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(This is page 27 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Eligible applicants-- Government agencies Idaho Office of Energy, Projects to conserve http://energy.idaho.gov/finan Low interest loans Continuous Complete loan Energy emissions energy through use of cialassistance/d/Renewable_ program application process Resources, renewable resources Criteria_Feb_5_08.pdf Interest rate--4% and initiate project Renewable Loan application within 90 days of Eligible technologies http://energy.idaho.gov/finan Maximum loan-- submitted by Resource Loan $100,000 for approval Program include: cialassistance/energyloans. mail application htm government Photovoltaic (Solar) buildings, except for Loan must be photovoltaic (solar), secured with Hydro with maximum of collateral Wind $15,000 Repayment in five Geothermal years or less Biomass Renewable resource cogeneration projects eligible if all generated power is used by producer Eligibility includes new construction of government buildings Idaho Department of Water Projects to reduce http://www.deq.idaho.gov/ Grants April 12-- Submittal of pre- Environmental quality storm water runoff water/data_reports/surface_ application and application Quality, 319 water/nps/preapplication_ 40% local match pre-application recommended NPS announcement_10.pdf forms available management Applicants must sub-grants http://www.deq.idaho.gov/ May 9-- present proposal to Applications/319G/ deadline for pre- local Basin applications Advisory Group (optional) Limits on August 2-- administrative and applications due indirect costs--if limits exceeded January--Notice application must be of funding status revised May--Notice of fund availability Applications can 57 be filed (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 28 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 58 Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes electronically or on paper Data on electronic pre- applications will automatically transfer to applications Idaho Department of Wildlife Projects to meet http://fishandgame.idaho.gov Grants No specific Projects must Fish and Game and habitat conservation needs of /cms/wildlife/grants/guidelin application comply with NEPA State Wildlife conserva- species at risk. es.cfm deadlines and Endangered Grants tion Emphasis on Species Act and traditionally under- Karla Drewsen 208-334- other federal funded species and 2920; requirements species of greatest karla.drewsen@idfg.idaho. conservation need gov (SGCN) Eligible projects include those that: Benefit SGCNs Benefit SGCN habitat Provide data on species status and distribution Idaho Soil and Watershed Projects that address: http://www.scc.idaho.gov/PDF Low interest loans February-- Loans must be Water protection, /SRF Policy--Revised Grant applications secured by Conservation restoration Public health hazards program06.06.pdf Interest rate--4% initiated collateral-- Commission or emergencies is current rate preferably land on (SWC), State http://www.scc.idaho.gov/ Applications which project is Watershed protection programs.htm Minimum loan-- subject to Revolving or restoration $500,000 located Fund (SRF) review by Idaho loans Protection of DEQ before Recipient must established beneficial action by SWC commence project uses and start drawing funds within one Eligible applicants-- year of loan Any legal entity commitment Default rate of 18% for late payments (Table 2 continued on the next page)