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IIJA/IRA Bureau of Land Management Alaska Rangeland Resource Management

DOI-BLM

Status:

Active

October 2, 2023

Posted:

Deadline: 

January 2, 2024

Funding

400000

Program:

5000

Award Floor:

Ceiling:

200000

Match Required?

No

Eligibility

AK

States:

Entity Types:

State governments, County governments, City or township governments, Special district governments, Independent school districts, Public & State controlled institutions of higher education, Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized), Public housing authorities, Native American tribal organizations, Nonprofits (with 501(c)(3) status), Nonprofits (without 501(c)(3) status)

Individuals and For-Profit Organizations are ineligible to apply for awards under this NOFO.This program NOFO does not support entities hiring interns or crewsunder the Public Lands Corps Act of 1993. The Public Lands Corps Act of 1993, 16 USC, Chapter 37, Subchapter II-Public Lands Corps, is the only legislative authority that allows BLM to "hire" internsunder this authority. Therefore, eligible Youth Conservation Corps may only apply for projects developed under NOFO 15.243 BLM Youth Conservation Opportunities on Public Lands.CESUs are partnerships with a purpose to promote, conduct, and provide research, studies, assessments, monitoring, technical assistance, and educational services. If a cooperative agreement is awarded to a CESU partner under a formally negotiated Master CESU agreement which is consistent with the CESU purpose, indirect costs are limited to a rate of no-more-than 17.5 percent of the indirect cost base recognized in the partner;apos;s Federal Agency-approved Negotiated Indirect Cost Rate Agreement (NICRA). Applicants should specify if their proposal furthers the purpose of the CESU program, and if so which CESU Network should be considered as host.

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Source Type:

Federal

Department of the Interior - Bureau of Land Management Alaska (AK) Rangeland Resource Management. Funding Opportunity Goals1. Conserving and restoring lands to combat climate change: promote
climate resilient landscapes by focusing on maintaining/improving land health through
appropriate livestock grazing use, management of invasive species and noxious weeds, and
managing soil resources.2. Restoring legacy disturbances: Support restoration of landscapes
improving rangelands through grazing management on the ground projects including vegetation
restoration treatments, and grazing management structures, and soil resource management.3.
Decision support for adaptive management: To better support land management decisions
regarding grazing and other range management treatments, soil management, and invasive
species, the BLM will place a priority on collecting data through the use of consistent,
comparable, and common indicators, consistent methods, and an unbiased sampling framework
which will allow for analyses that are repeatable and comparable across a region, and decisions
based on science and data that are legally defensible.

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