This session will highlight three programs within the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water that can be used for financing land conservation projects. The Clean Water State Revolving Fund and the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRFs) are federal-state partnerships that provides states, tribes, territories and communities low-cost financing for a wide range of projects that result in the protection or restoration of surface water. Land conservation projects are eligible for funding because they protect the quality of water sources and lessen the need for wastewater treatment through traditional methods. In this workshop, EPA will provide an overview of the SRFs, discuss borrower and project eligibilities for land purchases, and provide case study examples. Under EPA’s Clean Water Act Section (§) 319 Nonpoint Source Management grant program, EPA works with partners to address water pollution and to protect and restore waterbodies by managing the areas of land draining to them in a watershed approach. EPA will discuss this program and how to access funds through the development of a watershed plan. Lastly, this session will discuss the funding available through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). With the injection of $43 billion over the next five years, the SRFs have the opportunity to dramatically increase financing for eligible projects including land conservation and other nature-based solutions. This session will provide a break-down of the portion of BIL water infrastructure dollars that will flow through the SRFs and which can be used for land conservation and to assist disadvantaged communities.