Date

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

The Air District's Board of Directors has set aside $250,000 to fund community science projects through the James Cary Smith Community Grant Program for fiscal year ending 2018. 

Wood Burning Status
Wood Burning Status
  • illegal to burn

    Wednesday,
    12/13

    Winter Spare the Air Alert in Effect

  • illegal to burn

    Thursday,
    12/14

    Winter Spare the Air Alert in Effect

The grant program will fund locally-based projects designed to reduce and mitigate air pollution impacts while encouraging and increasing community education and engagement. Grants are intended to enable non-governmental community-based organizations to implement projects that increase education, outreach and leadership about air quality improvement issues. Grants will also fund mitigation projects and community-based participatory air quality research.

A Community Grant Program webinar will be held on Thursday, November 9, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. where prospective applicants can ask questions about their proposals. Please visit the James Cary Smith Community Grant Program web page for more information.

Applications are now being accepted. The deadline for applications is December 1, 2017

View press release.

View Community Grant Program web page.

Last Updated: 11/2/2017