Tampa Bay Water is dedicated to protecting our region’s drinking water sources and we need your help. Communities and individual citizens have an important role in keeping our drinking water sources clean and safe.
In the Tampa Bay area, our drinking water comes from groundwater, river water and Tampa Bay. Protecting these sources from pollution safeguards the environment where we live and helps save money too. The cleaner the source water, the less energy and fewer chemicals are needed to treat the water before it gets to you.
That’s why Tampa Bay Water offers the Source Water Protection Mini-grant Program with $30,000 in grant money available to help fund projects and events by local community groups, nonprofit groups, schools and universities. Grants range from $2,000 to $10,000 for activities that help protect regional drinking water sources and the ecosystem.
The Source Water Protection Mini-grant Program is a great way for the community to get involved in keeping our environment and drinking water supplies safe for years to come.
Final Framework Report
Applications for the 2022 grant cycle are due by 5 p.m. on November 12, 2021.
KEEP TAMPA BAY BEAUTIFULAmount: $10,000Source Water Protection Education Initiatives
KEEP PINELLAS BEAUTIFULAmount: $10,000Crafting a Resilient Environmental Education Program in a COVID Time and Beyond
FLORIDA BOTANICAL GARDENS FOUNDATIONAmount: $5,500Aquatic Demonstration Area Sign Replacement
BOYD HILL NATURE PRESERVE (PINELLAS COUNTY SCHOOLS)Amount: $3,400Water Efficient Pollinator Garden and Water Cycle Education Program
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