Paddle Antrim is accepting applications for the Ripple Effect Mini Grant Program. This competitive grant program funds projects that protect our waterways and connect people to them. The program focuses on projects related to stewardship, education and increasing accessibility to our waterways.
“This is a great opportunity for non-profits and governmental entities to expand existing programs or help fund a new initiative that protects our water resources,” says Deana Jerdee, executive director. “Last fall we awarded over $3,900 and look forward to funding other great projects in our region.”
Grants may be use for water resource stewardship projects such as controlling invasive species, education projects for boaters or the community, and improving public access sites for non-motorized boats. Applicants must be a non-profit organization or governmental entity.
Applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm on Friday May 13, 2016 to be considered in this round. More information can be found online at www.paddleantrim.com/ripple-effect.