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Tribes

Grants Education and Technical Assistance Webinar Series for Tribes, Tribal Organizations, Indian Health, Tribal and Urban, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

This pre-recorded webinar series provides the tools and knowledge to successfully apply for and manage HRSA grants. It offers training on how to write better grant proposals and evaluation plans, as well as strategies for successful grant management and more. Although the webinars are tailored to address requirements of grants administered by HRSA, many of the practices described in the modules are broadly applicable to federal grants.  Presentations in the series include Writing a Competitive Grant Application/HRSA Review Criteria; Applying for a HRSA Grant: A Grantee and a Reviewer’s Perspectives/The Benefits of Becoming a Reviewer; Writing a Successful Evaluation Plan for Your Grant Application; Preparing a Budget for Your Grant Proposal; and Effective Grants Management/Administration & Reporting

Innovative Strategies and Case Studies to Reduce Residential Wood Smoke, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Office of Air and Radiation, EPA

The presentations in this webinar provide information about strategies to reduce residential wood smoke.  No registration is required to access slides available at https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2016-02/documents/webinar62513.pdf

Presentations in the series include EPA Programs and Tools Available to States, Tribes, and Locals; A Case Study: Responding to a Wood Smoke Health Complaint (NY State Department of Health); Residential Wood Smoke Monitoring Kit: A Tool to Consider (Northeast States for a Coordinated Air Use Management); Oregon’s Wood Stove Removal Upon Sale of Home Program: How it Came to Be (Oregon DEQ); and Wood Smoke Reduction and Public Outreach: Lessons Learned in Pierce County, WA (Puget Sound Clean Air Agency)

How to Write a Successful Tribal 319 Competitive Grant Proposal, EPA

The presentation presents tips on how to write successful Tribal Clean Water Act Section 319 grants.  Only slides for this webinar are available.  Presentations in the series include Overview of Competitive Tribal Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 319 Grant Process; Penobscot Indian Nation Water Resources Program; and Make It A Reality: 319 Competitive Grant Funding Solutions for On the Ground Projects

Tribal 319 Base and Competitive Funding and Developing a Good Work Plan, EPA

This presentation discusses the process for applying for Section 319 grants.  Only slides for this webinar are available.  Presentations in webinar include Overview of Tribal CWA Section 319 Program Funding Structure; Clean Water Act Section 319 BASE Grants Funding; Overview of Tribal CWA Section 319 Competitive Grant/RFP; and Process Developing A “Good” Workplan.