Throwe Environmental to Highlight NCRF Funding in September “Funding Basics” Webinar

Throwe Environmental will be featured alongside the Syracuse University Environmental Finance Center in an upcoming webinar (09/22/21) hosted by the Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Network and the Environmental Finance Center Network (EFCN). The Throwe team will apply tips, lessons learned, and “funding basics” to various federal funding opportunities, including NFWF’s National Coastal Resilience Fund (NCRF).

Funding Basics for New England Communities: A Beginner’s Guide to Developing Successful Proposals for Resiliency
Wednesday, September 22nd, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EST

Click here to register: https://maine.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAqcOCsrj0pGNZ1bDbhj4G72jddFlQ3hWq3

In this 90-minute webinar, you will learn how to craft more competitive grant applications and increase the success rate of your submissions. You will learn about the steps you may need to take before you even start writing, including how to identify priority projects, determine suitable funding sources, and avoid common pitfalls.

Participants will also have the opportunity to apply what they have learned to a unique funding opportunity: the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s (NFWF) National Coastal Resilience Fund (NCRF). NCRF invests in projects that will create, expand, and restore natural systems in areas that will (1) increase protection for communities from coastal storms, sea- and lake-level changes, inundation, and coastal erosion and (2) improve valuable habitats for fish and wildlife species. NCRF’s team of Field Liaisons, Throwe Environmental, will be available to help you understand how communities can take advantage of the NCRF, as well as other funding sources.

Presenters:

  • Joanne Throwe, President, Throwe Environmental
  • Khris Dodson, Associate Director, Syracuse Environmental Finance Center

Who Should Attend:

Municipal staff including mayors, city managers/administrators, city clerks, HR staff, finance directors, public works directors and water utility managers. Representatives of small communities including planners and volunteer board members are also encouraged to attend.

This webinar is provided by the SNEP Network in partnership with the Environmental Finance Center Network.

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