EPA offering grants to Kentucky to clean pollution

The U-S E.P.A will partially pay for projects to clean polluted streams, lakes, and groundwater supplies.

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Kentucky - The Environmental Protection Agency is offering grants to Kentucky to help clean up the environment.

The U-S E.P.A will partially pay for projects to clean polluted streams, lakes, and groundwater supplies.

The grants can be used to watershed restoration projects and projects that reduce runoff pollution.

The Kentucky Division of Water awards matching grants that pay for 60% of the overall costs of the projects chosen.

The deadline for submitting proposals is February 3rd.


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