2014 Strategic Planning for the Champlain Heritage Partnership

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2014 Strategic Planning for the Champlain Heritage Partnership: This is NOT a request for applications; this is an announcement that an award has already been designated for New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission on behalf of Lake Champlain Basin Program for their work on the 2014 Strategic Planning for the Champlain Heritage Partnership. NEIWPCC on behalf of LCBP agrees to: 1. Maintain the existing ten (10) county-based network of regional stakeholder groups throughout the CVNHP to include representation of all counties within the national heritage area. 2. Develop CVNHP programs supporting each of the three approved interpretive themes for the CVNHP. The interpretive themes are: (1) Making of Nations – investigating the history of settlement and exploration in the Champlain Valley and the role of the region and its people in the various American wars that preceded the peace the region knows today, (2) Corridor of Commerce – exploring the historic and current role of Lake Champlain and its network of tributaries and canals in the regional economy, and (3) Conservation and Community – looking at the history of agricultural activity and related environmental change in the region and the current importance of locally grown food to the region’s economy and culture. New partnerships, programs, and projects that interpret, educate, and provide outreach will continue for the following programs: a. An ongoing commemorative program recognizing the importance of the War of 1812 and the 200 years of unbroken peace between the United States and Canada that ensued in support of the Making of Nations interpretive theme (see specifically Attachment A, Task j). b. An ongoing interpretive program featuring sustainable agriculture and the agricultural tourism economy in support of the Conservation and Community and Corridor of Commerce interpretive themes (see specifically Attachment A, Task d). 3. Implement tasks as outlined in Attachment A - FY 14 Work Plan and Budget: CVNHP Administration and Management Plan Implementation (Tasks a – k). 4. Comply with all applicable State and Federal laws, including, but not limited to, National Environmental Policy Act and the National Historic Preservation Act.
Federal Grant Title: 2014 Strategic Planning for the Champlain Heritage Partnership
Federal Agency Name: National Park Service (DOI-NPS)
Grant Categories: Other
Type of Opportunity: Mandatory
Funding Opportunity Number: NPS-14-NERO-0059
Type of Funding: Cooperative Agreement
CFDA Numbers: 15.939
CFDA Descriptions: Information not provided
Current Application Deadline: June 28th, 2014
Original Application Deadline: June 28th, 2014
Posted Date: June 23rd, 2014
Creation Date: June 23rd, 2014
Archive Date: June 29th, 2014
Total Program Funding: $296,500
Maximum Federal Grant Award: $296,500
Minimum Federal Grant Award: $296,500
Expected Number of Awards: 1
Cost Sharing or Matching: Yes
Last Updated: June 23rd, 2014
Category Explanation
This is NOT a request for applications; this is an announcement that an award has already been designated for New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission on behalf of Lake Champlain Basin Program for their work on the 2014 Strategic Planning for the Champlain Heritage Partnership. NEIWPCC on behalf of LCBP agrees to: 1. Maintain the existing ten (10) county-based network of regional stakeholder groups throughout the CVNHP to include representation of all counties within the national heritage area. 2. Develop CVNHP programs supporting each of the three approved interpretive themes for the CVNHP. The interpretive themes are: (1) Making of Nations – investigating the history of settlement and exploration in the Champlain Valley and the role of the region and its people in the various American wars that preceded the peace the region knows today, (2) Corridor of Commerce – exploring the historic and current role of Lake Champlain and its network of tributaries and canals in the regional economy, and (3) Conservation and Community – looking at the history of agricultural activity and related environmental change in the region and the current importance of locally grown food to the region’s economy and culture. New partnerships, programs, and projects that interpret, educate, and provide outreach will continue for the following programs: a. An ongoing commemorative program recognizing the importance of the War of 1812 and the 200 years of unbroken peace between the United States and Canada that ensued in support of the Making of Nations interpretive theme (see specifically Attachment A, Task j). b. An ongoing interpretive program featuring sustainable agriculture and the agricultural tourism economy in support of the Conservation and Community and Corridor of Commerce interpretive themes (see specifically Attachment A, Task d). 3. Implement tasks as outlined in Attachment A - FY 14 Work Plan and Budget: CVNHP Administration and Management Plan Implementation (Tasks a – k). 4. Comply with all applicable State and Federal laws, including, but not limited to, National Environmental Policy Act and the National Historic Preservation Act.
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Nonprofits having a 501 (c) (3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
Additional Information on Eligibility
This is NOT a request for applications; this is an announcement that an award has already been designated for New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission on behalf of Lake Champlain Basin Program for their work on the 2014 Strategic Planning for the Champlain Heritage Partnership. NEIWPCC on behalf of LCBP agrees to: 1. Maintain the existing ten (10) county-based network of regional stakeholder groups throughout the CVNHP to include representation of all counties within the national heritage area. 2. Develop CVNHP programs supporting each of the three approved interpretive themes for the CVNHP. The interpretive themes are: (1) Making of Nations – investigating the history of settlement and exploration in the Champlain Valley and the role of the region and its people in the various American wars that preceded the peace the region knows today, (2) Corridor of Commerce – exploring the historic and current role of Lake Champlain and its network of tributaries and canals in the regional economy, and (3) Conservation and Community – looking at the history of agricultural activity and related environmental change in the region and the current importance of locally grown food to the region’s economy and culture. New partnerships, programs, and projects that interpret, educate, and provide outreach will continue for the following programs: a. An ongoing commemorative program recognizing the importance of the War of 1812 and the 200 years of unbroken peace between the United States and Canada that ensued in support of the Making of Nations interpretive theme (see specifically Attachment A, Task j). b. An ongoing interpretive program featuring sustainable agriculture and the agricultural tourism economy in support of the Conservation and Community and Corridor of Commerce interpretive themes (see specifically Attachment A, Task d). 3. Implement tasks as outlined in Attachment A - FY 14 Work Plan and Budget: CVNHP Administration and Management Plan Implementation (Tasks a – k). 4. Comply with all applicable State and Federal laws, including, but not limited to, National Environmental Policy Act and the National Historic Preservation Act.
Grant Announcement Contact
Keith Zotti
Partnership Program Specialist
Phone 2155979153
NEIWPCC
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