NEIWPCC, in cooperation with Long Island Sound Study and its partners including the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, is inviting proposals for the continued development of the Long Island Sound best management practice (BMP) tracking tool. The project will advance the tracking and reporting of a nonpoint source and stormwater BMP tracking tool in the Connecticut portion of the Long Island Sound watershed. The tool will build upon the previous phases of this project while dovetailing with ongoing modeling and tracking projects being completed by others in the Long Island Sound watershed.
Total funding for this work is estimated at $250,000, and the deadline for proposals is noon on Sept. 11, 2023.
For questions regarding submission of proposals, please contact Richard Friesner.