Clean Air Act 103 Grants

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Grants offered to tribes through the Clean Air Act for the control and prevention of air pollution, both ambient and indoor.

About the Award:

This section of the Clean Air Act requires that funding be distributed to groups aiming to study or investigate the causes and prevention of air pollution. Funding has been used for community education and outreach, monitoring studies, training, home assessments and research on health impacts of air quality issues.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Community Outreach and Education, Training, Asthma Home Visits, Energy Audits, Partnership Building, and Pilots Projects

Funding Details:

  • Funding Details dependent on Region.
  • For Region 10:
    • Total FY 2019 Tribal CAA Funding: ~$2,400,000
    • Minimum Grant: ~$25,000
    • Maximum Grant: ~$250,000
Award Type:

Program Highlights:

The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) uses funds from CAA 103 to support its annual Air Quality subaward program. In 2018, the Native Village of Nuiqsut used ANTHC's subaward funds to place CO detectors in community households and collect data on peak exposure levels. [source]

Typical Application Period: Dependent on Region


Dependent on Region - Check with local contact

last modified: 2019-09-11 09:56:10