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Grants Trainings

How to Develop a DOEE Grant Application
A 4-part training series on DOEE’s Request for Applications (RFA), providing tools to develop an effective response.  This series is designed for those with zero to limited grant writing experience.  Training Videos>>

Open Grants

Listed below are DOEE's “open” grants, funding opportunities, and requests for applications and proposals (RFAs & RFPs) to fund various environmental projects. They appear with the most recent announced RFAs at the top. For those items that are closed, please see the archives page.

Notice of Request for Applicants - DC Flood Resilience Community Walk Project
DOEE seeks eligible entities to lead two community walks targeting the Watts Branch and Oxon Run neighborhoods of Wards 7 and 8. These communities are increasingly vulnerable to flooding and climate change. The walks will build community resilience to future flooding, help the public understand the risk of flooding, and mitigate that risk. The deadline for applications is November 30, 2022. Read more>>

Notice of Request for Applicants - Reducing Boat Sewage Discharge From Recreational Boats into District Waterways
DOEE seeks eligible entities who, after this competition, will have their proposal submitted to the US Fish & Wildlife Service for a federal grant. The grant would be for projects that will provide new or improved boat sewage pumpouts for recreational boats. The purpose of these grants is to reduce sewage in the rivers of the District of Columbia and the Chesapeake Bay by providing pumpout services to recreational boaters in the District of Columbia. The deadline for applications is November 30, 2022. Read more>>

Notice of Request for Applicants - Perfecting Percolation in District Parklands: Testing Soil Amendment Techniques and Subsoiling on Compacted Urban Land
DOEE seeks eligible entities to implement a research and field monitoring program to (1) identify and assess compacted urban lands in the MS4 sewershed, and then (2) research and test out different decompaction techniques, (3) assess the techniques’ effectiveness and practicality, and (4) provide guidance and recommendations on best practices. The deadline for applications is October 21, 2022. Read more>>