EPA Accepting Proposals for San Francisco Bay Preservation

The EPA will distribute grants totaling $5 million.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is now accepting proposals for grants to preserve and restore the San Francisco Bay. Focusing on watersheds, wetlands and fighting polluted runoff, these grants will total $5 million. 

The proposals, which need to be submitted no later than July 9, 2013, will hone in on water quality and the improvement of aquatic life. 

For more information on the available individual grants ranging from $800,000 to $2 million, a free public webinar is available tomorrow on the EPA website.

Since 2008, about $130 million has been contributed to the restoration of more than 4,000 acres of wetlands. 

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