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U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that the USDA is accepting applications for “$100 million in grants to increase the sale and use of biofuels derived from U.S. agricultural products. USDA plans to make funding available through the “Higher Blends Infrastructure Incentive Program” or HBIIP. This program markets higher blends of…

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Under Secretary Xochitl Torres Small has announced the USDA will now accept applications for cooperative agreements to help eligible entities provide planning, training, and technical assistance to foster placemaking activities in rural and Tribal communities. Rural Placemaking Innovation Challenge (RPIC) is making the funds available. The USDA…

Today, the Department of the Interior announced “$25.5 million” in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funds for “WaterSMART Water and Energy Efficiency Grants” in an effort to “safeguard local water supplies” in the face of severe western drought. Eight western states will be awarded funding for fourteen projects to “help local communities improve water use efficiency” by…

Two separate grants from ThinkWY will help the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center continue its mission to ensure the camp and its history are never forgotten. The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation celebrates two grants awarded by ThinkWY, the Wyoming Humanities Council. Both an operating support and a programming grant were awarded as part of the American…

A Northwest College student will be spending her winter break collecting scientific information for her research – and to get it, she’ll be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Biology major Tawna Herrera will leave Christmas Day for a 27-day research expedition in the African nation of Tanzania.  She will help collect samples of soil from the unique…

The Wyoming State Historical Society wants to help you with your history projects. The Lola Homsher Research Grant Program offers cash grants for anyone involved in a research activity based on Wyoming’s history. The grants range from $100 dollars to $1500 dollars. The funding goes towards the Historical Society’s mission of making Wyoming’s past accessible…


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