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Travel Grants

Travel & Registration Grant recipients – you should have received an email on 5/9/18 with the paperwork you need to submit to receive your grant.  If you do not have this information, or if you have any questions, please contact us at .


Update 4/18/18: Thank you to everyone who submitted an application for a travel or registration grant.  The application process is now closed and final notifications of grant awards will be sent out shortly.  We look forward to seeing you in Manchester.


Registration Grant Applications

We are pleased to offer new registration grant funds to enable participants to apply for a grant to cover conference registration costs up to $345 to participate in the 2018 Local Solutions: Eastern Regional Climate Preparedness Conference, to be held in Manchester, NH, April 30-May 2, 2018.

How may the registration grant funds be used?

Awardees may use these grant funds to cover actual registration costs for the conference, up to $345.

How will the registration grant be awarded?

Registration grant applications will be reviewed and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, until all grants funds have been awarded.  Registration grant funds will be provided after the conference based on provision of receipts for actual conference registration expenses up to $345. Those awarded registration grants will be provided a reimbursement form to be used for accessing the award. The deadline for submission of the reimbursement form, with all receipts, is May 18, 2018.

How to apply for a registrant grant?

Complete each section of this form (contact information and three questions), and submit (pages 2 and 3) by email to Terri Downing at .

 

Vermont Travel Grant Application

We are pleased to offer travel grant funds to enable local government decision makers, community-based engaged residents, and others from Vermont to participate in the 2018 Local Solutions: Eastern Regional Climate Preparedness Conference, to be held in Manchester, NH, April 30-May 2, 2018.

How may the travel grant funds be used?

Awardees may use travel grant funds for expenses related to the Local Solutions conference – registration, lodging at the conference hotel (using the Manchester Downtown Hotel group rate), and travel (e.g., bus fare, mileage, tolls, parking).

Who is eligible for a travel grant?

Travel grants to leaders and residents from Vermont will be awarded with preference to these categories:

How will the travel grant be awarded?

Travel grant applications will be reviewed and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, until all travel grants funds have been awarded.  Travel grant funds will be provided after the conference based on provision of receipts for actual conference expenses up to $500. Those awarded travel grants will be provided a reimbursement form to be used for accessing the award. The deadline for submission of the reimbursement form, with all receipts, is May 18, 2018.

How to apply for a travel grant?

Complete each section of this form (contact information and three questions), and submit (pages 2 and 3) by email to Terri Downing at .

Maryland Travel Grant Application

We are pleased to offer travel grant funds to enable local leaders and residents from Maryland as well as Maryland’s Commission on Climate Change to participate in the 2018 Local Solutions: Eastern Regional Climate Preparedness Conference, to be held in Manchester, NH, April 30-May 2, 2018.

How may the travel grant funds be used?

Awardees may use travel grant funds up to $1,000 for expenses related to the Local Solutions conference – registration, lodging at the conference hotel (using the Manchester Downtown Hotel group rate), and travel (e.g., mileage, tolls, parking).

Who is eligible for a travel grant?

Travel grants to leaders and residents from Maryland will be awarded with preference to these categories:

How will the travel grant be awarded?

Travel grant applications will be reviewed and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, until all travel grants funds have been awarded. Travel grant funds will be provided after the conference based on provision of receipts for actual conference expenses up to $1,000.  Those awarded travel grants will be provided a reimbursement form to be used for accessing the award. The deadline for submission of the reimbursement form is May 18, 2018.

How to apply for a travel grant?

Complete each section of this form (contact information and three questions), and submit (pages 2 and 3) by email to Terri Downing at

Questions?

Contact Terri Downing at .

 

 

 

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