The Mining Mini-Grants Program is a joint project of the Western Mining Action Project and the Indigenous Enviornmental Network. It provides groups with up to $3,000 for work dedicated to mining-related issues. Grant applications are received for the following deadlines: February 1, June 1 and October 1. Applications for Emergency Grants may also be submitted using the same form. These are accepted anytime.
The next deadline is February 15, 2013. Contact either Aimee
Boulanger, WMAN Network Coordinator at (360) 969-2028 ~
aboulanger(at)whidbey.com or Simone Senogles, Indigenous Environmental
Network, (218) 751-4967 ~ simone(at)ienearth.org.
The Alaska Conservation Foundation has several grant opportunities for environmental groups in Alaska.
EPA’s Environmental Justice Small Grants Program supports communities working on solutions to local environmental and public health issues. Applicants must be incorporated non-profits, federally recognized tribal governments, or tribal organizations working to educate, empower and enable their communities to understand and address local environmental and public health issues.