|Title||Due Date||Maximum Award Amount||Description|
|Innovative ways to provide education on antimicrobial stewardship practices in animals.||$300,000.00||
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity is to solicit applications to develop innovative ways to disseminate information about the health risks associated with antimicrobial resistance and the benefits of implementing good antimicrobial stewardship practices for managing diseases in food-producing animals.Adopting good antimicrobial stewardship practices, including optimizing how antimicrobials are used as part of herd/flock disease management plans, can help slow the development of antimicrobial resistance while effectively managing animal disease.https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=336242
|Research to support the development of alternatives to antimicrobials for use in food-producing animals||$500,000.00||
FDA announces the availability of fiscal year (FY) 2022 funds to support studies that identify the most common drivers for antimicrobial use in animal agriculture and identify potential alternatives to antimicrobials that may reduce the need for antimicrobial use. The funded studies are intended to 1) provide information about animal diseases that are the most significant drivers for antimicrobial use in various animal production settings (i.e., cattle, swine, turkeys, and chickens), and 2) provide information about alternative practices that may help reduce the reliance on such drugs while addressing animal health needs. Such alternatives can include changes in husbandry, biosecurity, vaccination, and other practices. This grant will support the continued advancement of FDA's initiatives related to supporting antimicrobial stewardship in veterinary settings and will support the National Action Plan objectives to engage the animal health community and relevant stakeholders to advance strategies intended to foster antimicrobial stewardship and to improve understanding of antimicrobial use practices in animal agriculturehttps://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=336241
|FY22 Candidate Species Conservation Fund||$500,000.00||
The principle objective of this Candidate Species Conservation funding opportunity is to accomplish conservation tasks for high priority candidate species (based on our annual Candidate Species Assessments) or other at-risk species in the United States, such that identified threats to the species may be reduced or eliminated. These efforts are based on cooperative relationships with states, non-governmental organizations, private landowners and those interested in habitat restoration or undertaking candidate and at-risk species research, surveys and monitoring, or educational outreach efforts.https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=337095
|Rural Innovation Stronger Economy Grant Program||$10,000,000.00||
The primary objective of the RISE program is to support jobs accelerator partnerships to improve the ability of distressed rural and energy communities to create high wage jobs, accelerate the formation of new businesses, and help rural communities identify and maximize local assets. Grants are awarded on a competitive basis. The minimum award per grant is $500,000 and the maximum award amount per grant is $2,000,000. Grant funds may be used to pay for up to 80 percent of eligible project costs. Grant funds may be used to pay for costs directly related to the purchase or construction of an innovation center located in a rural area; costs directly related to operations of an innovation center including purchase of equipment, office supplies, and administrative costs including salaries directly related to the project; costs directly associated with support programs to be carried out at or in direct partnership with job accelerators; reasonable and customary travel expenses directly related to job accelerators and at rates in compliance with 2 CFR 200.474; utilities, operating expenses of the innovation center and job accelerator programs and associated programs; and administrative costs of the grantee not exceeding 10% of the grant amount for the duration of the project.https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=337028
|Air Conditioner Incentive||No Due Date Given||$50,000.00||
Replacing your old and inefficient air conditioner units can save more money than you think
Incentives are available for the installation of new high-efficiency air conditioner (AC) units replacing your existing and operating air conditioner units. As your AC unit approaches or reaches its useful life expectancy of 15 years, replacing it with a new high efficient AC unit can save 40-60% on electricity compared to the existing unit.
|IDEAL ZEV Workforce Pilot||Varies||
The Inclusive, Diverse, Equitable, Accessible, and Local (IDEAL) Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Workforce Pilot funds projects that ZEVs, ZEV infrastructure, and ZEV-related commercial technologies in California, with focus on priority populations.https://gss.energy.ca.gov/
|Edible Food Recovery Grant Program Grant Program||$250,000.00||
Projects to prevent food waste from being generated and/or becoming landfill waste, promote distribution of rescued food to people, and require food waste residuals to be composted or digested when available.https://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/climate/grantsloans/FoodWaste/
|Healthy Soils||No Due Date Given||$250,000.00||
The Healthy Soils Program (HSP) provides financial incentives for implementation and/or demonstration of on-farm conservation management practices that improve soil health, sequester carbon and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The HSP has two components: the HSP Incentives Program and the HSP Demonstration Projects. The HSP Incentives Program provides financial assistance for implementation of conservation management that improve soil health, sequester carbon and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The HSP Demonstration Projects showcase California farmers and rancher's implementation of HSP practices.https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/oefi/healthysoils/
|Tomorrow's Leaders Recruitment||$5,000,000.00||
The Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Office of Assistance Coordination (NEA/AC) announces a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Tomorrow’s Leaders Recruitment (TLR) project, part of the Tomorrow’s Leaders (TL) program, a leadership development program that provides scholarships for approximately 40 qualified, diverse, underserved students from MENA countries to attend American, nonprofit, higher education institutions based in the MENA region and accredited by a U.S. Department of Education-recognized regional accreditation body.https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=336833
|SDG&E Residential Zero Net Energy Transformation (RZNET) Program||No Due Date Given||Varies||
Do you live in an apartment or manufactured home? Do you own or operate a multifamily or manufactured housing community? If so, we may have ways to help reduce your energy costs by participating in the new innovative Residential Zero Net Energy Transformation (RZNET) program.
The Residential Zero Net Energy Transformation (RZNET) program will assist SDG&E multifamily and manufactured housing customers with navigating their path to zero net energy.
What is Zero Net Energy(ZNE)? ZNE is the total amount of energy used by the building on an annual basis is equal to or less than the amount of renewable energy (energy created by sources that are naturally replenished, such as wind, rain, or solar) created on-site.
RZNET allows you to connect with an Energy Advisor that will help you make informed decisions about how to achieve your energy efficiency goals.
RZNET program participants on the path to zero net energy, begin with the installation of no-cost measures and a complimentary ASHRAE Level 1 audit. Information on advanced energy efficiency, solar PV installations, and battery storage opportunities for multifamily and manufactured housing properties is also available.
No- cost Measures may include: