This is a 15-slide Powerpoint presentation summarizing the steps needed for tribal communities to apply for and implement a federally-funded NPS project. Gives practical steps and examples from Red Rock Creek and stabilization of a beaver dam. The presentation emphasizes the steps needed to obtain eligibility, secure cooperators and partners, apply for base funding and to apply for competitive funding. It notes the need to justify the importance of water resources, and to gain tribal support and endorsement for the project.
Presented at the Tribal Nonpoint Source Program Workshop, October 9-11, 2007. Grand Portage: Grand Portage Reservation.
Grand Portage Nonpoint Source Management Program: A Successful Program/Case Study.
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