WORTHINGTON — The Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources awarded more than $18 million in grants late last week for projects that will protect and restore Minnesota’s streams, rivers, lakes and groundwater.
GEORGE, Iowa — Several city entities are gearing up for summer projects thanks to grants recently awarded by the Lyon County Riverboat Foundation.
The foundation distributed 39 grants to various organizations in the county during an award ceremony May 1 at the Grand Falls Casino Resort, Larchwood, Iowa.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Between $743,000 and $1.2 million in grant funds are available to local watershed improvement committees, soil and water conservation districts, public water supply utilities, county conservation boards, cities and counties in Iowa to support projects that will improve water quality or help prevent flooding.
WORTHINGTON — Every homeowner knows that along with the joys of ownership come expenses — expected and unexpected. The Historic Dayton House — the fully restored 1890s home that was once the residence of George Dayton, founder of the Dayton and Target retail store empire — is no exception.
As a facility that is used by the public for gatherings, lodging and tours, the Dayton House not only encounters the normal costs incurred by any functioning residence, but also must keep its facilities guest-ready all the time and be prepared for any unexpected expenses.
WORTHINGTON — The C.K. Blandin Foundation’s Minnesota Intelligent Rural Communities (MIRC) initiative is working to help rural communities stay technologically competitive with urban areas and is seeking applications from organizations and businesses for grant funding.
GEORGE, Iowa — Aquatic center redevelopment projects in Sanborn and George are now slated to receive funds from the Culver/Judge I-JOBS initiative.
The Vision Iowa Board recently approved a total of $2.36 million in grants at their meeting in Grinnell.
WORTHINGTON — Southwestern Minnesota Opportunity Council Inc. (SMOC), the community action agency serving Murray, Nobles, Pipestone and Rock counties, was awarded $15,636 in federal funds through the FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program.
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