About AWWA

Funding

Thank you to all who support our mission to protect and restore water quality in our region! Funding comes from a combination of individual donations, private foundations, and federal grants. Check out our partners page to see our supporters, and check out project specific grants below. For more information on each grant, click on the project titles below to read the reports.

Year

Funding Agency

Project Title

Grant $

Match $

Total Project $

2006 NH Department of Environmental Services SF Youth Conservation Corps Project $66,041.00 $114,010.00 $180,051.00
2006 NH Corporate Wetlands Restoration Partnership YCC Support $5,000.00 $5,000.00
2007 NH State Conservation Committee Moose Plate YCC support $4,998.00 $4,998.00
2008 NH State Conservation Committee Moose Plate YCC support $46,387.00 $28,135.00 $74,522.00
2008 NH Department of Environmental Services B-08-C-02 SF Watershed-based Plan for High Quality Waters in the AWWA Region $108,266.00 $210,097.00 $318,363.00
2010 NH Department of Environmental Services B-10-C-01 Salmon Falls Headwaters Watershed-based Management Plan Implementation Project – Phase 1 $107,952.00 $120,555.00 $228,507.00
2011 Dorr Foundation “AWWA in the Schools – Watershed Education for Our Future Community Leaders” $14,948.00 $6,804.00 $21,752.00
2012 NH Department of Environmental Services B-12-C-01 SFHLWMP Implementation Project – Phase 2: Brackett Road Load Reductions, Youth Conservation Corps and Outreach $87,026.00 $125,794 $212,820.00
2012 NH Department of Environmental Services R-12-S-08 Development of a Watershed Management Plan for Province Lake (Awarded to the Province Lake Association, managed by AWWA) $74,440.00 $86,489.60 $160,929.60
2012 ME Department of Environmental Protection 2012RR01 Great East Lake and Wilson Lake Watershed Implementation (Phase 1 Maine) $67,541.00 $86,666.00 $154,207.00
2015 NH Department of Environmental Services RI-15-S-08 Province Lake Watershed Management Plan Implementation Phase 1: Addressing High Priority Actions and Building Local Capacity $98,100.00 $104,921.02 $203,021.02
2015 ME Department of Environmental Protection 2015RR02 Great East Lake and Wilson Lake Watershed Protection Project (Phase 2 Maine) $55,356.00 $57,028.35 $112,384.35
2016 NH Department of Environmental Services RI-16-S-01 Province Lake Watershed Management Plan Implementation Phase 2: Septic System Improvements, Golf Course, Campground, Shoreline and Road Enhancements $77,000.00 $66,194.65 $143,194.65
2017 ME Department of Environmental Protection 2017RR07 Great East Lake Water Protection Project (Maine Phase 3) $42,387.00 $35,207.22 $77,594.22
2017 Dorr Foundation “Investigations of Local Water Resources – K-8 Explorations” and “Province Lake Golf Course Audubon Certification” $22,540.00 $22,540.00

Totals

$877,982

$1,041,902

$1,919,884

Other grantors include:

  • Alden N. Young Charitable Trust
  • Adelard A. and Valeda Lea Roy Foundation
  • Jane B. Cook 1983 Charitable Trust
  • Norcross Wildlife Foundation
  • New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
  • Pfizer Foundation

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