ARC POWER: Partnerships for Opportunity & Workforce & Economic Revitalization (due April 29th) $400,000-$1.5 Mill
Letters of Intent to apply are due April 4, 2022
Final applications are due April 29, 2022.
A pre-application workshop will take place on March 10, 2022. Register here!
- Grant writing tips & the 2022 funding announcement & previous awards
- Southern Tier 8's Regional Impact summarized here:
Not only has the Southern Tier been impacted by the decline in American manufacturing, but families have also experienced the impact of the coal industry decline (from 2005 to 2015)...
1. Highly-recognized coal-dependent (how much does economy depend on coal?) counties include: Chenango, Tioga & Chemung
2. Moderately-impacted coal-industry-ecosystem (experienced negative impacts in transportation & supply-chain/manufacturing) counties include: Broome, Delaware, Schoharie, Alleghany & Cattaraugus and
3. Low-impacted coal-industry-ecosystem (transportation & supply-chain; coal-related industries) counties include: Cortland, Otsego, Tompkins, Schuyler & Chautauqua.
4. High-risk (of further decline of coal industry impacts) counties include Chenango and Chemung and moderate risk includes Tioga County.
5. Across the Southern Tier, plant retirements occurred in: Broome, Chenango & Tompkins Counties.
The Congressional-funded ARC POWER initiative aims to support communities impacted by the decline of the coal-industry ecosystem.
Success story: PA Wilds