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319 Nonpoint Source Project Grants are funds awarded by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to assist the state, regional public comprehensive planning organizations and interstate organizations to carry out water quality management planning. Funds are used to determine the nature and extent of point and nonpoint source pollution and to develop management plans to address them with an emphasis on a watershed approach. Project length may be up to three years with awards typically ranging from $30,000 to $100,000. There is no match requirement.

The Wilson's Grant includes 319 funding goals, milestones, and projects.


Projects

Review the current and archived projects associated with the Wilson's Creek Grant:


The Wilson's Creek Grant, plan, and implementations are funded thanks to:
 

Funding

 

The Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 through a MO Department of Natural Resources grant to _______ provided partial funding for this project under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act.


Partners

 

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