  2. Review General Tips on Writing a Competitive Grant Proposal & Preparing a Budget to assist in applying for funding opportunities at EPA.
  3. Submit your application by June 8, 2012, 5:00 p.m. EDT on  Grants.gov, CDFA #66.709. If your organization is unable to use Grants.gov, contact Arthur Horowitz (horowitz.arthur@epa.gov)at NETI for instructions.
SEET Grant Application

Due Date: June 8, 2012, 5:00 pm EDT

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