The Tribal Climate Resilience Annual Awards Program provides competitive funding to federally-recognized Tribes and Tribal organizations to build climate resilience capacity.
The Tribal Climate Resilience Annual Awards Program supports both planning and implementation projects, including for climate adaptation planning, community-led relocation, managed retreat (ie, partial relocation), protect-in-place efforts, ocean and coastal management, as well as for habitat restoration and adaptation.
Approximately $120 million in funding will be available for Tribes and tribal organizations to address the unique impacts of climate change affecting vulnerable tribal communities.
Visit the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ Tribal Climate Resilience Annual Awards Program page for information on how to apply as well as grant writing workshops and an FAQ webinar from August.
Application deadline is October 13.