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Environmental Education Grants Awarded in Region 4

A summary of information about the grants awarded in EPA Region 4 is provided below. 

 
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Statistics for EPA Region 4 (1992-2016)

Category Grants EPA Funds

Audiences*
Students 271 $4,908,860
Educators 244 $5,056,101
General Public 131 $2,369,900

Types of Organizations
College/University 95 $1,978,126
Local government agency (county/city) 22 $154,531
Non-commercial broadcaster 1 $5,000
Non-profit organization 163 $3,126,816
School/school district/school board 94 $1,056,101
State government agency 20 $721,335
Tribal education or tribal non-profit organization 5 $25,536

Environmental Issues*
Air/Climate 20 $666,258
Biodiversity/ecosystem/ habitat/species 98 $1,486,744
Human health 28 $637,091
Pesticides 9 $191,362
Soil/agriculture 24 $226,697
Solid waste 34 $263,651
Toxic substances 11 $221,009
Water 136 $2,849,931
State, tribal, and local partnerships 1 $91,000
General environmental literacy 157 $2,582,159

Years
2016 3 $273,000
2015 2 $181,800
2014 3 $273,000
2013 2 $250,000
2012 2 $366,000
2011 6 $429,094
2010 7 $190,000
2009 8 $509,873
2008 12 $310,500
2007 5 $94,000
2006 17 $256,500
2005 17 $329,629
2004 18 $302,983
2003 21 $350,418
2002 19 $227,150
2001 26 $417,987
2000 20 $239,427
1999 28 $251,200
1998 28 $360,342
1997 28 $347,615
1996 22 $175,745
1995 28 $288,329
1994 23 $216,551
1993 29 $194,802
1992 26 $231,500
Total 400 $7,067,445

*Many grants are directed toward more than one audience and address multiple environmental issues, so numbers exceed 100%.

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