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Applications must be postmarked (or received if hand delivered) by May 18, 2007

FFY 200
8

Project Application

Kentucky Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Program


Use this form to apply for
Section 319(h) Nonpoint Source Implementation Grant Funds
.

This application
Must

Be Submitted on this Form or an Identical Copy.

1.

Project Title:

Ken
tucky Institute for Watershed Management Support


2A.

Lead Agency & Primary Contact

Center for Water Resource Studies

Western Kentucky University






3A.

Project Manager Name and Title

Andrew N.S. Ernest
, Ph.D., P.E., DEE

Director


B.

Street Address

1906 College Heights Blvd

B.

Street Address







C.

City


Bowling Green





D.

State


KY


E.

Zip


42101





C.

C
ity







D.

State







E.

Zip







F.

Telephone Number


(270) 745
-
8895





F.

Telephone Number







G.

Fax Number


(270) 745
-
4244





G.

Fax Number







H.

Email Address


Andrew.Ernest@WKU.edu





H.

Email Address







4.

Project Start Date:



Jul
y 1, 2008





5.

Project End Date:



August 31
, 2010





6.

Fiscal Summary:

319(h) Funding Requested:

Non
-
Federal Match:

Total

Projec
t Budget:


$











%

$











%

$






100.00
%

7.

What
type

of Project:


Watershed
-
Based Plan (WBP)


WBP Implementation


BMP Techno
logy Demonstration


Education/Technology Transfer


Other: _
Agency/Stakeholder
Technical Assistance

8.

River Basin:


Statewide


Kentucky


Salt


Licking


Tygarts


Green


Tradewater


Tennessee


Ohio tributary


Lower Cumberland


Upper Cumberland


Big Sandy


Littl
e Sandy


Mississippi

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NPS STAFF USE:

9.

Geographic Coverage:

(Check only one)


Statewide


Regional


Watershed

10.

NPS Pollutant(s) to be addressed:


Low dissolved oxygen


Sedimentation/Siltation


Suspended Solids


Pathogens/Bacteria


Organic enrichment


Other:







Pesticides


Oil and grease


Nutrients


pH

11.

NPS Pollution
Source
(s) to be addressed. Select up to five sources and include the
percentage to which the project addresses the source.

Total must equal 100%:


NPS All




100


Agriculture






Construction





Silviculture




Urban Runoff




Resource Extraction





Habitat Modification




Improper Waste Disposal
(including Onsite Waste issues)





Hydrologic Modification




Recreation




Other:
_





_



12.

Project Area:



Project deals directly with groundwater, springs, or karst?


yes


no



For Watershed
Projects Only, complete the following:

Project implements TMDL?


yes


no

Project addresses TMDL that is under development?


yes


no

Project is on a

2006 Integrated Report, Assessment Categ
ory 5A;


Nonsupport stream
?


yes


no

OR

Partial Support stream
?


yes


no

Project is on an Outstanding Resource Water with identified threats?


yes


no

Pro
ject is on a High Quality Water with identified threats?


yes


no

Project has other impairments or identified threats? (describe in app.)


yes


no

13.

Location:

Statewide

Map Attached:

Yes

N/A

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A.

Watershed(s)

(Include watershed size in square miles)
:

Statewide


B.

HUC(s):

All


C.

County(s):

All


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14.

Project Summary (Two page limit):

The
Ce
nter for Water Resource Studies

at
Western Kentucky University

proposes to establish the Kentucky Institute for
Watershed Management Support for the purpose of providing local
private and public sector organizations
hands
-
on,
practical products and services to promote the growth of local stakeholder associations committed to improving or
maintaining the natural and economic resources of their watersheds.
[1] The
CWRS

operates the
WKU

Technical Assistance
Center for Water Quality, currently one of eight uinversity
-
housed techn
ical assistance centers for small drinking water
systems, part of the USEPA's capacity development initiative, as well as the Kentucky Center for Wastewater Research, a
similar capacity development initiative aimed at wastewater system support. The
CWRS

is also a founding partner of the
Kentucky Collaborative for Combined Sewer Overflow Management, a public
-
private sector partnership aimed at providing
technical assistance to sma
ll communities trying to address Combined Sewer Overflow problems in the Commonwealth of
Kentucky. The
CWRS

proposes to expand its scope of services, leveraging an existing expe
rtise as a water, wastewater,
utility and municipal technical assistance provider, along with a demonstrated capability in establishing, nurturing and
supporting local stakeholder groups to support both Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act, to reali
ze the
fundamental goal of holistic watershed managment. The vision is for KIWMS to leverage Synergy between local, state and
other resource agencies at a Watershed level through Engagement of local stakeholder groups by providing infrastructure
and suppor
t for Accountability and the technical basis to ensure measurable Results.


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15.


Introduction/Background (Two page limit):


The
Center for Water Resource Studies

at
Western Kentucky University

proposes to establish the Kentucky Institute for
Watershed Management Support. The
CWR
S

is commited to the underlying philosophy of effecting sustainable watershed
management through engagement and empowerment of local stakeholders. The
CWRS

proposes to build on

its success
and capacity as an established technical assistance provider to water and wastewater utilities, to leverage synergy in these
areas to address watershed
-
scale management issues. The KIWMS model will engage and empower local stakeholders by
rely
ing on the technical, financial and managerial capacity of an established, university
-
housed center (
CWRS
). Smaller and
less well established local stakeholder groups may levera
ge local interest with the accountability afforded by a KIWMS
managed project to maximize success and regulatory and/or funding agency confidence. KIWMS will foster the
establishment of organized local stakeholder groups by utilizing the "Farmer's Co
-
opera
tive" model for management
infrastructure and professional services. As an impartial entity, KIWMS will act at the interface between federal, state and
local government, private sector organizations, funding agencies and local stakeholder groups with the a
bility to expend
effort and resources on critical activities that do not fit neatly within the other organizations' missions. Programmatic
sustainability will be ensured through the provision of services consistent and supportive of the KIWMS goals.

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16.

NPS P
ollution Control Project Goal, Objectives, and Activities:


Mission:
The
CWRS

proposes to expand its scope of services, leveraging an existing expertise as a water, wastewater,
utility and municipal technical assistance provider, along with a demonstrated capability in establishing, nurturing and
supporting local stakeholder groups to support both Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act, to realize the
fundamental goal of hol
istic watershed managment.

The KIWMS subscribes to the following goals, objectives and associated activities:

1.

Goal:
Synergy
.
Acting at the interface between all interested parties, KIWMS will focus its efforts on maximizing the
utilization of unrealized Sy
nergy for Holistic watershed management.

1.

Objective:
Watershed Steering Committee Support.

The proposed KIWMS will provide technical and
operational support for the Kentucky Watershed Steering Committee, allowing KWSC members to focus on
inter
-
agency coord
ination and vision
-
setting. The KIWMS will function at the interface between agencies,
expending effort on activities that are necessary for the continued forward momentum of the Kentucky
Watershed Framework, but do not fall neatly within any single agency
's mission or purview. Further, as an
impartial entity, the KIWMS can effectively bridge the gaps between public, private and governmental
organizations to maximize operational synergy.

1.

Activity:

Technical and Operational Support.

2.

Objective:
Basin Coordin
ator Resource.

The KIWMS will extend the capacity of the basin coordinators
by leveraging the scientific, technical and personnel resources of the
CWRS
.

1.

Activity:

Technical and Operat
ional Support.

3.

Objective:
Impartial Interaction.

As an impartial university entity, the proposed KIWMS will effectively
function at the interface between local, state and federal government, and local stakeholder groups.

1.


Activity:

Technical, Financial an
d Managerial Assistance
.

2.

Goal:
Watershed.

KIWMS will define its operational charter at the Watershed level, rather than at the artificially
stovepiped Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act (among others) policy drivers typically defining agency
missi
on.

1.


Objective:
Targeted Watersheds.

The proposed KIWMS will partner with local stakeholder groups to
develop proposals and workplans to address priority watershed issues, and to secure funding to execute
same. The KIWMS will set a schedule to expend effo
rt on a defined number of target watersheds per year,
with a phased approach incorporating identification/establishment of local stakeholder groups, assessment,
resource development, implementation and post
-
implementation review. To this end, the KIWMS wil
l act at
the interface between governmental agencies, local stakeholders, private sector partners, and potential
funding agencies.

1.

Activity:

Stakeholder Group Formation.

2.

Activity:

Project Development.

3.

Activity:
Fund Recruitment.

4.

Activity:
Contract Managem
ent.

2.

Objective:
Resource Clearinghouse.

The proposed KIWMS will develop and maintain a clearinghouse of
resources (expertise, capacity, personnel, equipment, guidance documents, etc) readily availble and tuned
specifically for the needs of local stakeholde
r groups.

1.

Activity:

Knowledge Dissemination.

3.

Goal:
Engagement
.
KIWMS will engage and empower local stakeholders by providing technical resources, and
infrastructural support to enable action.

1.

Objective:
Watershed Management Institute.

Building on the hig
hly successful Utility Management
Institute provided in partnership with KRWA, the
CWRS

will establish a Watershed Management Institute to
provide comprehensive training for local stak
eholder groups, both informal and organized as Non
-
Profit.

1.

Activity:

Knowledge Dissemination.

2.

Activity:

Training and Education.

2.


Objective:
Training and Workforce Development.

The KIWMS will coordinate with the Gordon Ford
College of Business and the Civi
c Engagement program at
WKU

to apply its Non
-
Profit business program
to the unique needs of local watershed stakeholder groups in order to maximize the effectiveness of
established gro
ups, to develop the capacity of small and start
-
up groups initially relying on KIWMS
management infrastructure service, and ensure the long term availability of a capable and engaged
population.

1.

Activity:

Training and Education.

3.

Objective:
Scientific Expe
rtise.

The proposed KIWMS will provide scientific expertise to local Area
Development Districts and local stakeholder groups using
CWRS

resources and through coordination with
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universi
ties and community/technical colleges serving the region.

1.


Activity:

Technical, Financial and Managerial Assistance
.

4.

Goal:
Accountability
.
Relying on the established technical, financial and managerial capacity of
CWRS
, KIWMS
will provide a level of accountability to stakeholder
-
driven watershed projects that both increases their
competitiveness, and maximizes their level of success.

1.

Objective:
Management Infrastructure.

To ens
ure the establishment, sustainability and effectiveness of
local stakeholder groups, the proposed KIWMS will provide small and start
-
up groups management
services, including contractual, fiscal and project management agency functions.

1.

Activity:
Contract M
anagement.

2.

Activity:

Project Management.

3.

Activity:

Financial Management.

2.

Objective:
Scientific Resource Coordination.

The proposed KIWMS will develop a state
-
wide, and inter
-
state network (with institutions serving watersheds in states adjoining Kentucky)
of university and
community/technical college scientific and technical resources (faculty, researchers, centers, etc) to focus
local expertise and capacity to support local stakeholder groups.

1.

Activity:

Knowledge Dissemination.

5.

Goal:
Results.

All KIWMS in
itiatives and projects will be driven by anticipated outcomes in watershed health or
protection. KIWMS success will be measured in terms of watersheds positively impacted.

1.


Objective:
Sustainability.

Depending on the amount of seed funding available, it i
s anticipated that the
KIWMS will be self sustaining within three (3) years. Anticipated program expenses will be offset by a
service
-
revenue business model, with increased services resulting in increased local impact. Services
provided will include manage
ment infrastructure services (as defined above), targeted training, watershed
-
specific planning and implementation project support.

1.

Activity:

Project Development.

2.

Activity:
Fund Recruitment.

3.

Activity:
Contract Management.

4.

Activity:

Project Management.

5.

Act
ivity:

Financial Management.

2.

Objective:
Professional Services Co
-
operative.

Modeled on the
WATERS

consortium, that is able to
significantly reduce analytical service costs for partners

through the use of student trainees and shared
infrastruture, the
CWRS

will enhance its Professional Services offerings to incorporate both student and
local stakeholder training and
reduce costs by distributing overhead across the partnering stakeholder
goups.

1.

Activity:

Technical, Financial and Managerial Assistance
.

2.

Activity:

Project Development.

3.

Activity:
Fund Recruitment.

4.

Activity:
Contract Management.

5.

Activity:

Project Management
.

6.

Activity:

Financial Management.


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17.

Describe the NPS Pollution Control Plan of Work:


Organizational Structure


KIWMS will be formed through a partnership between the following agencies:

1.

Center for Water Resource Studies

2.

Kentucky Division of Water

3.

Environm
ental Protection Agency

KIWMS will be executed through a partnership between:



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Activities

Technical and Operational Support

KIWMS will provide technical and operational support to federal, state and local governmental agencies concerned with
watershed scale activities consiste
nt with the
Kentucky Nonpoint Source Management Program
[1]. While the primary
targets for support will include the
Kentucky Watershed Steering Committee
, and the individual
Basin Coordinators
, all
agencies committed to addressing nonpoint source problems i
n
NPS Priority Watersheds

will be supported.


At a bare
minimum, a scientific approach for prioritizing watersheds will be developed, integrating and expanding upon the
NPS
Objectives for the Kentucky Watershed Approach Framework
's
Focused Watersheds

initi
ative.


An outcome of this
project will be a rank
-
ordered prioritization of currently impaired watersheds for improvement, a process for updating the
prioritized list, and a long
-
term approach for recovery.

Technical, Financial and Managerial Assistance

Th
e KIWMS approach to watershed prioritization will integrate not only environmental and public health concerns
(
Technical
), but also local implementation capacity (
Managerial
) and funding availaibility and potential (
Financial
).


A
complementary bottom
-
up
C
apacity Development
effort addressing these drivers at the watershed level will empower local
stakeholders and governmental agencies with focus, direction for sustainable action that will
Reduce Nonpoint Source
Pollution
.


The
CWRS
, in partnership with KRWA, currently operates two USEPA funded technical assistance programs,
one for small drinking water systems, and another ifor wastewater systems, and can leverage that expertise,

ranging from
technical training & education, circuit rider, management support and technology transfer, into the less structured watershed

stakeholder capacity development arena.

Stakeholder Group Formation

The
CWRS

and KRWA are founding partners in the
Kentucky Pesticide Workgroup
, often touted as an example of the
power of informed stakeholders.


The
CRC

has demonstrated experience in successfully engaging and organizing local
stakeholders
-

the
RRWA

is an example of this.


The partnership between these three organizations

will leverage the
scientific and technical capacity of the
CWRS
, with the citizen engagement skills of the
CRC

and the local presence and
capacity of the KRWA statewide to engage local stakeholders in a sustainable and focused fashion to
Result in Continued
NPS Pollution Control
.

Project Development

This project will institutionalize a concept origina
lly developed by USEPA Region IV[2], and successfully implemented at the
University of Georgia[3], with support from USEPA Region IV and the Georgia Environmental Protection Division.


As such it
will be formed by a partnership between USEPA and the KDOW.


The Georgia Watershed Excellence Initiative has
spawned well over 30 specific projects addressing water quality in it's service area.


In a similar vein, the KIWMS will tie its
local
Stakeholder Group Formation
, and
Technical and Operational Support

activ
ities in high priority watersheds to
develop local NPS pollutant reduction

projects such as
Watershed Based Plan Development
,
Implementation

and
focused
Education, Training and Outreach
.

For example, the PI, an active member of the
Kentucky Watershed Steer
ing Committee
, has committed the resources of
the
CWRS

to facilitating and focusing participating agency resources on the
Pleasant Grove Spring

Focused Watershed

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in the
Four Riv
ers Basin Management Unit
.


In full support of the KIWMS concept, the
CWRS

has developed a Section
319(h) project in coordination with the
Red River Watershed Association

and the
Cumberland River Compact

to extend
and implement a
Watershed Based Plan

currently under developm
ent.


This project was originally to be led by the
RRWA
,
but due to short term changes in personnel at
RRWA
, both
RRWA

and
CRC

requested
CWRS

to lead the project
development.


This is a classic example of the
Watershed Stakeholder Capacity Development
role that KIWMS proposes
to fill.


KIWMS will commit to developing five watershed projects during the performance period.

Fund Recruitment

During the watershed project


development phase, funding requirements and potential sources will be determined by the
KIWMS partners and the local stakholders for recruitment activities.


CWRS

staff will devlop these potential fund sources,
including writing grant proposals supportive of the projects to be implmented by the local stakeholder groups.

Contract Management

The
CWRS

will provide contract negotiation and administration services for funded project, if desired by the local
stakeholder group, or required by the sponsor.


This will be especially valuable for watersheds where loc
al stakeholders are
not formally organized, but need the initial management support to achieve sufficient critical mass to be self sustaining,
productive and no longer needful of contract management support.

Project Management

The
CWRS

will provide project coordination and management services for funded project, if desired by the local stakeholder
group, or required by the sponsor.


This will be especially valuable for watersheds

where local stakeholders are not formally
organized, but need the initial management support to achieve sufficient critical mass to be self sustaining, productive and
no longer needful of project management support.


A formalized project management compon
ent will significantly increase
sponsor confidence in the local stakeholder group's ability to succesfully implement projects that consistently
Reduce
Nonpoint Source Pollution
.

Financial Management

The
CWRS

will act a fiscal agent for funded projects, if desired by the local stakeholder group or required by the sponsor.


This will be especially valuable for watersheds where local stakeholders are not formally organized, but need

the initial
management support to achieve sufficient critical mass to be self sustaining, productive and no longer needful of financial
management support.

Knowledge Dissemination

The
CWRS

will develop and host a cybercollaboratory to stimulate interaction between local stakeholder groups, technical
assistance providers, institutions lf higher education, and federal, state and local governmental agencies.


The
cybercollaboratory

will also function as a resource clearinghouse, providing informational and training resources for
interested parties.


The
CWRS

currently maintians a cyber
-
collaboratory at
http://environment.wku.edu/drupal
, whichwill be
expanded to meet the needs of KIWMS.


Training and Education

A
Watershed Management Institute

will be offered offered both on
-
line via the cybercollaboratory, and in
a similar manner
that the current utility
-
focused
Utility Management Institute
.


The
CWRS

will develop a suite of academic degree programs
that target the specific needs and con
straints of watershed protection from a local stakeholder perspective.


As with the
Operator Certification academic programs currently being developed by the
CWRS

in conjunction

with KDOW, KRWA and
KWWOA, the watershed management degree programs will be developed in coordination with all relevant constituencies,
and with specifc workforce and capacity development long term objectives, to
Institutionalize

watershed management as a

core state
-
wide economic driver.

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18.

Environmental Data Collection:


No environmental data will be collected as a direct implementation outcome of this project.


The
CWRS

has comm
itted to
developing a minimum of 5 watershed projects during this project period.


It is anticipated that most of these will require data
collection, and will include the submittal and compliance with a
Quality Assurance Project Plan.


The
CWRS

maintains
Standard Operating Procedures

for laboratory analytical, field operations and data management and is currently executing
a
Total Maximum Daily Load

project with an approved QAPP.

As part of this project, the
CWRS

will commit to developing
a comprehensive
Quality Management Plan

from which the project specific QAPPs may be developed expeditiously.

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19.

Publi
c Involvement:


The primary focus of KIWMS is to provide the scientific and technical resources to effectively engage local stakeholders in
productive watershed projects. T
h
e primary avenue for public involv
e
ment will be through the
CRC

and KRWA project
partners.


The mission of the

CRC

is to enhance the water quality of the Cumberland River and its tr
ibutaries through
education and by promoting cooperation among citizens, businesses, and agencies in Kentucky and Tennessee.


CRC

will
support KRWA’s outreach efforts by assisti
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20.

Project Partners:
Letters of support are required from all partners (see 2008 NPS
Grant G
uidance)


Agency Name:
Kentucky Rural Water Association

Agency Address:
3251 Spring Hollow Ave., Bowling Green, KY 42101





Role/Contribution to Project:
Technical/Financial/Managerial Assistance/Outreach

Contact Person:
Andy Lange

Phone No.

270
-
843
-
2291

E
-
mail address:
a.lange@krwa.org


Agency Name:
Cumberland River Compact

Agency Address:
P.O. Box 41721, Nashville, TN 37204

Role/Contribution to Project:
Stakeholder Group Formation/Outreach

Contact Person:
Margo Farnsworth

Phone No.
615
-
837
-
1151

E
-
mail address:
screendoor@toast.net


Agency Name:






Agency Address:






Role/Contribution to Project:






Contact Person:






Phone No.






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-
mail address:







Agency Name:






Agency Address:






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Contact Person:






Phone No.






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-
mail address:







Agency Name:






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Role/Contribution to Proj
ect:






Contact Person:






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-
mail address:







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Role/Contribution to Project:






Contact P
erson:






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-
mail address:






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21.

Project Measures of Success:




Number of Watershed Projects developed



Distribution of developed Watershed Projects (e.g. types
-

watershed based plans, implementat
ion plans, etc)



Number of watershed projects implemented



Amount of additional cash and in
-
kind project expenditures leveraged for watershed specific projects



Number of local stakeholder groups engaged



Demographics of local stakeholder groups engaged



Degree

of utilization (e.g. number of registered users, daily access rate, etc) of the cyber
-
collaboratory



Development of the watershed prioritization process



Annually revized prioritized list of impaired watersheds



Establishment of the Watershed Management Inst
itute



Academic program development



Amount of training, education and outreach provided (number of contact hours, individuals, certificates,
course completion credits, degrees, etc)


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22.

Milestone Schedule:


Milestones

Expected Begin

Date

Expected

Completion D
ate



















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23.

Reference/Literature Cited:








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24.

Budget Summary


BMP

Implementa
-
tion

Project

Management

Education,

Training, or

Outreach

Monitoring

Technical

Assistance

Other

TOTAL

Personnel

$






$






$






$






$






$






$






Supplies

$






$






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$






Equipment

$






$






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$






Travel

$






$






$






$






$






$






$






Contractual

$






$






$






$






$






$






$






Oper
ating

Costs

$






$






$






$






$






$






$






Other

$






$






$






$






$






$






$






TOTAL

$






$






$






$






$






$






$







25.

Detailed Budget


Budget Categories

(itemize

all categories)

Section

319(h)

Non
-
Federal

Match

TOTAL

Personnel

$






$






$






Supplies

$






$






$






Equipment

$






$






$






Travel

$






$






$






Contractual

$






$






$






Operating Costs

$






$






$






Other

$






$






$






TOTAL

$






$






$












%






%


100

%


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26.

Budget Narrative (Two page limit):








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27.

Grant Applic
ation Conditions

Completion of this section is required in order to receive funding consideration.




Applicant agrees that the proposed project will comply with all applicable state laws and rules.






Yes

N/A



Applicant
agrees to obtain

all applicable permits.


Yes

N/A




Reporting will be conducted in accordance with the legal contract.


Yes

N/A




All Project Partners have agreed to participate.

Yes

N/A




I have read and agree to comply with all applicable conditions as specified in the
Guidance Document.




Education Materials Condition (
See Section 27, Page 26)


Yes


N/A



Material Revi
ew Condition (
See Section 27, Page 26)


Yes


N/A



QAPP Condition (See Section 27,
Page 26
)


Yes


N/A



BMP Implementation Plan Condition (See Section 27, P
age 26
)


Yes


N/A



Onsite Wastewater Condition (See Section 27, Page

27
)

Yes


N/A



AFO Condition (See Section 27,
Page 27)


Yes


N/A



Stream Restoration Condition (See Section 27,
P
age 28
)


Yes


N/A



GIS Condition (See Section 27, Page
28)


Yes


N/A



Annual Report Condition (See Section 27, Page
28)


Yes


N/A



Projec
t Partners Condition (See Section 27, Page
28
)


Yes


N/A


WARNING:

Any application which is determined to be deficient, not eligible, or
missing KEY components will not be considered for funding.

28.

Application Signature:



______________________________________________

Signature of Lead Agency’s Authorized Representative



______________________________________________

Typed Name and Title of Representative




_____________________

Date



_____________________

Telephone Numb
er