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October 2009: Future Funding Prospects for Great Lakes Basin Program Grant Projects

:: Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Program Plans for Non-point Source Pollution Reduction
:: New Erosion Resources
:: Around the Basin
:: Upcoming Events

In this issue of Keeping it on the Land, we look for funding opportunities under President Obama’s proposed Fiscal Year 2010 budget for the Great Lakes Basin Program for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control. Upcoming congressional action will determine whether prospects are promising—or not—for multi-year large scale watershed-based projects.

Winding Fork photo
Soil Scientist Rick Griffin along Winding Fork.
Photo Credit: Mark DeBrock, NRCS Ohio Photo Gallery
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