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October 25, 2013
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EPA Awards $400,000 to Communities to Reduce Water Pollution and Build Resilience to Climate Change

As part of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) commitment to engaging with local communities to support green infrastructure, EPA has conducted two technical assistance programs focused on green infrastructure implementation. These technical assistance programs are intended to address a range of technical, regulatory, and institutional barriers to green infrastructure, and to build community capacity by sharing lessons learned. EPA selected 17 communities to receive technical assistance in 2012.

In October 2013, EPA announced the selection of 6 communities to receive targeted technical assistance to support the expanded use of green infrastructure. The selected communities will receive a total of $400,000 in technical assistance for projects addressing the selection and design of green infrastructure at a range of scales, in a range of urban contexts, and in a range of climates.

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