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Technical Assistance for Project XL Stakeholder Groups

Through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Institute for Conservation Leadership is offering up to $25,000 per project to pay for technical assistance for stakeholder groups that directly participate in XL projects.

How can technical assistance benefit an XL project?
Technical assistance can be a key component of a successful stakeholder involvement process by:

Who can apply for technical assistance?
Technical assistance is available to stakeholder groups that are directly involved in the development of an XL project.

How can the money be used?
The Institute will pay for the stakeholder groups' specific technical needs. For example, technical assistance might involve obtaining a baseline measurement of current environmental performance, an analysis of economic and demographic trends, or a comparison of different facilities. Technical assistance can also be used to interpret and evaluate data, or to facilitate the stakeholder meeting and decision-making process.

What are some application requirements?
Requirements for receiving technical assistance include:

How do we apply?
Contact the Institute for Conservation Leadership to receive a complete description of the requirements and a copy of the application. The address is:

Institute for Conservation Leadership
6930 Carroll Ave., Suite 420
Takoma Park, MD 20912
phone: 301-270-2900 Email: peter@icl.org

You can also find the application on the Project XL website: www.epa.gov\projectxl

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