Project title




Yüklə 66.37 Kb.
tarix10.04.2016
ölçüsü66.37 Kb.

2016 DEEP §319 Application


PROJECT TITLE/BRIEF SUMMARY/BASIN LOCATION – Descriptive name and location of the proposed project.

PROJECT TITLE:

     

Name of person and organization submitted this application




PROJECT DESCRIPTION Use extra paper if needed



     


DESCRIBE LOCATION:

i.e. town, street, site. Note: A site map must be included with this application unless the project is non-site specific or statewide.




If you need help with the lat/long, the following website should be useful. Try to locate project site or general watershed area as best as you can by right clicking on the location on Bing Maps or Google Maps, or try http://www.itouchmap.com/latlong.html. If your project is a statewide project then use CT DEEP 79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT Latitude, Longitude 41.762989,-72.678509

     


MAJOR BASIN:

     

PRIMARY REGIONAL BASIN # & NAME:

     

     

RESPONSIBLE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROJECT – This person will be considered the project manager (if applicable fill in co-manager section.

PROJECT MGR. NAME/TITLE:

     

AFFILIATION:

     

STREET ADDRESS:

     

CITY, STATE ZIP:

     

PHONE NUMBER:

(   )      

FAX & EMAIL:

(   )      

     








STREET ADDRESS:

     

CITY, STATE ZIP:

     

PHONE NUMBER:

(   )      

FAX & EMAIL:

(   )      

     


ESTIMATED TOTAL COST AND NONFEDERAL SOURCES – Identify the amount of §319 funds requested (60%); nonfederal match (40%); and total cost of project (100%).

To calculate the amounts use the following:

Section 319 funds requested divided by .6 = Total cost



Total cost = Section 319 funds requested + 40% nonfederal match

60% -§ 319 FUNDS REQUESTED:

     

40% - NONFEDERAL MATCH:

     

100% TOTAL COST:

     

PREVIOUS 319 FUNDING AWARDED TO GROUP? If yes, indicate below project(s) name and fiscal year, award amount, and balance to date. Use extra paper if needed. No more than the three most recent projects need to be listed. Applicants may want to list similar or relevant projects to the one being proposed.

 YES

NAME OF PROJECT:

     

     

     

     

     




EXPECTED COMPLETION DATE:

     

     

     

     

     




$ AMT AWARDED:

     

     

     

     

     




$ BALANCE TO DATE:

     

     

     

     

     

 NO

§319 FUNDS HAVE NOT BEEN PREVIOUSLY AWARDED TO APPLICANT.

NOTE TO THOSE APPLICANTS PROPOSING IMPLEMENTATION OR RESTORATION ACTIVITIES:

In most situations a watershed-based plan must be developed for the water body in question before implementation activities can be funded by § 319 funds. You will need to provide the following information in order to satisfy that requirement:

If you are proposing a 9 Element Watershed Based Plan, submittal of the following checklist will be required when your project is completed:

http://www.ct.gov/deep/lib/deep/water/watershed_management/wm_plans/319wbpchecklist.doc

Please consult with your DEEP Watershed Manager before implementation/restoration activities can begin.




IMPAIRMENT

Identify causes and sources of nonpoint source impairment(s).      




LOAD REDUCTION

Estimate expected load reductions and whether the impairment will be fully addressed.          




MANAGEMENT MEASURES

Describe the specific nonpoint source management measures to be applied.      




TECH ASSISTANCE & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Estimate needed technical and financial assistance by activity.      




PUBLIC INFORMATION & EDUCATION

Describe public information and education efforts and their value to the project.      




MANAGEMENT MEASURES

Provide an implementation schedule for NPS management measures.      




MILESTONES

List the measurable milestones consistent with the implementation schedule.      




PERFORMANCE

Provide a list of performance criteria that will be used to measure success.      




MONITORING

Describe how the project will be monitored.      
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT/LONG TERM MAINTENANCE AND PERMITS

If the project includes construction who is responsible for long-term maintenance?      

Will this project require permits? If so, what permits will be required and who will be responsible for permit acquisition?


INTERAGENCY COORDINATION, ROLES, AND RESPONSIBILITIES Describe participation and commitments expected from other agencies and organizations.

     

QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY CONTROL Will this project require a quality assurance quality control plan (QAPP).

 YES  NO

If yes answer the following:



  • Will water chemistry monitoring be conducted with this project?  YES  NO

  • Will biological monitoring be conducted with this project?  YES  NO

  • Will habitat assessment monitoring be conducted with this project?  YES  NO

If your proposed project involves the collection, analysis, or manipulation of environmental data and it is selected for funding, it will require a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP). The QAPP must be approved by CT DEEP/US EPA prior to the commencement of this work. Investigators need to include the preparation and implementation of this plan into their budget. All QAPP’s should be written according to one of the following guidance documents:

http://www.epa.gov/region1/lab/qa/pdfs/QAPPProgram.pdf

http://www.epa.gov/region1/lab/qa/qaprojectplandevtool.html

Also note:




  1. The use of "secondary data" to make environmental decisions requires a QAPP. Secondary data are previously collected data (which may have been collected by other entities, not just the current grantee). A good example is the use of previously collected data in a computerized model to develop new data, e.g., about estimated pollutant levels. This might fall under your "manipulation" criterion.

  2. If project proponent provides "in kind" services, such as sample analysis or sample collection, instead of money, a QAPP is necessary.

  3. If the project is conducted with the deliberate intent to provide the data to EPA for its use, a QAPP should be written.

TASKS, DELIVERABLE, ESTIMATED COST List in sequence the major tasks, deliverables, and costs. A final project report is a required deliverable for every project identify, as appropriated, any contracts to be awarded or Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) plans as tasks. Any type of data analysis or data reporting will require a QAPP.







Task #

Description of Task & Deliverable

Cost

§ 319 funds

  

     

     

  

     

     

  

     

     

  

     

     

  

     

     

  

     

     

Estimated duration (How many months do you expect project to run - up to 2 year duration):

BMP - Documentation: If this project will implement one or more Best Management Practices (BMPs), include information on the BMP(s) that will be used.

If BMP Project: 
What is/are the BMP(s)?

Not a BMP Project: 



ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFIT AND CAUSE OF IMPAIRMENT


ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS:

Choose the box(s) that best describes the environmental benefit that will be derived from the proposed project.

  • Eliminate an identified impairment throughout a watershed? 

  • Restore impaired waters or segments of impaired waters? 

  • Reduce NPS pollution but may or may not eliminate impairments? 

  • Protect stream or prevent NPS pollution? 

  • Other: Specify

CAUSES OF IMPAIRMENT:

Choose the box(s) that best describes the source of impairment that will addressed by the proposed project.

  • Targets impairments caused by hydromodification- resulting silt or sediment. 

  • Targets NPS impairments caused by agricultural drainage and/or runoff and resulting nutrients, silt or sediment. 

  • Targets impairments caused by urban NPS sources 

  • Targets impairments caused by other NPS sources (specify)


Verilənlər bazası müəlliflik hüququ ilə müdafiə olunur ©azrefs.org 2016
rəhbərliyinə müraciət

    Ana səhifə