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Montana Department of Transportation is pleased to announce the following grant opportunities:


  • SFY2021 5311 Public Transportation Operating Grant
  • SFY2021 5310 Provides Capital Grants Coordinated and Non-Coordinated
  • SFY2021 Capital Grants for Rural Public Systems


Deadline is March 2, 2020


If you have any questions please contact Eric Romero at (406) 444-7645 or Adam Kraft at (406) 444-6120.




NOTICE: The Montana Grants and Loans WebGrants System will be down for maintenance this upcoming weekend, Saturday, December 7 and Sunday, December 8.

The system will be unavailable during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience. If you have questions, or require assistance or accommodation, please contact the WebGrants administrator by emailing Thank you for your patience.






 Montana Department of Agriculture

Noxious Weed Trust Fund Grants

Now Accepting Grant Applications - Apply by January 6, 2020

Local Cooperative . Research . Education/Development Projects

Additional Information:





The Montana Department of Commerce is now accepting applications for Big Sky Economic Development Trust Fund (BSTF) - Job Creation and Planning Projects until December 18, 2019.

Contact BSTF staff with any questions on this program: 841-2250




The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is now accepting applications for Renewable Resource Planning Grants  planning grant opportunities until January 31, 2020.


Contact DNRC with any questions on this opportunity: 444-6667





Incumbent Worker Training is accepting applications

for the current year's funding. 

Applications will be awarded as funding allows, based on eligibility and date submitted. 

Questions about this program may be directed to 406-444-3351.


Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks

Wildlife Habitat Improvement Program (WHIP)

Application Period Now Open for the 2020 Funding Cycle

To qualify for funding, projects must:

  • Enhance ecolologically important wildlife habitat through control or management of noxious weeds that directly threaten habitat functions;
  • Use a landscape scale approach;
  • Have a reasonable probability of treatment effectiveness; and,
  • Include a minimum 25 percent non-federal cash match

Applications must be submitted online through Web Grants and can be found at

Deadline to submit is 5:00 p.m. on November 18, 2019

For information on the program or questions regarding the application process, contact Kim Antonick, WHIP Coordinator, at or (406) 444-7291

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