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                                      2015 WREN Source Water Protection Collaborative Grant Round is Now Closed 


WREN Source Water Protection Collaborative Grant proposals are due March 20, 2015.  Funded project activities must begin on or after July 1, 2015 and end June 30, 2016.

NOTE: As of 1/28/15, funding for the 2015 Round of WREN Watershed Education Projects (Nonpoint Source Pollution projects) was not renewed by PADEP and is NOT AVAILABLE for 2015. 

Source Water Protection Collaborative Grants proposal round is now closed.   Proposal deadline was 3/20/15.


What is Source water? Source water is the untreated “raw” water from streams, rivers, lakes, springs, and underground aquifers that serve as sources of a community’s drinking water.

What is on the land ends up in the water.  WREN Source Water Protection Collaborative Grants help community partnerships raise awareness about threats to public drinking water sources -- groundwater and surface water sources -- and promote solutions that help safeguard this community lifeline. The 2015 Source Water Protection Collaborative Grant round is now closed. Proposals were due March 20, 2015.


How You Treat Your Watershed Can Make a Difference.

And, as a WREN Project leader, you can make a difference to assure that families will have clean drinking water for generations to come through nature protection and sustainable development. WREN Projects helps residents and local officials each do their part to take action that will reduce risk and prevent pollution of the aquifers, lakes, rivers, streams, springs and the places we fish, swim and enjoy. Check out the many terrific projects we've already funded to get creative ideas. No need to re-invent the wheel.

If your proposal meets our criteria, we'll work together with you to help make your project a success. Learn more at our Source Water Protection Collaborative Grants page.