Published December 20, 2021
The DNRC Renewable Resource Grant and Loan Program (RRGL) is accepting planning grant applications. Planning grants are available to government entities for planning activities which lead to an RRGL program project application to conserve, manage, develop or protect a renewable resource in Montana.
Planning grants are available to government entities for planning activities which lead to an RRGL program project application to conserve, manage, develop or protect a renewable resource in Montana. Planning activities funded through this program include, but are not limited to:
- Contracted technical services necessary to produce or update a preliminary engineering report (PER) meeting the requirements of the Uniform Application OR to meet the requirements of Step. 4 Technical Narrative of the RRGL application.
- Other resource contracted services such as capital improvement plans (CIP), growth plans, sample collections, surveys, studies, and other activities that lead to an RRGL application.
The program does not cover costs associated with final design, aquatic invasive species, in-kind activity, or indirect and/or program costs.
Project Type and Maximum Funding Levels
|New PER||Updated PER||Technical Narrative||Resource Services (Plans or Studies)|
New Funding Source
Funding is available to local government entities through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) for water and sewer projects including, but not limited to, water management, irrigation, water conservation, habitat protection and restoration, and storm water projects. Applications are due January 14, 2022.
For additional information visit: https://arpa.mt.gov/