Chesapeake Bay Program

To expand and strengthen cooperative efforts to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay.

EPA's funding priority is to achieve the goals and commitments established in the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement and the final coordinated strategy under Executive Order (EO) 13508.

As a means

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to achieve their goals and outcomes, assistance agreements are awarded to: nonprofit organizations, state and local governments, colleges, universities, and interstate agencies.

The type of projects that are awarded range from monitoring to environmental education.

These projects have helped support the commitments set forth in Chesapeake Executive Council agreements and amendments (The Chesapeake Bay Agreement of 1983 through the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement) and subsequent directives, adoption statements, endorsements and resolutions






To expand and strengthen cooperative efforts to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay.

EPA's funding priority is to achieve the goals and commitments established in the Chesapeake 2000 agreement and the final coordinated strategy under Executive Order (EO) 13508.

As a means to achieve the goals and commitments, assistance agreements are awarded to: nonprofit organizations, State and local governments, colleges, universities, and interstate agencies.

The type of projects that are awarded range from monitoring to environmental education.

These projects have helped support the commitments set forth in Chesapeake Executive Council agreements and amendments (The Chesapeake Bay Agreement of 1983 through Chesapeake 2000) and subsequent directives, adoption statements, endorsements and resolutions.


Funding Priority - Fiscal Year 2017: EPA's emphasis in FY 2017 is improvement of the rate of progress in the Chesapeake Bay watershed using the Agency's existing statutory authority, implementing the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), providing states with the tools necessary for effective regulatory implementation, creating better tools for scientific analysis and accountability, and supporting regulatory compliance and enforcement.

EPA will work toward implementing key initiatives, including: implementing the TMDL; developing a TMDL tracking and accountability system; deploying technology to integrate discrete Bay data systems and to present the data in an accessible accountability system called ChesapeakeStat; and moving forward on the Bay's challenges related to toxic contaminants.

A centerpiece of EPA's FY 2017 activities is the implementation of the nation's largest and most complex TMDL for the entire Chesapeake Bay watershed.

A TMDL is essentially a plan that defines how much of a particular pollutant may be discharged into a particular waterbody while allowing the waterbody to meet its water quality standards and designated uses.

The TMDL and watershed implementation plans (WIPs) are designed to ensure that all pollution control measures needed to fully restore the Bay and its tidal rivers are in place by 2025.

To support the TMDL, EPA will develop and initiate a tracking and accountability system to ensure that the Bay jurisdictions are effectively implementing the TMDL.

To support accountability under the TMDL, EPA will enhance the Chesapeake Bay Program's water-quality monitoring network to better track TMDL progress.

EPA will use its technical and scientific analysis capabilities to provide implementation support and guidance to the states and thousands of local governments that will be affected by the TMDL.

EPA will assist the jurisdictions in making scientifically informed determinations of the most effective ways to meet their TMDL obligations that will provide individually tailored solutions.

EPA is providing resources to expand the Partnership's existing monitoring through integration of citizen science data collection efforts of known and documented quality and other non-traditional monitoring partners (e.g., counties, municipal discharge authorities, riverkeepers, watershed organizations).

EPA will provide funding to local governments and watershed jurisdictions through state grants based on their ability to reduce nutrient and sediment loads via key sectors such as development and agriculture in urban and rural areas.

Ensuring that the regulated community complies with the appropriate regulations is an essential responsibility for achieving the goals established for the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed.

In FY 2017, the continued implementation of the Compliance and Enforcement Strategy for the Bay Watershed will target sources of pollution impairing the Bay in the watershed and airshed.

EPA's multi-year, multi-state strategy combines the Agency's water, air and waste enforcement authorities to address violations of federal environmental laws resulting in nutrient, sediment, and other pollution in the Bay.
Related Programs

Examples of Funded Projects

Fiscal Year 2016: Grants and cooperative agreements will be awarded to states and local governments, colleges, universities interstate agencies, and nonprofit organizations for nonpoint source implementation, water quality monitoring, education and outreach, watershed management, living resources and habitat restoration, and program support.

Examples of funded projects include: (1) enhanced storm water monitoring; (2) communications, outreach, and public education efforts; (3) computer modeling; (4) nonpoint source pollution programs; (5) citizens monitoring; (6) Chesapeake Bay point source data management; and (7) regulatory and accountability programs.

Fiscal Year 2017: Cooperative agreements and grants will be awarded to states and local governments, colleges, universities interstate agencies, and nonprofit organizations for nonpoint source implementation, water quality monitoring, education and outreach, watershed management, living resources and habitat restoration, and program support.

Examples of funded projects include: (1) communications, outreach, and public education efforts; (2) enhanced storm water monitoring; (3) citizens monitoring; (4) nonpoint source pollution programs; (5) computer modeling; (6) Chesapeake Bay point source data management; and (7) regulatory and accountability programs.

Fiscal Year 2018: NA.


Agency - Environmental Protection Agency

The mission of the Environmental Protection Agency is to protect human health and the environment. Since 1970, EPA has been working for a cleaner, healthier environment for the American people.

Office - See Regional Agency Offices.

James Hargett, EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office, 410 Severn Avenue, Suite 112, Annapolis, MD 21403.

Telephone: (410) 267-5743; FAX: (410) 267-5777; E-mail: hargett.james@epa.gov.




Selected Recipients for this Program


RecipientAmount Start DateEnd Date
Environmental Conservation, New York Department Of $ 1,690,863   2019-09-012025-08-31
Chesapeake Conservancy, Inc. $ 84,605   2019-07-222025-07-21
Center For Watershed Protection, Inc $ 209,671   2019-06-072025-06-06
University Of Maryland Center For Environmental Science $ 1,010,753   2019-04-012025-03-31
Chesapeake Conservancy, Inc. $ 2,281,726   2018-06-212024-09-30
National Fish And Wildlife Foundation $ 14,887,894   2018-07-012024-06-30
National Fish And Wildlife Foundation $ 12,000,000   2018-07-012024-06-30
Natural Resources, Maryland Department Of $ 3,428,518   2018-07-012023-06-30
Chesapeake Bay Trust $ 304,940   2019-06-072023-06-06
Interstate Commission On The Potomac River Basin $ 454,450   2017-06-012023-05-31



Program Accomplishments

Fiscal Year 2016: To date in FY 2016, CBPO has issued three RFP announcements. CBPO received one proposal for one of these RFPs, and issued one award. CBPO may issue additional RFPs in FY 16, and plans to fund over 45 existing awards. FY 16 activities will include: citizens monitoring; communications, outreach, and education activities to support the staffing and operations of the Bay Program Communication Office; implementation of WIPs to reduce nutrients and sediments to improve water quality; continued technical support and outreach to address water quality restoration goals and maintain public awareness of Bay restoration; investigation of the nitrogen reduction efficiency and cost effectiveness of nitrogen reducing septic systems within the mid-Atlantic region; evaluation of the impact of phosphorus species on water quality and plant growth; NPDES data synthesis and field monitoring to better estimate loadings of toxics (metals, organics) to Chesapeake Bay through storm water; Chesapeake Bay modeling, GIS and data analyses support, water quality data analysis/integration support, nonpoint and point source data management/analysis; and development of new regulations, design of TMDL watershed implementation plans, reissuance and enforcement of permits, and technical and compliance assistance to local governments and regulated entities to meet the goals of the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement. Fiscal Year 2017: In FY 2017, CBPO has issued one RFP announcement. CBPO received thirteen proposals for this RFP, and issued four awards. CBPO may issue additional RFPs in FY 2017, and plans to fund over 45 existing awards. FY 2017 activities will include: implementation of WIPs to reduce nutrients and sediments to improve water quality; citizens monitoring; communications, outreach, and education activities to support the staffing and operations of the Bay Program Communication Office; investigation of the nitrogen reduction efficiency and cost effectiveness of nitrogen reducing septic systems within the mid-Atlantic region; continued technical support and outreach to address water quality restoration goals and maintain public awareness of Bay restoration; evaluation of the impact of phosphorus species on water quality and plant growth; NPDES data synthesis and field monitoring to better estimate loadings of toxics (metals, organics) to Chesapeake Bay through storm water; Chesapeake Bay modeling, GIS and data analyses support, water quality data analysis/integration support, nonpoint and point source data management/analysis; and development of new regulations, design of TMDL watershed implementation plans, reissuance and enforcement of permits, and technical and compliance assistance to local governments and regulated entities to meet the goals of the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement. Fiscal Year 2018: NA.

Uses and Use Restrictions

On November 7, 2000, the President signed the Estuaries and Clean Waters Act of 2000, which includes Title II-Chesapeake Bay Restoration.

This Act amends Section 117 of the Federal Water Control Act (Clean Water Act) and established new authorities for the Chesapeake Bay Program.

These new legal authorities specify the type of work that can be performed with the funds appropriated for the Chesapeake Bay Program, the type of funding vehicles (e.g., assistance agreement) that can be used, and the type of organization eligible to receive funding.

The purposes of these amendment authorities are: (1) to expand and strengthen cooperative efforts to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay; and (2) to achieve the goals established in the Chesapeake Bay Agreement.

The term 'Chesapeake Bay Agreement' means the formal, voluntary agreements signed by the Chesapeake Executive Council and executed to achieve the goal of restoring and protecting the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem (e.g., the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement, Chesapeake 2000 agreement, 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, various Executive Council directives, etc.).

Assistance Agreements awarded under this program are: (1) 117(d) Technical Assistance and General Assistance Grants - These grants will be awarded competitively to nonprofit organizations, State and local governments, colleges, universities, and interstate agencies to implement the goals of the Chesapeake Bay Agreements; such as activities to support living resource protection and restoration; vital habitat protection and restoration; water quality protection and restoration; sound land use; and stewardship and community engagement.

All applicants applying for grants under Section 117(d) must commit to a cost share ranging from 5 to 50 percent of the total project costs, as determined at the sole discretion of EPA.

This determination will be stated in Request for Proposals (RFPs) or Agency policy.

(2) 117(e)(1)(A) Chesapeake Bay Regulatory and Accountability Grants (CBRAP) - As a result of EO 13508, these grants help each watershed state and the District of Columbia to develop new regulations, design TMDL watershed implementation plans, reissue and enforce permits, and provide technical and compliance assistance to local governments and regulated entities.

The grants aid the states and DC in implementing and expanding their jurisdiction's regulatory, accountability and enforcement capabilities, in support of reducing nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment loads delivered to the Bay to meet the water quality goals of the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement.

EPA awards these grants non-competitively.

Signatory jurisdictions applying for regulatory and accountability program grants under Section 117(e)(1)(A) must identify 50% cost share of total project costs (equal match/dollar for dollar) as required by statute.

(3) Section 117(e)(1)(A) Chesapeake Bay Implementation Grants (CBIG) - The Chesapeake Bay Implementation Grants are authorized under Section 117(e)(1)(A) to signatory jurisdictions.

Implementation Grants are for the purpose of implementing the management mechanisms established under the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, with particular emphasis on state programs for control and abatement of nonpoint source nutrient and sediment pollution (including atmospheric deposition as a nonpoint source).

Specifically, CBIG awards support the jurisdictions' implementation of the management strategies developed for each of the applicable outcomes identified in the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement.

CBIG awards may support the jurisdictions' implementation of their watershed implementation plans (WIPs) and milestone commitments, including addressing EPA's evaluation of the WIPs and milestones, and comparable actions that support nutrient and sediment load reduction goals.

If the signatory jurisdictions do not use 117(e)(1)(A) grants for projects consistent with furthering the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement goals and outcomes, EPA may reallocate, conditionally award, or withhold funds.

These grants are awarded non-competitively to any jurisdiction that signed the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement.

Signatory jurisdictions applying for implementation under Section 117(e)(1)(A) must identify 50% cost-share of total project costs (equal match/dollar for dollar).

(4) Section 117(e)(1)(B) Monitoring Grants - The monitoring grants are authorized under Section 117(e)(1)(B) for signatory jurisdictions.

These grants support the characterization of water and habitat quality and benthic community conditions for the main stem Chesapeake Bay and tidal tributaries, characterizing nutrient and sediment loadings to the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries from the surrounding Chesapeake Bay watershed, assessing changes in nutrient and sediment concentrations in local streams and rivers throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed, and providing data analysis and interpretation support for water quality and living resources status and trends.

These grants are awarded non-competitively to any signatory jurisdiction that signed the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement.

Signatory jurisdictions applying for monitoring grants under Section 117(e)(1)(B) must identify 50% cost share of total project costs (equal match/dollar for dollar).

(5) Section 117(g)(2) Small Watershed Grants - The Small Watershed Grants Program was established under Section 117(g)(2), which provides that grants can be awarded under Section 117(d) to local governments and nonprofit organizations in the Chesapeake Bay region working on a local level to protect and improve watersheds, while building citizen based resource stewardship.

The purpose of the grants program is to demonstrate effective techniques and partnership-building to achieve Chesapeake Bay Program objectives at the small watershed scale.

The Small Watershed Grants Program was designed to encourage the sharing of innovative ideas among the many organizations wishing to be involved in watershed protection activities.

Applicants applying for small watershed grants under Section (g)(2) must commit to a cost share of 25% of the total project cost.

Assistance agreement awards under this program may involve or relate to geospatial information.

Further information regarding geospatial information may be obtained by viewing the following website: https://www.epa.gov/geospatial.

Grant recipients and sub-recipients are encouraged to adopt and enforce policies that ban text messaging while driving company-owned or -rented vehicles or government-owned vehicles, or while driving privately-owned vehicles when on official government business or when performing any work for or on behalf of the government.

Grant recipients and sub-recipients are encouraged to conduct initiatives of the type described in section 3(a) of the Federal Leadership on Reducing Text Messaging While Driving Executive Order that was signed on October 1, 2009.

Generally this program makes Federal awards on a discretionary basis.

For further information, please contact the Headquarters or regional office.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicant Eligibility

Under section 117(d), funds are available for technical and general assistance grants to nonprofit organizations, State and local governments, colleges, universities, and interstate agencies; under section 117(e)(1)(A) and 117e(1)(B), respectively, funds are available for implementation, regulatory and accountability, and monitoring grants to signatory jurisdictions; and under section 117(g)(2), funds are available for technical assistance and assistance grants under the Small Watershed Grants Program to local governments and nonprofit organizations and individuals in the Chesapeake Bay region.

For certain competitive funding opportunities under this CFDA description, the Agency may limit eligibility to compete to a number or subset of eligible applicants consistent with the Agency's Assistance Agreement Competition Policy.

Beneficiary Eligibility

Under section 117(d), funds are available for technical and general assistance grants to nonprofit organizations, State and local governments, colleges, universities, and interstate agencies; under section 117(e)(1)(A) and 117(e)(1)(B), respectively, funds are available for implementation, and monitoring grants to signatory jurisdictions and headwaters states; and under Section 117(g)(2), funds are available for technical assistance and assistance grants under the Small Watershed Grants Program to local governments and nonprofit organizations and individuals in the Chesapeake Bay region.

Credentials/Documentation

Compliance with 2 CFR 200 and 1500, and with Program Grant Guidance to matching funds. Costs will be determined in accordance with 2 CFR 200 Subpart E. 2 CFR 200, Subpart E - Cost Principles applies to this program.

Aplication and Award Process

Preapplication Coordination

Regarding pre-application/pre-proposal assistance with respect to competitive funding opportunities under this program description, EPA will generally specify the nature of the pre-application/pre-proposal assistance, if any, that will be available to applicants in the competitive announcement.

For additional information, contact the individual(s) listed as 'Information Contacts' or see Appendix IV of the Catalog.

Preapplication assistance is recommended and should be obtained from the EPA Region III Grants Management Office.

All proposals or work statements should be consistent with CBPO's Grant Guidance located at http://www2.epa.gov/restoration-chesapeake-bay/chesapeake-bay-program-grant-guidance.

This program is eligible for coverage under E.O.

12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Programs.' An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review.

Environmental impact information is not required for this program.

This program is eligible for coverage under E.O.

12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Programs.' An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review.

Application Procedures

2 CFR 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards applies to this program. 2 CFR 200 and 1500 as applicable applies to this program. Competitive RFPs for grants/cooperative agreements are announced widely through the internet and Environmental Protection Agency's CBPO RFP e-mail and mailing database. RFPs are listed on the following websites: http://www.grants.gov; http://www.epa.gov/region03/chesapeake/grants.htm; http://www.epa.gov/region03/grants/grantopp.htm; and http://www.chesapeakebay.net/grantsandrfps.aspx?menuitem=14892. Issued CBPO RFPs will seek applicant proposals that identify specific outcomes that will further goals of the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement. The RFP will include detailed instructions for submission of proposals. Interested parties who would like to receive a copy of issued CBPO RFPs and be added to the Environmental Protection Agency's CBPO e-mail and/or mailing database should submit their name, address, phone number, and e-mail address to James Hargett at hargett.james@epa.gov or such requests can be mailed to James Hargett, Environmental Protection Agency CBPO, 410 Severn Avenue, Suite 112, Annapolis, Maryland 21403. EPA will only accept addresses provided in writing (either by e-mail or letter); no phone calls will be accepted. Requests for application kits must be submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 3, 1650 Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19103, Grants and Audit Management Branch (3PM70). Additional information on the EPA assistance package can be found at: http://www.epa.gov/ogd/grants/how_to_apply.htm. Additional information pertaining to application requirements for EPA's CBPO grants programs can be found in the 2011 CBPO Grant Guidance at: http://www2.epa.gov/grants/application-kit-federal-assistance. Applicants, except in limited circumstances approved by the Agency, must submit all initial applications for funding through http://www.grants.gov.

Award Procedures

For competitive awards, EPA will review and evaluate applications, proposals, and/or submissions in accordance with the terms, conditions, and criteria stated in the competitive announcement. Competitions will be conducted in accordance with EPA policies/regulations for competing assistance agreements.

Deadlines

Not Applicable.

Authorization

Clean Water Act, Section 117.

Range of Approval/Disapproval Time

Approximately 7 months after deadline for application submission.

Appeals

Assistance agreement competition-related disputes will be resolved in accordance with the Assistance agreement competition-related disputes will be resolved in accordance with the dispute resolution procedures published in 70 FR (Federal Register) 3629, 3630 (January 26, 2005). Copies of these procedures may also be requested by contacting the individual(s) listed as 'Information Contacts.' Disputes relating to matters other than the competitive selection of recipients will be resolved under 2 CFR 1500 Subpart E, as applicable.

Renewals

Renewals are subject to approval of EPA.

Assistance Considerations

Formula and Matching Requirements

This program has no statutory formula. Matching Requirements: This program has no statutory formula. Under Section 117 (e)(1)(A) and 117(e)(1)(B), respectively, signatory jurisdictions applying for implementation and monitoring grants must identify 50 percent cost share of total project costs (equal match/dollar for dollar). All applicants applying for technical and general assistance grants under Section 117 (d), must commit to a cost share ranging from 5 percent to 50 percent as determined at the sole discretion of EPA. This determination will be stated in Request for Proposals or Agency policy. EPA will promptly inform the applicant of the selected cost share requirement. Signatory jurisdictions applying for regulatory and accountability program grants under Section 117(e)(1)(A) must identify 50% cost share of total project costs (equal match/dollar for dollar) as required by statute. Applicants applying for Small Watershed Grants Program under Section 117(g)(2) must commit to a cost share of 25 percent of the total project cost. State and local governments receiving assistance under any of the provisions of Section 117 must comply with 2 CFR 200 and 1500. In addition to the cost share requirement, applicants must adhere to the requirement in the Clean Water Act, Section 117 - Administrative Costs. This section requires a 10 percent cap for administrative costs. The cost of salaries and fringe benefits incurred in administering the grant cannot exceed 10 percent of the Federal grant amount. This program does not have MOE requirements. This program does not have MOE requirements.

Length and Time Phasing of Assistance

Grants are normally funded on a 12-month basis. The term of the grant shall be determined at the time of grant award. See the following for information on how assistance is awarded/released: The method of fund disbursement will be determined at the time of award.

Post Assistance Requirements

Reports

EPA includes reporting requirements for grants and cooperative agreements in the terms and conditions of the agreements.

Agreements may require quarterly, interim, and final progress reports, and expenditure/financial, equipment, and invention reports.

Specific reporting requirements are also identified in the grant regulations at 2 CFR 200 and 1500, as applicable.

Program reports are required under this program.

Cash reports are required under this program.

Progress reports are required under this program.

Expenditure reports are required under this program.

Performance monitoring is required under this program.

Audits

In accordance with the provisions of 2 CFR 200, Subpart F - Audit Requirements, non-Federal entities that expend financial assistance of $750,000 or more in Federal awards will have a single or a program-specific audit conducted for that year. Non-Federal entities that expend less than $750,000 a year in Federal awards are exempt from Federal audit requirements for that year, except as noted in 2 CFR 200.503. Grants and cooperative agreements are subject to inspections and audits by the Comptroller General of the United States, the EPA Office of Inspector General, other EPA staff, or any authorized representative of the Federal government. Reviews by the EPA Project Officer and the Grants Specialist may occur each year.

Records

Financial records, including all documents to support entries on accounting records and to substantiate changes to each grant, must be kept available to personnel authorized to examine EPA grant accounts. All records must be maintained for three years from the date of submission of the final expenditure report. If questions still remain, such as those raised as a result of audit, related records should be retained until the matter is completely resolved.

Financial Information

Account Identification

68-0108-0-1-304.

Obigations

(Project Grants) FY 16 $64,744,800; FY 17 est $54,000,000; and FY 18 est $0 - FY 15 $64,744,800; FY 16 est. $54,000,000 and FY 17 est. $54,000,000.

Range and Average of Financial Assistance

$36,667 to $6,000,000/fiscal year; $300,000fiscal year average.

Regulations, Guidelines, and Literature

Chesapeake Bay Program Office's Annual Grant Guidance and general regulations (2 CFR 200 and 1500) for assistance programs available from EPA. The Chesapeake Bay Program Office's Grant Guidance is available at http://www.epa.gov/region03/chesapeake/grants.htm.

Information Contacts

Regional or Local Office

See Regional Agency Offices. James Hargett, EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office, 410 Severn Avenue, Suite 112, Annapolis, MD 21403. Telephone: (410) 267-5743; FAX: (410) 267-5777; E-mail: hargett.james@epa.gov.

Headquarters Office

James Hargett EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office, 410 Severn Avenue, Suite 112,. , Annapolis, Maryland 21403 Email: hargett.james@epa.gov Phone: 410-267-5743 Fax: 410-267-5777

Criteria for Selecting Proposals

The evaluation and selection criteria for competitive awards under this CFDA description will be described in the competitive announcement.



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