LUBBOCK, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) — The next is a information launch from the HPWD:
Excessive Plains Underground Water Conservation District (HPWD) is now accepting requests for proposals (RFPs) for water conservation analysis, demonstration, and schooling challenge funding.
Proposals are due no later than 5:00 p.m., Monday, Could three, 2021. They should be submitted utilizing the funding utility kind discovered at hpwd.org/analysis and comply with the proposal necessities adopted by the HPWD Board of Administrators. These necessities embody:
- Not more than 5 (5) pages in size, and single spaced
- An government abstract of the proposal
- Proposed work goals and anticipated influence of the analysis/demonstration being performed
- Size and timeline of the proposed challenge.
- Listing of cooperators and different funding sources for the challenge
- Proposed finances and finances justification
- E-mail supply is most well-liked and purposes ought to be despatched to [email protected]
“Annually, HPWD funds various analysis and demonstration initiatives. We invite these with modern concepts to submit requests for proposals. Our analysis and demonstration committee will consider every challenge for doable funding,” mentioned Basic Supervisor Jason Coleman. The complete HPWD Board of Administrators usually acts on these proposals at their common June assembly.
Since 2014, HPWD has supplied greater than $500,00zero in supplemental funding for analysis, demonstration, and schooling initiatives.
Previous analysis and demonstration grant funding initiatives can be found for viewing at www.hpwd.org/analysis.
Created in 1951 by native residents and the Texas Legislature, the Excessive Plains Water District works to preserve, protect, shield, and stop the waste of underground water inside its 16-county service space. HPWD is the primary groundwater conservation district created in Texas.
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(Information launch from the Excessive Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1)