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66.965: Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Contaminated Land Assistance Agreements

Overview

Program Number
66.965
Status
Active
Last Modified
April 4, 2023
Date Posted
April 4, 2023
Objective
EPA is establishing and implementing a program to assist Alaska tribal entities with addressing contamination on lands conveyed pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.). Contaminated Lands are those lands conveyed by the Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, to Village and Regional Alaska Native Corporations pursuant to ANCSA that, prior to conveyance, were contaminated by the prior federal owner of those lands and/or by agents acting on behalf of the federal government and are on an inventory of such lands developed and maintained by EPA. ANCSA funds may be used to supplement other funds EPA provides to eligible recipients. The objectives of ANCSA Contaminated Lands Assistance Agreements are to provide funding: (1) to characterize, assess, and conduct planning and community involvement activities related to these lands; and (2) to carry out cleanup activities at ANCSA contaminated sites. Funding Priorities - Fiscal Year 2023: Funding will support at least three (3) cooperative agreements (estimated $600,000 in total) that recipients may use to characterize sites and conduct detailed site assessments. Funding will also support at least three (3) cooperative agreements (estimated $3 million in total) to enable eligible entities to begin cleanup of properties.
Applicant Eligibility
Alaska Native Regional Corporations, Alaskan Native Village Corporations, federally-recognized tribes in Alaska, Alaska Native Non-Profit Organizations and Alaska Native Nonprofit Associations, and intertribal consortia comprised of Alaskan tribal entities are eligible to receive funds under this program. EPA will use the standards in 40CFR 35.504 to determine intertribal consortia eligibility.
Beneficiary Eligibility
Alaska Native Regional Corporations, Alaskan Native Village Corporations, federally-recognized tribes in Alaska. Generally, those eligible entities identified above will benefit from the ANCSA contaminated lands grant actions. Specifically, individuals and commercial organizations in communities located near sites addressed will benefit from assessment and cleanup.
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