Connecting Hood Canal communities to conservation through the Hood Canal Watershed Education Network
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Further, this NTA would support efforts to further engage businesses, landowners, and the agricultural community through inclusion in HCWEN, but also through a mini-grant program that, over four years, would provide small grants to assist with the implementation of BMPs that will help to reverse declines in water quality and shellfish populations. Specifically, HCWEN w...
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|02/27/2019 12:00 AM||Jennifer Burke||Total Cost Estimate Comment: The estimate covers the coordination of quarterly meetings, including planning and facility costs. The budget includes $12,000 to implement four annual professional development trainings to address needs identified by HCWEN's 2015 Strategic Plan. This includes areas such as social marketing and scientific communications. $18,000 is included for sub-grants that HCWEN will award to help businesses, landowners, and others to implement stormwater BMPs in Mason/Jefferson/Kitsap counties.|
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