$45 million in funding is available for projects that will advance the coastal habitat restoration and climate resilience priorities of tribes and underserved communities under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act. Through this funding, NOAA will help support community-driven habitat restoration and build the capacity of tribes and underserved communities to more fully participate in restoration activities.
Of the $45 million in funding available, $20 million is specifically available to U.S. federally recognized tribes, Alaska Native Corporations, and organizations that represent tribes through formal legal agreements.
The remaining $25 million will be available to all eligible applicants, to support opportunities for tribes and underserved communities to meaningfully engage in coastal habitat restoration activities.
Raritan Headwaters Association (RHA), is a non-profit leader in science, policy and stakeholder-engagement aimed at effective protection and restoration of watershed health. Throughout RHA’s 64-year history as a leader in science-based conservation in New Jersey, RHA has worked in the 470 mile Upper Raritan River headwaters region and with state and national partners to bring water quality science into the decision-making process. As part of a dynamic team of scientists and conservation practitioners, the Watershed Scientist leads RHA’s award-winning Stream Monitoring Program. For more information about RHA’s projects, visit www.raritanheadwaters.org.
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The Toxic Exposure and Health Program plays a vital role in Earthjustice’s mission to defend the right of all people to a healthy environment. This Program’s work focuses on addressing the many ways that people are exposed to and harmed by toxic chemicals, with a special focus on federal regulatory programs like the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). The Program’s work also intersects with broader efforts to promote healthy communities by addressing issues related to clean air, clean water, pesticides, drinking water, and waste, as well as related issues at the intersection of other areas of programmatic work (like climate and energy and biodiversity).
The Scientist will help develop and execute innovative strategies designed to identify and reduce exposures to toxic chemicals (like lead, PFAS, petrochemicals and pesticides). These include, for example, strategies to: develop the factual basis for obtaining stronger regulation of toxic substances in consumer products and the environment; ensure scientifically rigorous assessments of hazard, exposure, and risk under environmental and public health laws (like TSCA, FIFRA, and the CAA); support the elimination of toxic chemicals and additives in food, food packaging, and consumer products; identify hazards and exposures from petrochemical production and use; and pioneer development of leading-edge laws and policies that can serve as models for states and the federal government. The Scientist will help advance these policies through litigation and policy advocacy at the federal and state levels.
Winter Maintenance Trainees join the Clearwater crew for a period of 4-10 weeks during the repair and maintenance season. Under the direction of the captains and mate, trainees will assist in various aspects of winterizing, maintaining, and repairing the Sloop Clearwater and caretaking of the workshop. This includes, but is not limited to, sanding, painting, varnishing, assisting shipwrights, shoveling snow, and cleaning. This is an entry level position. Housing in a shared apartment and food is provided. Crew works approximately 40 hours per week. Stipend is $160/week.
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NYC Parks is the steward of over 30,000 acres of land — 14 percent of New York City — including more than 5,000 individual properties ranging from Coney Island Beach and Central Park to community gardens and Greenstreets. We look after 600,000 street trees, and two million more in parks.
The Environment and Planning division aims to protect, restore, and expand New York City’s green spaces and natural areas to maximize their benefits for environmental and community health and resilience. The Natural Resources Group’s mission is to protect, restore, expand, and manage New York City’s over 12,000 acres of natural spaces and green infrastructure across the five boroughs, including forests, grasslands, and wetlands.
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