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Kansas City: Free EPA Grant Writing Workshop- Day 1

  • Anita B. Gorman Conservation Discovery Center 4750 Troost Avenue Kansas City, MO, 64110 United States (map)

More information and to register:

The free two-day grant-writing workshop is being presented by the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program at Kansas State University, in partnership with the Iowa Division of Natural ResourcesKansas Department of Health and EnvironmentMissouri Department of Natural Resources, and Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy. The workshop is designed to offer tools and tips for grant-writing when applying for U.S. EPA Brownfields, Environmental Justice, Pollution Prevention, Environmental Education, and healthy homes and lead-paint grants.


Topics will include:

-Grant-writing 101: How to tell your story and tips for writing a project description.

-Identifying, connecting, and engaging your community and establishing partnerships.

-Developing a budget.

-An overview of TAB EZ (a free online grant writing tool).

-How to submit an application via

-Detailed discussion of grant guidelines*.


*Two breakout sessions will be offered, each focusing on different grants.  One track will be specific to brownfields assessment, revolving loan fund, and cleanup (ARC) grants, and the second will combine specifics for environmental justice, pollution prevention, environmental education, and healthy homes and lead-paint grants. Bring a friend or a colleague to ensure you get the most out of this two-day event. 


Do you have an outline or draft proposal in the works?  Would you like free one-on-one advice from a national expert?  An optional work session is being offered at the end of the second day, October 3.  Reserve your spot today!  Requests may be submitted by email to Maggie Egbarts,  For those that are traveling a greater distance and are unable to participate in a work session, be sure to bring your calendar and we'll schedule a future work date.   


Who Should Attend?

Local, regional, and tribal government officials, not-for-profit economic and community development organizations, and other entities interested in applying for federal grants to assist with the assessment, cleanup, and/or revitalization of their community.