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EPA Requests Applications for $6 Million Grant to Monitor Contaminants in Great Lakes Fish

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U.S. EPA is seeking applications under a GLRI grant program focused on monitoring contaminants in Great Lakes fish. Approximately $6 million is available through the Great Lakes Fish Monitoring and Surveillance Program to fund one project over five years. The deadline for applications is Sept. 21, 2020.
“Tracking the legacy chemicals and chemicals of emerging concern in the fish population is one of the best ways to understand the health of the Great Lakes food-chain,” said EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler. “This monitoring has informed our science for several decades, so the data gathered is critical to future decisions we make on the health of the Lakes.”

Read the full July 27 EPA news release