This page contains the guidelines for the EPA's Brownfield Assessment, Cleanup and Revolving Loan Fund Grants announcements and information.
This site provides assistance to brownfield grant writers.
This 2017 publication features federal grants and resources that can be used for brownfield property redevelopment.
This guide has a list of resources for sustainabilty-related projects.
This file contains examples of commitment and support letters that are a requirement for brownfield grants.
This web page features successful brownfield grants from Kentucky and across the country.
This grant provides funding to conduct research, technical assistance and training that will result in an area-wide plan and implementation strategy that will help address brownfield properties and promote area-wide revitalization.
This form must be submitted to receive a letter of support from the Kentucky Brownfield Redevelopment Program. This a requirement for EPA Brownfield Grants.
This form, produces by the Elderberry Institute explains how to calculate matching funds for a grant.
This worksheet explains how to calculate federal grant match and cost share.
Louisiana's TANF program produced this comprehensive guide to writing successful grant proposals.
This document, produced by the UTC Office of Grants and Program Review, offers hints and tricks for grant writers.
This document answers some commonly asked questions about matching funds for grants.
This guide, prepared by the City Connect Federal Grantsmanship Network, outlines the funding process for federal grants.
This guide helps grant writers prepare budget sections for federal grants.
This document contains link to grant writing and funding identification tools.
This presentation provides grant writers with the basics they need to get started.
This presentation highlights what you need to cover when writing EPA Brownfield Grants.
This webpage from the New Jersey Institute of Technology has successful grant examples from Fiscal Years 2018, 2017 and 2016.
The Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) Program at the Kentucky Department for Public Health provides information and data about how the environment affects human health. Use this website to answer questions about air quality, drinking water, cancer, and a wide variety of other topics.