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North Dakota Rural Community Grant (RCG) FundAgriBankThe North Dakota Rural Community Grant (RCG) Fund supports projects and programs in rural communities in western North Dakota to facilitate infrastructure improvement and/or development initiatives encompassing housing projects; health, safety and environmental programs; medical facilities; educational programs; and more.Project must be located in rural communities in western North Dakota. Apply for the funding at this web address: (https://webportalapp.com/sp/login/rcgf_submission).https://info.agribank.com/communityinvolvement/rcgf/Pages/default.aspxGrants up to $50,000 are available.
(651) 282-8800 AgriBank Fill out this form to contact the organization: (https://info.agribank.com/communityinvolvement/rcgf/Pages/Ask-a-Question.aspx) 30 East 7th Street Suite 1600 St. Paul, MN, 55101
(651) 282-8800AgriBankFill out this form to contact the organization: (https://info.agribank.com/communityinvolvement/rcgf/Pages/Ask-a-Question.aspx)30 East 7th StreetSuite 1600St. PaulMN55101
Alabama Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) ProgramAlabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA)Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds may be utilized to address a wide variety of community needs, including construction or renovation of various infrastructure projects such as water, wastewater, and solid waste facilities, streets, and drainage improvement projects. The funds must be used for activities that either benefit low- and moderate-income persons or address community development needs that have a particular urgency.Application procedure workshops typically begin in April. The deadline for applications is typically in July. Please go to (https://adeca.alabama.gov/cdbg/cdbg-application-manual/) for additional information. Applications can be accessed through the website.https://adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/ced/cdp/Pages/CDBG.aspxThe Small City Fund has a ceiling of $400,000. The Large City Fund and County Fund both have ceilings of $500,000.
Shabbir Olia shabbir.olia@adeca.alabama.gov (334) 242-5468 Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) PO Box 5690 Montgomery, AL, 36103
Shabbir Oliashabbir.olia@adeca.alabama.gov(334) 242-5468Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA)PO Box 5690MontgomeryAL36103
Alabama Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Area Development FundAlabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA)The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) awards grants and contracts from funds appropriated to the Commission annually by Congress. Program grants are awarded to state and local agencies and governmental entities (such as economic development authorities), local governing boards (such as county councils), and nonprofit organizations (such as schools and organizations that build low-cost housing). ARC provides funds for basic infrastructure services, including water and sewer facilities, that enhance economic development opportunities or address serious health issues for residential customers.Pre-applications are taken the entire month of August. Pre-application guidelines and other documents are available here: (https://adeca.alabama.gov/arc/arc-application-information/)http://www.adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/ced/Pages/Appalachian-Regional-Commission.aspxThe usual maximum Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) funding per project is $200,000.
Crystal G. Talley crystal.davis@adeca.alabama.gov (334) 353-2630 Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) 401 Adams Avenue Suite 592 Montgomery, AL, 36103-5690
Crystal G. Talleycrystal.davis@adeca.alabama.gov(334) 353-2630Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA)401 Adams AvenueSuite 592MontgomeryAL36103-5690
Alabama Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)Alabama's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) is designed to be a perpetual source of low-cost financial assistance for the construction of public water supply facilities needed to meet compliance standards and clean water requirements.Projects must apply to be on the annual priority list by submitting an Intended Use Plan (IUP). The pre-application form is available online at (https://adem.alabama.gov/programs/water/srfreports/FY2022CWSRFBILIUP.pdf). ADEM will evaluate the pre-applications according to the integrated priority system. All projects that score above the funding line will be invited to submit full applications. Upon final review and approval, loans will close typically within six months. Contact your state office for more information.https://adem.alabama.gov/programs/water/srf.cntIn FY22, ADEM distributed $21.9 million in project assistance. The Fund offered loans for up to 100 percent of allowable project costs for the construction of water treatment and distribution facilities and offered a range of options regarding the term, interest rate and level of loan funding.
James Dailey jwd@adem.state.al.us (334) 271-7913 Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) srf@adem.alabama.gov PO Box 301463 Montgomery, AL, 36130
James Daileyjwd@adem.state.al.us(334) 271-7913Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)srf@adem.alabama.govPO Box 301463MontgomeryAL36130
Alabama Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)Alabama's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) is designed to be a perpetual source of low-cost financial assistance for the construction of public water supply facilities needed to meet compliance standards and public health requirements.Projects must apply to be on the annual priority list by submitting an Intended Use Plan (IUP). The pre-application form is available online at (https://adem.alabama.gov/programs/water/srfreports/FY2022DWSRFBILIUP.pdf). ADEM will evaluate the pre-applications according to the integrated priority system. All projects that score above the funding line will be invited to submit full applications. Upon final review and approval, loans will close typically within six months. Contact your state office for more information.http://adem.alabama.gov/programs/water/srf.cntIn FY22, ADEM planned to distribute $42.7 million in project assistance. The Fund may offer loans for up to 100 percent of allowable project costs for the construction of water treatment and distribution facilities and may offer a range of options regarding the term, interest rate and level of loan funding.
James Dailey jwd@adem.state.al.us (334) 271-7913 Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) srf@adem.alabama.gov PO Box 301463 Montgomery, AL, 36130
James Daileyjwd@adem.state.al.us(334) 271-7913Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)srf@adem.alabama.govPO Box 301463MontgomeryAL36130
Alabama Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management GrantAlabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)Alabama Nonpoint Source (NPS) Implementation Grants fund projects in support of Alabama's Nonpoint Source Management Program. Funding is distributed via a competitive process to projects that will lead to direct reductions in pollutant loads and measurable water quality improvements.State agencies, local governmental units, non-profit organizations, and public institutions with an active registration in the System for Award Management are eligible to apply for a subaward for projects that relate to implementation of nonpoint source pollution prevention or reduction. To apply, individuals must participate in a pre-application consultation and use the current application and guidelines.http://adem.alabama.gov/programs/water/nps/319grant.cntFunding levels vary based on scope of the project.
Susan Summerlin susan.summerlin@adem.alabama.gov (334) 394-4354 Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) npsmail@adem.alabama.gov PO Box 301463 Montgomery, AL, 36130
Susan Summerlinsusan.summerlin@adem.alabama.gov(334) 394-4354Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)npsmail@adem.alabama.govPO Box 301463MontgomeryAL36130
Alameda County Community Stewardship GrantsAlameda Countywide Clean Water ProgramThe Program encourages and facilitates grassroots community actions that enhance and protect the health of local watersheds, creeks, and the San Francisco Bay. Proposed projects must be aimed at reducing pollutants that enter the storm drain system and end up in waterways such as litter, garden chemicals, automotive products etc. Projects must also contain a community or public outreach element.Apply online (Note: The Grants program is currently on hold for 2023 but looking to restart in 2024.)https://cleanwaterprogram.org/grants/Funding range of $500 - $5,000 per project.
Juliana Gonzalez juliana@thewatershedproject.org (510) 665-3430 Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program 1327 South 46th Street Building 155 Richmond, CA, 94804
Juliana Gonzalezjuliana@thewatershedproject.org(510) 665-3430Alameda Countywide Clean Water Program1327 South 46th StreetBuilding 155RichmondCA94804
Alaska Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) ProgramAlaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development - Division of Community and Regional Affairs (DCCED-DCRA)Alaska Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds may be utilized to address a wide variety of community needs, including construction or renovation of various infrastructure projects such as water, wastewater, and solid waste facilities, streets, and flood control projects. The funds must be used for activities that either benefit low- and moderate-income persons or address community development needs that have a particular urgency.Each applicant is expected to consult with Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program staff about project eligibility and structure prior to submission of an application. Please see the application handbook online for full application details. Applications can be accessed online at (https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/Portals/4/pub/CDBG/CDBG%20FFY2023/FFY%202023%20CDBG%20Application.pdf).https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/dcra/GrantsSection/CommunityDevelopmentBlockGrants.aspxCommunity Development Block Grant (CDBG) competitive grants are single-purpose project grants; maximum of $850, 000 per community. Approximately $2.5 million is available for competitive grants for the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 23 grant cycle.
Pauletta Bourne pauletta.bourne@alaska.gov (907) 451-2721 Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development - Division of Community and Regional Affairs (ADCCED-DCRA) 550 W 7th Avenue Suite 1650 Anchorage, AK, 99501
Pauletta Bournepauletta.bourne@alaska.gov(907) 451-2721Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development - Division of Community and Regional Affairs (ADCCED-DCRA)550 W 7th AvenueSuite 1650AnchorageAK99501
Alaska Department of Education Capital Improvement Project (CIP)Alaska Department of Education (ADE)The Alaska Department of Education offers funding to qualified school districts for renovations. Criteria for preferred selection are based on Alaskan statues AS 14.11 and 4 AAC 31, which can be found on the organization's website.Interested applicants must submit proposals before September 1st of each year to be considered. Visit the website for application materials.https://education.alaska.gov/facilities/facilitiescipFunding level is based on eligible project costs to be covered. Historical funding amounts approach $50,000,000.
Stephanie Allison stephanie.allison@alaska.gov (907) 465-8696 Alaska Department of Education (ADE) PO Box 110500 Juneau, AK, 99811-0500
Stephanie Allisonstephanie.allison@alaska.gov(907) 465-8696Alaska Department of Education (ADE)PO Box 110500JuneauAK99811-0500
Alaska Drinking Water Fund (ADWF)Alaska Department of Environmental ConservationThe purpose of Alaska Drinking Water Fund (ADWF) is to make low interest loans available to Alaskan municipalities and other qualified entities for financing drinking water quality related projects. Alaska's version of Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF).Projects must apply to be on the annual priority list by submitting an Intended Use Plan(IUP). Application guidelines can be accessed online. Contact your state office for more information.https://dec.alaska.gov/water/technical-assistance-and-financing/state-revolving-fund/loan-overview$25 Million available for FY24.
Carrie Bohan Carrie.Bohan@alaska.gov (907) 465-5143 Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation 555 Cordova Street Anchorage, AK, 99501-2617
Carrie BohanCarrie.Bohan@alaska.gov(907) 465-5143Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation555 Cordova StreetAnchorageAK99501-2617
Missouri Alternative Capital for Community ImpactAltCapThe Missouri Alternative Capital for Community Impact provides loan capital for small businesses in Kansas City, Missouri.The Missouri Alternative Capital for Community Impact is available for small businesses in the Kansas City Region. Applications can be started at this link: (https://www.alt-cap.org/apply-for-a-loan).https://www.alt-cap.org/$5,000 to $250,000
Kesi Milligan kesi@altcap.org (816) 269-7809 AltCap info@altcap.org 3200 Wayne Avenue Kansas City, MO, 64109
Kesi Milligankesi@altcap.org(816) 269-7809AltCapinfo@altcap.org3200 Wayne AvenueKansas CityMO64109
American Indian Chamber of Commerce Wisconsin (AICCW) First American Capital Corporation (FACC) LoansAmerican Indian Chamber of Commerce Wisconsin (AICCW) First American Capital Corporation (FACC)The American Indian Chamber of Commerce Wisconsin (AICCW) First American Capital Corporation (FACC) Loans program provides loans for a variety of spending categories, including the purchase of equipment, machinery, and fixtures used for small businesses.Eligible applicants must be Native American-owned, Tribal-owned, other minority-owned, and individuals and businesses in Wisconsin. The Loan Application process starts with a phone call to First American Capital Corporation. Ask to speak with a Loan Officer to discuss your project.https://www.aiccw-facc.org/business-loansLoan Min: $5,000. Loan Max: $250,000.
Clarissa Reyes clarissa@aiccw-faccw.org (414) 604-2044 American Indian Chamber of Commerce Wisconsin (AICCW) First American Capital Corporation (FACC) beverly@aiccw-facc.org 10710 West Scharles Ave Hales Corners, WI, 53130
Clarissa Reyesclarissa@aiccw-faccw.org(414) 604-2044American Indian Chamber of Commerce Wisconsin (AICCW) First American Capital Corporation (FACC)beverly@aiccw-facc.org10710 West Scharles AveHales CornersWI53130
American Water Environmental Grant ProgramAmerican WaterThe American Water Environmental Grant Program offers funding for innovative, community-based environmental projects that improve, restore or protect the watersheds, surface water and groundwater supplies in local communities.The 2023 deadline to apply was March 31st but keep a look out for the 2024 application deadline. The application form is on the website.https://www.amwater.com/corp/customers-and-communities/environmental-grant-programMaximum grant amount: $10, 000.
Find the contact information for your state here: (https://www.amwater.com/corp/contact-us) (856) 955-4001 American Water 1 Water Street Camden, NJ, 08102
Find the contact information for your state here: (https://www.amwater.com/corp/contact-us)(856) 955-4001American Water1 Water StreetCamdenNJ08102
Anne Arundel County Watershed RestorationAnne Arundel County Bureau of Watershed ProtectionThe Anne Arundel County Government and the Chesapeake Bay Trust provide a grant program to support watershed restoration projects and programs throughout Anne Arundel County, Maryland. This program aims to improve water quality in the County's local streams and waterways, as called for in the County's Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit and Watershed Implementation Plan (WIP), which require reductions in storm flow volume and pollutants entering the County's waterways. Please note: Applicants must contact the Trust to arrange a site visit between Trust and funding partner staff before applying for funding.The Chesapeake Bay Trust's grant applications are all submitted through an online system. See the RFP here: (https://cbtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/AA-Co-WPRP-FY22-RFP_Final_10Nov22.docx).https://cbtrust.org/anne-arundel-county-watershed-restoration/$15,000 to $300,000. Larger awards are possible with prior approval from the Trust. Match is encouraged but is not required. Preference will be given to projects with cash match and/or in-kind services.
Sarah Koser skoser@cbtrust.org (410) 974-2941 ext .106 Anne Arundel County info@cbtrust.org 108 Severn Avenue Annapolis, MD, 21403
Sarah Koserskoser@cbtrust.org(410) 974-2941 ext .106Anne Arundel Countyinfo@cbtrust.org108 Severn AvenueAnnapolisMD21403
Arkansas Unpaved Roads ProgramArkansas Department of Agriculture (ADA)The Arkansas Unpaved Roads Program funds safe, efficient, and environmentally sound projects for the maintenance of dirt and gravel roads, provide training to road maintenance professionals on techniques of dirt and gravel road maintenance that minimize negative impacts to water and air quality, and conduct demonstrations of new and innovative techniques of dirt and gravel road construction and maintenance.Only projects that provide some form of environmental benefit, typically by reducing sediment and concentrated drainage to waterways, will be considered for funding. Grant applications are due March 1st of each year to be eligible for the current year's funding and be accessed online.https://www.agriculture.arkansas.gov/natural-resources/divisions/water-management/arkansas-unpaved-roads-program/Applicants with an eligible project may apply for up to $75, 000.
Kevin McGaughey McGaughey@agriculture.arkansas.gov (501) 682-3908 Arkansas Department of Agriculture (ADA) info@agriculture.arkansas.gov 101 East Capitol Suite 350 Little Rock, AR, 72201
Kevin McGaugheyMcGaughey@agriculture.arkansas.gov(501) 682-3908Arkansas Department of Agriculture (ADA)info@agriculture.arkansas.gov101 East CapitolSuite 350Little RockAR72201
Arkansas Water Development Division ProgramsArkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC)Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC) has available funding for water and wastewater projects from both State and Federal programs. Each of these programs has its own requirements and limitations.Each applicant fills out a general Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC) application form and ANRC staff will determine which program best fits the community's needs. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; check the website for detailed instructions on how to begin the application process.https://www.agriculture.arkansas.gov/natural-resources/divisions/water-development/ANRC has funded projects for $5,000 up to $50,000,000.
Leah Johannes Leah.M.Johannes@agriculture.arkansas.gov (501) 682-0548 Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC) 10421 West Markham St. Little Rock, AR, 72205
Leah JohannesLeah.M.Johannes@agriculture.arkansas.gov(501) 682-0548Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC)10421 West Markham St.Little RockAR72205
Arkansas Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (NRC)The overall program is named the Safe Drinking Water Fund (SDWF). The SDWF is made up of two programs which are the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program and the State Set-Aside Fund (SSAF) program. The SSAF Program will use the funds to provide Small Systems Technical Assistance, State Program Management, Local Assistance and Administration Funds. Funding is available for drinking water programs.Projects must apply to be on the annual priority list by submitting an Intended Use Plan (IUP). Applications can be found online. Contact your state office for more information.https://www.agriculture.arkansas.gov/natural-resources/divisions/water-development/Past funding ranges from $700,000 to $11,000,000.
Debby Dickson debra.dickson@arkansas.gov (501) 682-0548 Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (NRC) info@agriculture.arkansas.gov 10421 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR, 72205
Debby Dicksondebra.dickson@arkansas.gov(501) 682-0548Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (NRC)info@agriculture.arkansas.gov10421 West Markham StreetLittle RockAR72205
Arkansas Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (NRC)Arkansas Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) provides low interest loans for wastewater programs. Objectives are to hasten wastewater treatment facility construction in order to meet the enforceable requirements of the CWA, emphasize nonpoint source pollution control and the protection of estuaries, and facilitate the establishment of permanent institutions in each State that would provide continuing sources of financing needed to maintain water quality.Projects must apply to be on the annual priority list by submitting an Intended Use Plan (IUP). Applications can be found online. Contact your state office for more informationhttps://www.anrc.arkansas.gov/divisions/water-resources-developmentPast funding levels range from $160, 000 to $1,600,000.
Debby Dickson debra.dickson@arkansas.gov (501) 682-0548 Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (NRC) 10421 West Markham Street Little Rock, AK, 72205
Debby Dicksondebra.dickson@arkansas.gov(501) 682-0548Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (NRC)10421 West Markham StreetLittle RockAK72205
Ayrshire Foundation: GrantAyrshire FoundationThe Ayrshire Foundation provides grants to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that embrace people, infrastructure, values, practices and policies for organizational success. The Foundation has focused its funding in five areas: Opportunities for Youth; Science and the Environment; Healthcare; Services for the Elderly and Disabled; and Community Culture. Preference is given to organizations located in Southern California and Petoskey/Harbor Springs, Michigan. However, the Foundation welcomes inquiries from other locations.Applications are submitted online and are reviewed at semi-annual board meetings. Applications are due by March 15 for consideration during the April meeting, and September 15 for consideration during the October meeting. Application instructions are available at (http://ayrshirefoundation.org/apply-for-a-grant/overview/) and the application form can be found here: (https://ayrshirefoundation.org/apply-for-a-grant/application/).http://ayrshirefoundation.org/Each year the Ayrshire Foundation awards approximately $500,000 in grants.
(626) 683-8367 info@ayrshirefoundation.org 301 East Colorado Boulevard Suite 840 Pasadena, CA, 91101-1917
(626) 683-8367info@ayrshirefoundation.org301 East Colorado BoulevardSuite 840PasadenaCA91101-1917
North Dakota Community Water Facility Revolving Loan Fund (NDCWF)Bank of North Dakota (BND)Provides financing for community water projects when the project is above the maximum loan limits set by USDA Rural Development (RD). It is also the intent of this program to provide supplemental financing for federal loan programs associated with community water projects. Eligible applicants are cities, associations, cooperatives and corporations operated on a nonprofit basis who have the legal authority to construct, operate and maintain water facilities. This program may be used for community water projects including: locating, conserving, controlling, treating and distributing water (these include reservoirs, dams, canals, wells, pumps, treatment plants, mains, pipelines, and other associated features necessary to supply water); necessary services prior to RD approval; and loans to cover operating expenses of projects when the borrower is unable to pay such expenses.Complete an application for the Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant Program with the USDA office of Rural Development. Applications approved by Rural Development are forwarded to BND for review and approval.https://bnd.nd.gov/infrastructure/community-water-facility-revolving-loan-fund/The maximum lending limit is 50 percent of the total project cost or the remaining available funds in the revolving account.
Contact form: https://bnd.nd.gov/contact/ (701) 328-5795 Bank of North Dakota (BND) 1200 Memorial Highway PO Box 5509 Bismarck, ND, 58504-5509
Contact form: https://bnd.nd.gov/contact/(701) 328-5795Bank of North Dakota (BND)1200 Memorial HighwayPO Box 5509BismarckND58504-5509
Bella Vista Ecosystem Restoration GrantsBella Vista FoundationThe Bella Vista Foundation's Watershed Restoration program focuses on restoration and revitalization of key watershed ecosystems within specific geographic areas in California and Oregon. In California, they will fund projects in the entire Klamath Watershed; and in the Sierra Nevada, the Truckee River watershed, Yuba/Bear/American rivers, and the North Fork Feather River watershed; and in Oregon, the upper Deschutes Basin and the upper John Day Basin.See the "How to Apply" box for new applicants or the "How to Reapply" box for returning applicants at the bottom of this page:(https://www.bellavistafoundation.org/program-areas/watershed-restoration/)https://www.bellavistafoundation.org/for-grantseekers/The Bella Vista Foundation grants roughly $4 million annually. Historic loan maximum of $120,000.
Araceli Ayala aayala@pfs-llc.net (415) 561-6540 Bella Vista Foundation 1660 Bush Street Suite 300 San Francisco, CA, 94109
Araceli Ayalaaayala@pfs-llc.net(415) 561-6540Bella Vista Foundation1660 Bush StreetSuite 300San FranciscoCA94109
Ben & Jerry's Foundation GrantsBen & Jerry's FoundationThe Ben & Jerry's Foundation offers competitive grants to not-for-profit, grassroots organizations throughout the United States which facilitate progressive social change by addressing the underlying conditions of societal and environmental problems.When the application process is open; review the eligibility requirements, take the eligibility questionnaire, create an account, fill out the pre-application, and complete an application.https://benandjerrysfoundation.org/national-grants/The National Grassroots Organizing Program offers two-year flexible, general operating support grants of up to $30,000 per year, with an average grant size of $20,000 per year, to small, non-profit grassroots constituent-led organizations throughout the United States and its territories and that are not located in the state of Vermont.
Dana Jeffery (802) 846-1500 info@benandjerrysfoundation.org 30 Community Drive South Burlington, VT, 5403
Dana Jeffery(802) 846-1500info@benandjerrysfoundation.org30 Community DriveSouth BurlingtonVT5403
Forestry on Indian LandsBureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)This Forestry on Indian Lands program is intended to maintain, protect, enhance, and develop Indian forest resources through the execution of forest management activities, including reforestation and commercial forest stand improvement, timber sales management, forest inventories and plans, forest program management and administration, and forest protection activities.This is not a program that can be applied for, but tribes are automatically eligible. Contact your regional coordinator or tribal agency. A request can be made to the agency or the region. If they are a self governance tribe, they have to contact the EPA region office. Regional office information is available here: https://www.bia.gov/regional-offices.https://www.bia.gov/Money is distributed by formula for regions and it is for commercial development. Average awards range from approximately $100, 000 to $1 million
(202) 208-5116 U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) 1849 C Street, NW MS-4606-MIB Washington, DC, 20240
(202) 208-5116U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)1849 C Street, NWMS-4606-MIBWashingtonDC20240
Desalination and Water Purification Research ProgramBureau of ReclamationThe goal of the Desalination and Water Purification Research Program (DWPR) is to increase water supplies by reducing the cost, energy consumption, and environmental impacts of treating impaired and otherwise unusable waters. See Notice of Funding document under "Related Documents" on the grant application page to see what types of projects can be funded.Application deadline 11/15/2023. Check back in 2024 for updated application information.https://www.usbr.gov/research/dwpr/FY24 estimated program total funding was $2,000,000 and the award ceiling was $800,000.
Christina Munoz bor-sha-fafoa@usbr.gov Bureau of Reclamation Bureau of Reclamation 1849 C Street NW Washington, DC, 20240
Christina Munozbor-sha-fafoa@usbr.govBureau of ReclamationBureau of Reclamation1849 C Street NWWashingtonDC20240
Water Conservation Field Services Program (WCFSP)Bureau of Reclamation (BOR)The Water Conservation Field Services Program (WCFSP) is managed by each of Reclamation's regional offices and implemented at the local level through Reclamation's area offices to address Reclamation-wide water conservation priorities and to meet local goals.Contact the agency before applying.https://www.usbr.gov/waterconservation/Funding is used to make cost-shared financial assistance available on a competitive basis at the area and regional office levels, as well as for technical assistance from Reclamation staff. Funding may be used to develop water conservation plans, identify water management improvements through System Optimization Reviews, design water management improvements, and to improve application of water conservation technologies through demonstration activities.
Sheri Looper slooper@usbr.gov (303) 445-2232 U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) Building 67 (84-51000) PO Box 25007 Denver, CO, 80225
Sheri Looperslooper@usbr.gov(303) 445-2232U.S. Department of Interior (DOI)Building 67 (84-51000)PO Box 25007DenverCO80225
WaterSMART: Basin StudiesBureau of Reclamation (BOR)Basin Studies are collaborative studies, cost-shared with non-Federal partners, to evaluate water supply and demand and help ensure reliable water supplies by identifying strategies to address imbalances in water supply and demand.Apply for funding online. See the "Program Requirements" tab.https://www.usbr.gov/watersmart/bsp/index.htmlFunding varies.
Stephanie Micek smicek@usbr.gov 303-445-3575 U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) watersmart@usbr.gov Building 67 (84-51000) PO Box 25007 Denver, CO, 80225
Stephanie Miceksmicek@usbr.gov303-445-3575U.S. Department of Interior (DOI)watersmart@usbr.govBuilding 67 (84-51000)PO Box 25007DenverCO80225
Burning Foundation Environmental ProgramsBurning FoundationThe Burning Foundation Environmental Program funds organizations addressing environmental issues mainly in Washington and Oregon although organizations from other regions may apply if their projects will take place in the Pacific Northwest. Priority projects include local groups working to improve habitats in their immediate area and statewide groups addressing general habitat conservation and protection.Apply online. To apply during the spring cycle letters of interest are due the last Friday of March while full proposals are due the first Wednesday of May. To apply during the Fall cycle letters of interest are due the last Friday of September, and full proposals are due the first Wednesday of November. Apply at this link:(https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=burning)http://fdnweb.org/burning/areas-of-interest/Grants range from $5,000 to $15,000. Approximately $650,000 is granted each year.
Sybil Ackerman-Munson grant-management@burningfoundation.org (503) 419-8454 Burning Foundation burningfoundation@gmail.com 715 SW Morrison Street Suite 901 Portland, OR, 97205
Sybil Ackerman-Munsongrant-management@burningfoundation.org(503) 419-8454Burning Foundationburningfoundation@gmail.com715 SW Morrison StreetSuite 901PortlandOR97205
Oregon Special Public Works Fund (SPWF)Business OregonThe Special Public Works Fund (SPWF) provides low-cost financing to eligible municipalities that support economic and community development in Oregon.Applications are accepted year round based on funding availability. Applicants must submit a completed application to Business Oregon. ​​For more details on the application process, please contact your Regional Development Officer. ​https://www.oregon.gov/biz/programs/spwf/pages/default.aspxLoan funding (max $10 million) is available for financing small to large projects with favorable interest rates and terms up to 30 years or the useful life of the project, whichever is less, for most projects. Limited grant funding is available for technical assistance and emergency projects based on financial analysis. Grant funding varies based on type of project.
Becky Baxter becky.baxter@biz.oregon.gov (503) 931-4403 The State of Oregon 775 Summer Street NE, Suite 200 Salem, OR, 97301
Becky Baxterbecky.baxter@biz.oregon.gov(503) 931-4403The State of Oregon775 Summer Street NE,Suite 200SalemOR97301
Oregon Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) ProgramBusiness Oregon (BO)Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds may be utilized to address a wide variety of community needs, including construction or renovation of various infrastructure projects such as water, wastewater, and solid waste facilities, streets, and flood control projects. The funds must be used for activities that either benefit low- and moderate-income persons or address community development needs that have a particular urgency.​​Business Oregon reviews applications on an annual basis until all funds available for the year have been obligated. ​Business Oregon must be contacted prior to submitting an application. Contact your Regional Project Manager​ to develop a project concept and complete a pre-application form. If a proposed project meets funding criteria and funds are available, an application will be invited and a provided form will need to be completed and submitted by the application deadline. Completed forms must be submitted by 5:00 pm on the last day of the application period. Application period dates can be found on the website.https://www.oregon.gov/biz/programs/cdbg/pages/default.aspxFunding amounts are based on the applicant's need, the availability of funds, and other restrictions as defined in the program's guidelines. Maximum grant amount varies by categories as defined on the fund's website but generally they range from $100,000 to $2.5 million.
Fumi Schaadt Fumi.Schaadt@oregon.gov (971) 239-9020 The State of Oregon 775 Summer Street NE Suite 200 Salem, OR, 97301
Fumi SchaadtFumi.Schaadt@oregon.gov(971) 239-9020The State of Oregon775 Summer Street NESuite 200SalemOR97301
California Whale Tail GrantsCalifornia Coastal CommissionThe California Whale Tail Grants Program will fund projects that fall into any one of the following three categories: 1) shoreline cleanup and enhancement programs(such as Adopt-A-Beach); 2) youth education programs; 3) programs for educating the general public. In addition, applicants have the option to request funding under two special subcategories: a) projects addressing climate change as it relates to the ocean or coastline; and b) grants for organizations with annual operating budgets of $500,000 or less, that are working with underserved communities.Apply online.https://www.coastal.ca.gov/whaletailgrant/index.htmlThe maximum grant is $50,000. There's no minimum grant amount. At least 25% of the grants recommended will be for amounts of $20,000 or less. Approximately $2,000,000 will be distributed in this grant cycle.
Annie Kohut Frankel Annie.Frankel@coastal.ca.gov (415) 597-5888 California Coastal Commission COAST4U@coastal.ca.gov 45 Fremont St San Francisco, CA, 94105
Annie Kohut FrankelAnnie.Frankel@coastal.ca.gov(415) 597-5888California Coastal CommissionCOAST4U@coastal.ca.gov45 Fremont StSan FranciscoCA94105
California Landowner Incentive Program (LIP)California Department of Fish and GameThe California Landowner Incentive Program (LIP) is an effort to reverse the decline of at-risk species on private lands in California's Central Valley. This is done by providing monetary incentives and technical assistance to private landowners to enhance and manage the region's three predominant historic habitat types: riparian, wetland, and native grassland.The California Landowner Incentive Program (LIP) now has two phases Phase 1 is designed to promote management of California's newly restored wetland, riparian and native grassland habitats on private lands. Phase 2 actively restores and manages riparian buffers on working agricultural lands. The program is currently accepting applications for both phases. Apply by contacting a local agent here:(https://www.landcan.org/local-resources/California-Landowner-Incentive-Program/9539/)https://wildlife.ca.gov/Lands/CWHP/Private-Lands-Programs/Landowner-Incentive-ProgramPhase 2: Variable Acre-based funding dependent on the crop-type and land lease values.
Brian Olson Brian.Olson@wildlife.ca.gov (916) 445-3486 California Department of Fish and Wildlife 1010 Riverside Pkwy West Sacramento, CA, 95605
Brian OlsonBrian.Olson@wildlife.ca.gov(916) 445-3486California Department of Fish and Wildlife1010 Riverside PkwyWest SacramentoCA95605
California Riverine Stewardship ProgramCalifornia Department of Water ResourcesThe Riverine Stewardship Program, in coordination with the San Joaquin Fish Population Enhancement Program (SJFPEP) and the Urban Streams Restoration Program (USRP), has funding available for planning and implementation of projects that restore streams, creeks, and rivers to enhance the environment for fish, wildlife, and people through one grant cycle.For information on how to apply, follow the directions under, "How to Apply" found here: https://water.ca.gov/Programs/Integrated-Regional-Water-Management/Riverine-Stewardship-Program/Riverine-Stewardship-Grantshttps://water.ca.gov/Programs/Integrated-Regional-Water-Management/Riverine-Stewardship-Program/Riverine-Stewardship-GrantsFunding depends on scope of project.
Amy Bailey Amy.Bailey@water.ca.gov (916) 653-5791 California Department of Water Resources RSP@water.ca.gov 715 P Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
Amy BaileyAmy.Bailey@water.ca.gov(916) 653-5791California Department of Water ResourcesRSP@water.ca.gov715 P StreetSacramentoCA95814
California San Joaquin River Water Quality Grant Program - Proposition 84California Department of Water Resources (DWR)The California San Jaquin River Water Quality Grant Program funds efforts to reduce discharges of agricultural chemicals, etc. into the San Joaquin Delta. Provides funds to implement Delta water quality improvement projects that protect drinking water supplies.Apply online or by contacting the listed contact.https://water.ca.gov/Work-With-Us/Grants-And-Loans/AgDrainage-84The funding level varies based on each applicant and project.
Jesus Mercado Jesus.Mercado@water.ca.gov (559) 230-3327 California Department of Water Resources (DWR) Fill out this form to contact the agency: (https://water.ca.gov/Contact) 715 P Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
Jesus MercadoJesus.Mercado@water.ca.gov(559) 230-3327California Department of Water Resources (DWR)Fill out this form to contact the agency: (https://water.ca.gov/Contact)715 P StreetSacramentoCA95814
California Floodway Corridor Program (FCP) (Prop 1E)California Department of Water Resources (DWR)The Flood Corridor Program (FCP) provides grant funding for flood risk reduction projects with an agricultural and/or environmental benefit. Eligible activities include acquiring rights-of-ways for flood corridors, construction of levees for corridors and bypasses, conservation of agricultural land and wildlife habitat, relocating or flood-proofing structures, and mapping flood hazard areas.Email the agency for application information.https://water.ca.gov/Work-With-Us/Grants-And-Loans/Flood-Corridor-ProgramThe funding levels vary depending on the project.
(916) 653-5791 California Department of Water Resources (DWR) Flood@water.ca.gov 715 P Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
(916) 653-5791California Department of Water Resources (DWR)Flood@water.ca.gov715 P StreetSacramentoCA95814
California Water Recycling Funding Program (WRFP)California Environmental Protection Agency (CAEPA) - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)The California Water Recycling Funding Program (WRFP) promotes the beneficial use of treated municipal wastewater (water recycling) in order to augment fresh water supplies in California by providing technical and financial assistance to agencies and other stakeholders in support of water recycling projects and research. Specific programs include, planning, construction, research, and pilot projects.Planning grant are only eligible to Local Public Agencies. Construction funding may be available to Local Public Agencies, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations qualified to do business in California, public utilities, federally and non-federally recognized Native American tribes on the Native American Heritage Commission's (NAHC) list, and mutual water companies. Applications are accepted on a continuous basis. An online application can be completed and submitted here: https://faast.waterboards.ca.gov.https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/water_recycling/Funding level varies.
Sandeep Kals Sandeep.Kals@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 324-8404 California Environmental Protection Agency (CAEPA)- State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) PO Box 944212 Sacramento, CA, 94244
Sandeep KalsSandeep.Kals@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 324-8404California Environmental Protection Agency (CAEPA)- State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)PO Box 944212SacramentoCA94244
California Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program (DWSRF)California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWRSF) program assists public water systems in financing the cost of drinking water infrastructure projects needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) requirements.Projects must apply to be on the annual priority list by submitting an Intended Use Plan (IUP). Applications are accepted on a continuous basis. Click the "How do I Apply" tab for more application information.http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/drinking_water/services/funding/SRF.shtmlFunding level varies.
Uyen Trinh-Le Uyen.Trinh-Le@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 440-7590 California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) DrinkingWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
Uyen Trinh-LeUyen.Trinh-Le@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 440-7590California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)DrinkingWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I StreetSacramentoCA95814
California Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program (CWSRF)California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program offers low-cost financing for a wide variety of water quality projects. The program has significant financial assets and is capable of financing projects up to $100 million.Applications are accepted on a continuous basis. For application instructions and information visit this website: (https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/srf/srf_forms.html). Contact California Waterboards for more info.http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/srf/index.shtmlThe program has significant financial assets, and is capable of financing projects up to $100 million. Funding level determined by priority, number of applicants, and total CWSRF amount to loan.
Robert Pontureri Robert.Pontureri@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 341-5828 California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) CleanWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street, 17th Floor Sacramento, CA, 95814
Robert PontureriRobert.Pontureri@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 341-5828California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)CleanWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I Street, 17th FloorSacramentoCA95814
California Water or Energy Audit Financial AssistanceCalifornia Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), State Water Resources Control BoardThe purpose of the Water or Energy Audit is to encourage public agencies to take an independent look into their current practices, identify potentially inefficient water or energy use and follow up with a well thought out plan to improve consumption of these valuable resources. The agency is encouraged to study water and energy in the audit, but may focus on one or the other. All audits must be related to projects, facilities, or activities that are otherwise eligible for Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) funding. Agencies may hire consultants to perform the audit, or perform the work with their own staff.Application instructions: (http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/srf/docs/forms/water_energy_audit_application_instructions.pdf).http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/srf/srf_forms.shtmlPrincipal forgiveness may be awarded for 100% of the audit costs, up to a maximum of $35,000.
CleanWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 327-9978 California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Financial Assistance FAAST_ADMIN@waterboards.ca.gov. 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
CleanWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 327-9978California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Financial AssistanceFAAST_ADMIN@waterboards.ca.gov.1001 I StreetSacramentoCA95814
California Infrastructure State Revolving Fund (ISRF)California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank)The Infrastructure State Revolving Fund (ISRF) Program provides financing to public agencies and non-profit corporations sponsored by public agencies for a wide variety of infrastructure and economic development projects (excluding housing).Application materials are located on the website. Potential applicants are encouraged to call before applying.https://www.ibank.ca.gov/loans/infrastructure-loans/ISRF financing is available in amounts ranging from $1 million to $65 million.
Lina Moeller infrastructureloans@ibank.ca.gov (916) 341-6600 California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank) LoanProgram@ibank.ca.gov PO Box 2830 Sacramento, CA, 95812
Lina Moellerinfrastructureloans@ibank.ca.gov(916) 341-6600California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank)LoanProgram@ibank.ca.govPO Box 2830SacramentoCA95812
California Pre-Disaster and Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant ProgramsCalifornia Office of Emergency Services (OES)The California Pre-Disaster and Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant Programs funds plans and programs that reduce the effects of natural disasters.Funds are provided from FEMA to California's Office of Emergency Services. Applications will only be considered based on FEMA-approved methodology to demonstrate cost-effectiveness. NOI must be completed and applicants must have a FEMA approved mitigation plan. See "Completing your Notice of Interest (NOI)" section for link to NOI form.https://www.caloes.ca.gov/cal-oes-divisions/hazard-mitigation/pre-disaster-flood-mitigationFunding varies by project length and scope.
HMA@caloes.ca.gov (916) 224-1892 California Office of Emergency Services (OES) StateInfo@state.ca.gov 3650 Schriever Avenue Mather, CA, 95655
HMA@caloes.ca.gov(916) 224-1892California Office of Emergency Services (OES)StateInfo@state.ca.gov3650 Schriever AvenueMatherCA95655
California Office of Public School Construction - Access Modernization Funding for SchoolsCalifornia Office of Public School ConstructionThis program provides funding to school districts and places an emphasis on projects that educationally enhance school facilities, which could include capital improvement projects related to lead reduction. Projects eligible for this service include modifications such as air conditioning, plumbing, lighting and electrical systems.To determine if your project is eligible, submit an application for eligibility and get feedback from the Office of Public School Construction. Forms can be found on the website.https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OPSC/Services/Page-Content/Office-of-Public-School-Construction-Services-List-Folder/Apply-for-Modernization-FundingTo calculate and confirm eligibility and funding, please refer to the Handbook online. Funding varies based on school size.
(916) 376-1771 California Department of General Services Contact the administrator for your county: (https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OPSC/Contact#@ViewBag.JumpTo) 707 Third Street West Sacramento, CA, 95605
(916) 376-1771California Department of General ServicesContact the administrator for your county: (https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OPSC/Contact#@ViewBag.JumpTo)707 Third StreetWest SacramentoCA95605
Storm Water Grant Program (SWGP)California State Water Resources Control BoardThe purpose of the SWGP is to fund storm water and dry weather runoff projects that best advance the Water Board's policy goals of improving water quality and realizing multiple benefits from the use of storm water and dry weather runoff as a resource.Please reach out to swgp@waterboards.ca.gov for general inquiries.https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/swgp/Varies
Jennifer Toney, P.E Jennifer.Toney@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 319-9436 California State Water Resources Control Board swgp@waterboards.ca.gov PO Box 944212 Sacramento, CA, 94244
Jennifer Toney, P.EJennifer.Toney@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 319-9436California State Water Resources Control Boardswgp@waterboards.ca.govPO Box 944212SacramentoCA94244
Safe and Affordable Funding for Equity and ResilienceCalifornia State Water Resources Control BoardThe Safe and Affordable Funding for Equity and Resilience Program (SAFER) is a set of tools, funding sources, and regulatory authorities designed to ensure that one million Californians who currently lack safe drinking water receive safe & affordable drinking water as quickly as possible. The SAFER program also aims to reach sustainable operations for all of the state’s drinking water systems and is a critical element for achieving the goals of safe, accessible, and affordable water for all Californians.Visit the following website for application information: (https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/sustainable_water_solutions/scfp.html)https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/sustainable_water_solutions/safer.htmlFunding level varies per project. Contact for more information.
Office of Sustainable Water Solutions SAFER@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 327-9978 California State Water Resources Control Board DFA-OSWS@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
Office of Sustainable Water SolutionsSAFER@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 327-9978California State Water Resources Control BoardDFA-OSWS@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I StreetSacramentoCA95814
CAA Urgent Drinking Water Need ProjectsCalifornia State Water Resources Control BoardThe CAA is supported by court judgments and administrative civil liabilities assessed by the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) and the Regional Water Quality Control Boards (Regional Boards). Water code section 13442 authorizes the State Water Board to utilize CAA funds to address an urgent drinking water need. This includes needs due to drought, contamination, or other eligible emergencies.See the "How to Apply" section on the website for application information and forms.https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/caa/urgent_water_needs.htmlThe Deputy Director of the Division of Financial Assistance (DFA) and the Executive Director of the State Water Board are delegated authority to approve up to $500,000 in CAA funds per project, for routine or non-controversial projects. Any non-routine or controversial projects, or CAA approvals exceeding $500,000 per project, will require State Water Board approval.
DFA-CAA@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 319-9066 California Water Boards DFA-CAA@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
DFA-CAA@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 319-9066California Water BoardsDFA-CAA@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I StreetSacramentoCA95814
California Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management GrantCalifornia State Water Resources Control Board (WRCB)This program is an annual federally funded nonpoint source (NPS) pollution control program that is focused on controlling activities that impair beneficial uses and on limiting pollutant effects caused by those activities. Projects must reduce nonpoint source pollution in areas prioritized by the Regional Water Boards. In order to demonstrate that the project to be funded is a priority, projects must have a nine-element watershed-based plan (WBP) that identifies activities needed to address watershed concerns.Apply online for this funding.https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/nps/319grants.html$250,000 to $1 million for implementation projects. $50,000 to $250,000 for planning projects. All projects must provide a 25% match unless the project qualifies for a waiver.
Jeanie Mascia jeanie.mascia@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 327-9978 California State Water Resources Control Board (WRCB) info@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
Jeanie Masciajeanie.mascia@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 327-9978California State Water Resources Control Board (WRCB)info@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I StreetSacramentoCA95814
Supplemental Environmental ProjectsCalifornia Water BoardSupplemental Environmental Projects (SEPs) are environmentally beneficial projects that a settling party agrees to undertake in the settlement of an action to offset a portion of a civil penalty. The State Water Board supports the inclusion of SEPs in the settlement of an enforcement action, so long as these projects meet the criteria specified in the SEP Policy to ensure that the selected projects have environmental value, further the enforcement goals and other important policies of the Water Boards and are subject to appropriate input and oversight by the Water Boards. All projects are required to directly benefit groundwater, surface water or drinking water quality or quantity, and the beneficial uses of waters of the State.See the website for the SEP project proposal form and other application information.https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/enforcement/sep.htmlIn general, the cost of a SEP may offset no more than 50% of the penalty. However, up to 100% of a penalty may be offset by a SEP that meets exceptional circumstances, furthers the human right to water, or benefits a Disadvantaged Community, an Environmental Justice community, or a community with financial hardship.
Jennifer McGovern Jennifer.McGovern@waterboards.ca.gov (866) 434-1083 California Water Board info@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
Jennifer McGovernJennifer.McGovern@waterboards.ca.gov(866) 434-1083California Water Boardinfo@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I StreetSacramentoCA95814
Small Community Drinking Water (SCDW) Funding ProgramCalifornia Water BoardsSmall Community Drinking Water Funding is available to help small disadvantaged communities (small DACs), providing service to less than 10,000 people and having a median household income (MHI) of less than 80% the statewide MHI, implement eligible drinking water capital improvement projects.Contact us via email or phonehttps://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/sustainable_water_solutions/scdw.htmlFunding level varies per project. Contact for more information.
Zoe Wu Zoe.Wu@waterboards.ca.gov (916) 327-9978 California Water Boards DFA-OSWS@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
Zoe WuZoe.Wu@waterboards.ca.gov(916) 327-9978California Water BoardsDFA-OSWS@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I StreetSacramentoCA95814
California Habitat Enhancement and Restoration ProgramCalifornia Wildlife Conservation BoardCalifornia's Habitat Enhancement and Restoration Program (HERP) continues to support a wide variety of restoration projects that fall outside the Wildlife Conservation Board's (WCB) other mandated programs. HERP projects are distributed throughout California and all habitat types. Broad categories of HERP projects include but are not limited to: Habitat restoration, Wildlife corridors, and Fisheries enhancements.See this website to access information about the application process and application documents: (https://wcb.ca.gov/Grants).https://wcb.ca.gov/Programs/Habitat-EnhancementFunding varies.
Northern California: Kurt Malchow; Southern California: Don.Crocker@wildlife.ca.gov Kurt.Malchow@wildlife.ca.gov; Don.Crocker@wildlife.ca.gov (916) 928-2792; (916) 926-7317 California Wildlife Conservation Board 715 P Street 17th Floor Sacramento, CA, 95814
Northern California: Kurt Malchow; Southern California: Don.Crocker@wildlife.ca.govKurt.Malchow@wildlife.ca.gov; Don.Crocker@wildlife.ca.gov(916) 928-2792; (916) 926-7317California Wildlife Conservation Board715 P Street17th FloorSacramentoCA95814
California Rangeland, Grazing Land, and Grassland Protection ProgramCalifornia Wildlife Conservation BoardThe purpose of the program is to prevent conversion of rangeland, grazing land and grassland to nonagricultural uses, to protect the long-term sustainability of livestock grazing, and to ensure continued wildlife, water quality, watershed and open-space benefits to the State of California from livestock grazing. See website for more information on program requirements and eligible applicants.See this website to access information about the application process and application documents: (https://wcb.ca.gov/Grants).https://wcb.ca.gov/Programs/RangelandFunding varies.
John Walsh John.Walsh@wildlife.ca.gov (916) 539-8016 California Wildlife Conservation Board 715 P Street 17th Floor Sacramento, CA, 95814
John WalshJohn.Walsh@wildlife.ca.gov(916) 539-8016California Wildlife Conservation Board715 P Street17th FloorSacramentoCA95814
California Oak Woodlands Conservation ProgramCalifornia Wildlife Conservation BoardThe California Oak Woodlands Conservation Program is designed to help local efforts achieve oak woodland protection. More importantly, this program provides a mechanism to bring ranchers and conservationists together in a manner that allows both to achieve that which is so valued - sustainable ranch and farming operations and healthy oak woodlands.While applications are accepted on a year-round basis, the WCB generally meets four times a year. Typically, Board meetings are held in February, May, August, and November. All applications that comply with the program requirements and meet program eligibility criteria will be scheduled for Board consideration once the real estate due diligence is completed and sufficient money exists to fund the request. Applicants will be notified as to when the project will be considered by the Board. The Board must approve any project to be funded. See this website to access information about the application process and application documents: (https://wcb.ca.gov/Grants).https://wcb.ca.gov/Programs/OaksFunding varies.
John Walsh John.Walsh@wildlife.ca.gov (916) 539-8016 California Wildlife Conservation Board 715 P Street 17th Floor Sacramento, CA, 95814
John WalshJohn.Walsh@wildlife.ca.gov(916) 539-8016California Wildlife Conservation Board715 P Street17th FloorSacramentoCA95814
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