Calling all Texas coastal communities!

Is your community interested in:

Increasing engagement between stakeholders and community members?

Developing a Sustainability Action Plan?

Leveraging grant opportunities from the EPA, NSF, HGAC, or other private or federal institutions? 

If your community is interested in promoting economic growth while enhancing its quality of life, eSPARC is ready to assist! eSPARC can help you identify funding opportunities that align with your goals, prepare your grant application, and provide the technical support to tailor and implement an environmental program or project. See current grant opportunity below and contact us for more information. 

About eSPARC

CAMS eSPARC, LLC is a privately held company, headquarted in Houston, Texas. Our team of skilled engineers and scientists, legal professionals, and environmental policy experts deliver strategies for sustainable community development and environmental services. With the goal of providing value-added and cost-efficient solutions, eSPARC aims to work closely with local communities to help them face challenges and develop effective solutions. Learn more about eSPARC sustainability and grant writing services


An upcoming grant opportunity through the EPA: $10 Million Grant Program to Build Healthy, Resilient Coastal Communities. 

The Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation are committing $10 million to enhancing coastal community resilience. This new funding opportunity for municipalities is a broad call for scientifically-sound research and practice projects that will develop information, test strategies, and provide evidence that can be used by communities to enhance their resilience to the adverse impacts of climate change, severe weather, and major environmental disasters in ways that also improve well-being. Learn more about the grant here.

Required letters of intent are due October 5, 2016.

Full Proposals are due December 14, 2016.

Contact eSPARC here by September 10, 2016 if your community is interested in applying for this grant opportunity. 

Interested in learning about other grant opportunities? Contact us to find the right program to fit your community‚Äôs needs.