Below is a list of possible sources of funding for work that aligns with the mission of APACC. 

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Apply for Community Assistance in Conservation and Outdoor Recreation - due June 30
The community assistance specialists in our Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program can help you to: Increase access to outdoor recreation and the natural world, improve community health with new opportunities for more active living, promote conservation and encourage stewardship of local resources, benefit the local economy by improving quality of life, connect youth to the outdoors and engage the next generation of conservation stewards, and build partnerships that support your project's success. Learn more and apply here.

DC High Water Mark Project grant - Due July 9, 2018
DOEE seeks eligible entities to provide high quality, cost-effective services to identify locations of historic flooding and coordinate with stakeholders on the design, production, and installation of high water mark signs along the Potomac and Anacostia rivers. The amount available for the project is approximately $48,000.00. Learn more and apply.

Ongoing resources (no application date)

EPA Green infrastructure for schools
The EPA Mid-Atlantic Region recently published a guide for cities and school districts interested in using green infrastructure on school grounds to manage stormwater as well as teach valuable lessons about conservation and environmental protection. The Storm Smart Schools guide outlines the multiple benefits of school-based green infrastructure and the eight steps to implementation.

DOEE's RiverSmart Program

Meanwhile, DOEE also offers its RiverSmart Schools program which helps support such efforts.

Funding for Health and Well-Being
Robert Wood Johnson: Building a Culture of Health: Evidence for Action (E4A), a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, funds research that expands the evidence base needed to build a Culture of Health. Our mission is to support rigorously designed quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research that yields convincing findings regarding the population health, well-being, and equity impacts of specific policies, programs and partnerships. We are especially interested in research examining the health impacts of programmatic or policy interventions that address factors outside the domain of health care services or public health practice. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, there is no deadline for submission. Visit