Clean Water Indiana
The Clean Water Indiana (CWI) Program was established to provide financial assistance to landowners and conservation groups. The financial assistance supports the implementation of conservation practices which will reduce nonpoint sources of water pollution through education, technical assistance, training, and cost sharing programs. The CWI fund is administered by the Division of Soil Conservation under the direction of the State Soil Conservation Board.
The (CWI) Program is responsible for providing local matching funds as well as grants for sediment and nutrient reduction projects through Indiana’s Soil and Water Conservation Districts. CWI also contributes critical state matching funds for Indiana’s Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program, an initiative which utilizes federal funds to encourage landowners to conserve environmentally sensitive land. Furthermore, the (CWI) Program has supported the Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative which focuses on management systems approach to crop production which results in improved soil and water quality as well as profitability on Indiana cropland.
For more information about the Clean Water Indiana Program, please contact:
Clean Water Indiana Program Manager
2018 Clean Water Indiana Grant Information
For 2018, the State Soil Conservation Board (SSCB) voted to hold a grant program focusing on multi-year grants.
The Clean Water Indiana Grants Committee is Ray Chattin, Bob Eddleman, and Nola Gentry.
SWCD Led Proposals
On October 31st, the SSCB voted to fund 14 grant proposals.
2018 Clean Water Indiana Snapshot
2018 Clean Water Indiana Proposals
2018 Clean Water Indiana Funded Projects
2018 Clean Water Indiana Project Themes
Funded Non-SWCD Led Projects
Pathway to Water Quality
Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management (SICIM)
CWI Training Funds
Application for Training Reimbursement for SWCDs
2017 Clean Water Indiana Grants
2016 Clean Water Indiana Grants
2015 Clean Water Indiana Grants
For an archive of Clean Water Indiana grants, click here