New Bedford Harbor Restoration Projects (IV)

The New Bedford Harbor Trustee Council

(Trustee Council or Council) is responsible for restoration of natural

resources injured through the release of polychlorinated biphenyls

(PCBs) and other hazardous substances into the New Bedford Harbor



Council consists of the:
(1) Massachusetts Executive

Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs; (2) U. S. Department of

Commerce, NOAA represented by the National Marine Fisheries Service;

and (3) U. S. Department of the Interior represented by the U. S. Fish

and Wildlife Service.

Using settlement funds, the Council plans and

implements projects that restore, replace or acquire the equivalent of

the natural resources that have been injured.

The Council intends to

fund up to $ 6. 0 million for restoration projects addressing the natural

resource injury within the New Bedford Harbor Environment.

Funding will

be provided through grants or cooperative agreements issued through

NOAA on behalf of the Council.

Approved projects that involve

activities not eligible for NOAA Grants may receive funds through other

Trustee agencies.

Related Programs

Habitat Conservation

Department of Commerce

Agency: Department of Commerce

Office: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Estimated Funding: $6,000,000

Who's Eligible

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
Eligible applicants include state, local and Indian
tribal governments, institutions of higher education, other nonprofit
and commercial organizations and individuals whose projects have the
potential to benefit the impacted natural resources.
Applications from Federal agencies or employees of Federal agencies
can be submitted but cannot be considered for NOAA grants.

applications may be funded through the other Trustee Council agencies.

The Department of Commerce/National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (DOC/NOAA) and the Council are strongly committed to
broadening the participation of historically black colleges and
universities, Hispanic serving institutions, tribal colleges and
universities, and institutions that work in underserved areas.

Council encourages proposals involving any of the above institutions.

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Steve Drescher Policy Advisor Phone 301-713-0926

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