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The AARP Community Challenge funds projects that build momentum for local change to improve livability for all residents. In 2017, the AARP Community Challenge awarded 88 grants. 2018 TIMELINE March 21: Launch of the 2018 AARP Community Challenge May 16: Applications are due by 5 pm ET June 25: Winning applicants will be notified by email by this date November 5: All projects must be completed December 3: After Action Reports due  Apr 24, 2018, 9:17 AM Ken Carpenter
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The U.S. DOT is now accepting applications for BUILD Transportation Grants. BUILD (Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development) is a replacement for TIGER, with new criteria and a focus on awarding investments in rural areas—although active transportation and intermodal projects remain eligible. The 2018 round of funding will issue $1.5 billion in grants. Applications are due by July 19.  Apr 24, 2018, 9:22 AM Ken Carpenter
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RTC launched a new grant program in 2015 to support organizations and local governments that are implementing projects to build and improve multi-use trails. Under the Doppelt Family Trail Development Fund, RTC will award approximately $85,000 per year, distributed among several qualifying projects, through a competitive process. The fund was established with an $80,000 grant from Jeff Doppelt of Great Neck, New York, a long-time supporter of RTC and the development of rail-trails in the United States, and an additional $20,000 donation from an anonymous donor.  Mar 29, 2018, 7:44 AM Ken Carpenter
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Equine land access is a serious issue for North Carolina and our trail riding community. In addition, our trails continue to be threatened by closure or decreased in mileage. No one knows better where the priorities are than the local trail associations who, with this grant program, would partner with the NCHC to implement our strategic plans and promote NC as a trail destination state. NC Trail Associations are encouraged to apply for trail grants across the state.  Mar 29, 2018, 7:40 AM Ken Carpenter
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A joint partnership effort between NWSA and the USDA Forest Service, and you! These program funds are provided to trail and stewardship organizations to improve trail maintenance on the National Forest System Trail System.  Mar 29, 2018, 7:50 AM Ken Carpenter
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The RTP is a federal grant program authorized by Congress in 2012 as Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21). The intent of the RTP is to help fund trails and trail-related recreational needs at the State level. Funding for the RTP comes from federal gas taxes paid on non-highway fuel used in off-highway vehicles, and the program is administered at the Federal level by the Federal Highway Administration. The grant cycle and grant application (Form A) will be available from January through March. January: Pre-application (Form A) released February: Last day to submit GMS access authorization form March: Pre-application (Form A) due April: NCTC reviews and recommends final applicants April: Final application (Form B) released July: Final application (Form B) due August: NCTC reviews and recommends final applicants for funding September—October: Awarded projects announced  Mar 29, 2018, 7:37 AM Ken Carpenter
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Projects will be funded based on community involvement and sustainability of trail design. Funding is available for a variety of trail activities. Application must be received by AQHA on or before August 1 to be considered for funding.  Mar 29, 2018, 7:54 AM Ken Carpenter
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