Nebraska Environmental Trust sees increase in grant applications

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Posted: Thursday, November 28, 2013 12:00 am

LINCOLN — A Nebraska agency that awards grants for environmental projects is seeing a record number of requests as federal and state funding sources dwindle.

The Nebraska Environmental Trust has received 125 new applications this year, up from 110 in each of the previous two years. The applicants are asking for a combined $66 million, the largest request the trust has ever received, said Mark Brohman, the trust’s executive director.

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