Water Resources Research Act Program
The Water Resources Research Act Program is a Federal-State partnership that plans, facilitates, and conducts research that helps resolve State and regional water problems; promotes technology transfer; promotes dissemination and application of research; trains scientists through participation in research; and awards competitive grants under the Water Resources Research Act.
There are 54 Water Resources Research Institutes or Centers, one in each of the 50 states as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam.
Current Notices of Funding Opportunity
The Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Base Grant (104b) funding announcement was posted February 25, 2022. The Fiscal Year 2022 National Competitive (104g), Aquatic Invasive Species (104g), and Per-and Polyfluoroalky Substances (104g) Grant funding announcements were posted March 15, 2022. See the links below to access the announcements on grants.gov.