CONTAMINATED ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT LANDS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Due: Dec 31, 2024
The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) of 1971 included the transfer of 44 million acres to Alaska Native regional and village corporations. Some of these lands became contaminated prior to conveyance (transfer) from a variety of past activities such as fuel storage, power generation, waste handling practices, mining, and other activities. These contaminants can pose health concerns to Alaska Native communities, impact subsistence resources, and impair economic activity. In the fiscal year 2023 omnibus bill, Congress app...
Additional Eligibility Information
See Section II of the Assistance Agreement Program Guidance for eligibility information.
Category of Funding Activity
Estimated Total Program Funding
Grantor Contact Information
Pollution Prevention and Communities Branch, Land Chemicals and Redevelopment Division
Other Grantor Informaiton
Mahri Lowinger Pollution Prevention and Communities Branch, Land Chemicals and Redevelopment Division Email: Lowinger.email@example.com