TRIBES AND THE EXCHANGE NETWORK
SSHIAP Section Manager, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
"The EN Grants have provided an avenue for us to build data exchanges for the co-management of data between Washington state and our twenty member tribes."
Executive Director, Native American Environmental Protection Coalition
"This is one of the few programs that can strengthen your tribal sovereignty by offering scientifically defensible data."
Database Analyst/Programmer, Muscogee Nation
"[The EN Grant] has greatly improved our environmental data management...it's made us more efficient, and more successful to completing our goal, and protecting human health."
The Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 Exchange Network (EN) Grant Program Solicitation Notice (SN) is now published to Grants.gov and is available here: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=347503. Applications are due to EPA by 11:59 PM Eastern Time, Friday, June 2nd, 2023.
Visit the EN Grants Program website for guidance tools and other information.
Contact Erin McGown (EN Grants Program Manager), U.S. EPA, at ENGrantProgram [at] epa.gov with questions.
Environmental Director, Cherokee Nation Environmental Programs
"[The EN Grant] has made more people aware of the air monitoring that we do."
Curious about what the EN Grant experience is like for Tribes?
View the videos below from Tribal EN Grantees who share their insight and tips!