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Document Last Updated5/17/24Updated by:NR
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Grant NameArea (State or National)Agency /OrgCategories (see Metadata tab)Grant Deadline (YYYY-MM-DD)Amount $Grant Info Last UpdatedMatch required?Grant Details (abbreviated)WebsitecontactNotes
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Aquatic Resources ManagementNationalBLMWatersheds/Restoration2024-07-08$1M - 2M5/17/2024NoTo protect and restore riparian and wetland areas, aquatic habitats, and water resources to provide functioning ecosystems.https://www.grants.gov/search-results-detail/354104isattler@blm.gov
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Better Together - Nature Positive Innovation Grant ProgramStatePG&EEJ/ Restoration/ Resilience & Adaptation2024 -06 -07$100,0005/17/2024NAThe Better Together Nature Positive Innovation Grant Program, funded by The PG&E Corporation Foundation (Foundation), is requesting proposals of $100,000 to fund five projects (one in each region of PG&E’s service area) in 2024 that address a specific environmental stewardship focus area: • Land Stewardship • Air Quality • Water Stewardship. Eligible applicants will be governmental organizations (including tribal governments), educational institutions, or certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations/public charities. Applicants must be prepared to provide documentation to demonstrate they meet the Foundation’s criteria for charitable giving. Applicants must be the grantee and not a fiscal sponsor for another organization. Priority will be given to projects that address the needs of disadvantaged and/vulnerable communities. Timeline to complete work is 18 months after receiving funds.https://www.pge.com/en/about/giving-locally/nature-postive-innovation-grant.html#overviewNaturePositiveInnovationGrant@pge.com
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Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation programStateCNRAResilience & Adaptation2024 - 06 -25$up to 6.7M this awards cycle4/30/2024The EEM Grant Program seeks projects to mitigate environmental impacts caused by new or modified public transportation facilities. Eligible applicants are local, state, and federal governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit applicant must be a public benefit corporation.



Approximately $6.7 million from this year’s appropriation are available for awards this cycle. If awarded, projects will need to be completed by March 2028.
https://resources.ca.gov/grants/environmental-enhancement-and-mitigation-eem?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdeliveryeemcoordinator@resources.ca.gov
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Urban and Community Forestry Grants (IRA)StateCal FireResilience & Adaptation2024 - 05 - 30$150k - $3M (depending on grant track)4/30/2024NACAL FIRE’s Urban & Community Forestry Program is responsible for leading the effort to advance the development of sustainable urban and community forests in California through technical assistance, grant administration, and resource and partnership development. This is accomplished through expanding and improving the planting and management of trees and associated vegetation in communities throughout California, with a strong emphasis on disadvantaged and low-income communities. CAL FIRE’s Urban & Community Forestry Program directly assists these communities with grants and hands-on scientific and technical assistance to achieve more equity in tree canopy distribution. All projects must deliver 100% of the program benefits to disadvantaged or low-income communities, and all work must be tracked at the level that designates disadvantaged or low-income communities.https://www.fire.ca.gov/what-we-do/grants/urban-and-community-forestry-grants
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SB 1 SLR Adaptation Planning GrantStateOcean Protection CouncilResilience & Adaptation2024 - 06 - 28 (2nd round)Varies depending on track - $200k - 10M3/27/2024No (encouraged)The overall goal of the SB 1 SLR Adaptation Planning Grant Program is to support the implementation of SB 1 for local, regional, and tribal governments, and specifically to support SLR adaptation planning for local governments. Track 1 is SLR Adaptation Planning; Track 2: SLR Implementation Projetshttps://www.opc.ca.gov/sb-1-funding/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdeliveryOPCSB1TA@coastal-quest.orgRegister for an informational webinar on technical assistance program, to support folks applying for the larger SLR grant, April 15 from 3-4 PM: https://ca-water-gov.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMsc-ChqzstGN3rnR1ZbHQe7CnN1-wkJBYI?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery#/registration
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Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change Grants Program
NationalEPAEJ2024 - 11 - 21up to $20M3/27/2024NAThe Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change Grant program (Community Change Grants), created by the Inflation Reduction Act, offers an unprecedented $2 billion in grants under this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). The Community Change Grants will fund community-driven projects that address climate challenges and reduce pollution while strengthening communities through thoughtful implementation. Track II will fund approximately 20 meaningful engagement grants of $1 million - $3 million. Grants cannot exceed 3-years in duration. Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change Grants ProgramCCGP@epa.gov
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Adaptation Planning Grant ProgramStateGovernors Office of Planning and ResearchResilience & Adaptation2024 - 05 - 20 (pre-application); 2024 - 06 -03 (full application)$100,000 - 650,0004/8/2024NoTo be eligible for APGP, the Lead Applicant must partner with at least one Co-Applicant unless a justification is submitted. This program provides funding to help fill local, regional, and tribal planning needs, provides communities the resources to identify climate resilience priorities, and supports the development of a pipeline of climate resilient infrastructure projects across the state.Adaptation Planning Grant Programbrandon.harrell@opr.ca.govDeadline for main application form is June 3,2024
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NAWCA Standard GrantNationalUSFWSWildlife/Restoration2024 - 07 - 11$250,000 - 3M 3/27/2024YesROUND TWO APPS JULY: NAWCA program promotes partnerships projects that must involve a) only long-term protection, restoration, enhancement and/or establishment of wetland and associated upland habitats to benefit diversity of wetland ecosystems and b) maintaining an abundance of waterfowl (ducks, geese, and swans) and other populations of wetlands-associated migratory birds consistent with the objectives of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan, U.S. Shorebird Conservation Plan, Waterbird Conservation Plan for the Americas, and Partners in Flight Bird Conservation Plan. The program requires a 1:1 non-federal match and research funding is ineligible.North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) Grants: US Standard Program | U.S. Fish & Wildlife Servicejustin_markey@fws.govPlease reach out to the SF Bay Joint Venture if you plan to submit at NAWCA grant.
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Partners for Fish & WildlifeNationalUSFWSWildlife/Watersheds/Restoration2024 - 09 - 30$750,000 (max)10/13/2023No (although strive to achieve 1:1)The Partners for Fish and Wildlife (PFW) Program is a voluntary, incentive-based program that provides direct technical assistance and financial assistance primarily through cooperative agreements to private landowners to restore and conserve fish and wildlife habitat for the benefit of federal trust resources. The PFW Program is delivered through more than 250 full-time staff, active in all 50 States and territories. Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program staff coordinate with project partners, stakeholders and other Service programs to identify geographic focus areas and develop habitat conservation priorities within these focus areas. Geographic focus areas define where the program directs resources to conserve habitat for federal trust species. Project work plans are developed strategically, in coordination with partners, and with substantial involvement from Service field staff. The program has been in existence since 1987 and has over 35 years of successful delivery. Project selection will seek to align or support the Secretary’s priorities. Projects delivered will advance the missions of the PFW Program, the Department of the Interior and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service which promote biological diversity, and are based upon sound, scientific, biological principles. PFW Program strategic plans inform the types of projects funded under this opportunity.Applicants seeking technical or financial assistance from the PFW Program are requested to consult with a local PFW Program office BEFORE developing or submitting an application (see Agency Contacts at the end of this announcement or visit https://www.fws.gov/program/partners-fish-and-wildlife/contact-usAll applications must be submitted through https://home.grantsolutions.gov/home/ to be considered for award. Applications submitted through grants.gov will not be evaluated. NOFOandreas_moshogianis@fws.gov
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Coastal Program FY 24NationalUSFWSWatersheds/Wildlife/2024- 09-30$500,000 (Max)10/13/2023NoThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Coastal Program is a voluntary, community-based program that provides technical and financial assistance primarily through cooperative agreements to coastal communities, conservation partners, and landowners to restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat on public and private lands. The Coastal Program staff coordinates with partners, stakeholders and other Service programs to identify geographic focus areas and develop habitat conservation goals and priorities within these focus areas. Geographic focus areas are where the Coastal Program directs resources to conserve Federal trust species and their habitats. Projects are developed in collaboration with partners, and with substantial involvement from Service field staff. Coastal Program projects must support the missions of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), and the Coastal Program, and be based on biological principles and the best available science. The Coastal Program takes an adaptive approach to designing and implementing coastal ecosystem habitat protection and restoration strategies that anticipate and ameliorate the impacts of climate change and other environmental stressors. Coastal Program habitat improvement projects strive to increase coastal resiliency by improving the ability of coastal ecosystems to adapt to environmental changes and supporting natural and nature-based infrastructure projects to protect and enhance coastal habitats. Applicants seeking technical or financial assistance from the Coastal Program are requested to consult with the regional or local Coastal Program office BEFORE developing or submitting an application (Visit https://www.fws.gov/program/coastal/contact-us for Coastal Program contacts). Applications must be submitted through GrantSolutions at: https://home.grantsolutions.gov/home/. Application submitted through Grants.gov will not be evaluated.NOFOchris_darnell@fws.gov
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Environmental Infrastructure ProgramNationalUSACETransportationOngoingTotal available: $200 millionMost EI assistance has a federal cost-share of 75% for total design costs or total project costs, requiring a 25% non-federal cost-share. The non-federal partner will own the project/facility and be responsible for all operation and maintenance costs. The federal cost-share is limited to $5 million. The non-federal sponsor can receive credit up to a limit for in-kind contributions of land, obtaining permits, design, and other work.Army Corps of Engineers: Environmental Infrastructure (EI) Assistancehttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1Aqq5nQimFZ8c-tPJSM8zVeomiGhZXQT21F4S9HIt1gE/editTo request EI assistance, submit a written request for assistance to your local USACE district. Projects must be eligible according to authorizing language from Congress for the program and follow a Project Partnership Agreement (see model agreements).


I do not see CA or SF Bay region on this contact list and I am uncertain of who would qualify for this; however, I thought it could potentially supplement HWY 37 funds (NR)
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Community Grants ProgramStateSFBRARestoration/Resilience & EJ & Adaptation Wildlife Protectionongoing$200,000 (max)5/16/2023no matchAimed at Community Based Organizations: The Authority funds the following types of projects:
A habitat project that aims to restore, protect, or enhance tidal wetlands, managed ponds, or natural habitats on the shoreline in the San Francisco Bay Area;
A flood management project that is part of a habitat project;
A public access project that will provide or improve access or recreational amenities that are part of a habitat project.
https://www.sfbayrestore.org/community-grantsgrants@sfbayrestore.org
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Community Grants - Keep America BeautifulNationalKeep America BeautifulResilience & Adaptation/ Watersheds/ RestorationTBD (RFP fall 2023)1.2M total6/30/2023These grants support communities and our 700-member affiliate network in preventing littering, promoting recycling, and building clean, green, and beautiful neighborhoods. Applicants are encouraged, but not required, to develop a comprehensive PROGRAM approach, rather than project-specific activities by leveraging the funding available through the various grant applications. After completing basic information common to all the applications, applicants will be given the option to apply for one or several of the community improvement grant offerings.https://kab.org/beautification/community-grants/gpolo@kab.org
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Watershed and Flood Prevention OperationsNationalUSDAWatershed/Wildlife ProtectionApplication opens Q1$500 million annually until expended1:1 cost share requiredWatershed and Flood Prevention Operations (WFPO) Program | Natural Resources Conservation Servicejennifer.gooler@usda.gov (santa rosa office)HWY 37
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Wetland Reserve EasementNationalUSDA/NRCSRestoration- wetlands/Wildlife ProtectionRolling - through USDA service center$10 - $20 million annuallyPartner contributions must equal at least 10% of the total estimated costs for easement acquisition related costs and restoration implementation costs. Proposals that provide partner contributions greater than 10% will be given higher consideration in the selection process.Wetland Reserve Easements | Natural Resources Conservation ServiceNational Program: Barbara Baker, (614) 255-2502; Find your Local Service Center north bay - interest from IWJV in contracting these funds for JVs. Show examples from SF Bay Area about how easements are/can be used to promote conservation & restoration.
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The HVIP California Clean Air Vehicle Voucher ProgramStateCA Air Resources BoardTransportationRollingAvailable: >$250 millionMarch 7, 2023Funds Shuttle buses, trucks, schools buses, etc.Hybrid and Zero-Emission Trucks, public transit buses, class 8 tractors performing drayage operations, Public School Bus Set-Aside for Small and Medium Air Districtshttps://californiahvip.org/funding/voucherprocessing@tetratech.com
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LCP Local Assistance Grant Program (non-competitive)StateCalifornia Coastal CommissionResilience and AdaptationRollingMax per award: $100k

Total available: $500k
The grant program is intended to provide assistance to local governments responsible for developing and amending Local Coastal Programs. Funds may be used for projects that are designed to assist local governments in assessing impacts and planning for coastal resiliency, including adapting to the impacts of climate change and sea level rise, and which contain an LCP planning component.https://www.coastal.ca.gov/lcp/grants/For Bay Area region:
Brittney Cozzolino
brittney.cozzolino@coastal.ca.gov

General Inquiries:
LCPGrantProgram@coastal.ca.gov
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Urban Streams Restoration ProgramStateDept of Water ResourcesRestoration , WatershedsRollingAvailable prior to FY22 awards: $2 millionYes, projects funded with P68 funds require a minimum of 20% match of non-State sources unless the grant serves a DAC.The Urban Streams Restoration Program (USRP), established by Water Code section 7048 which declared that urban creek protection, restoration, and enhancement are best undertaken by local agencies and organizations with assistance from the State. The USRP funds projects and provides technical assistance to restore streams affected by urban development to a more natural state. The USRP goals include: (1) Protecting, enhancing, and restoring the natural ecological value of streams; (2) Preventing future property damage caused by flooding and bank erosion; (3) Promoting community involvement, education, and riverine stewardship.https://water.ca.gov/-/media/DWR-Website/Web-Pages/Programs/Integrated-Regional-Water-Management/Riverine-Stewardship-Program/Riverine-Stewardship-Program---Grants/2022-Publish-RSP-Guidelines-and-PSP.pdfRolling. June 2022 and monthly thereafter; concepts closing date will be the last day of the month. Concepts will be reviewed monthly starting the 1st of following month and monthly thereafter
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Coastal Conservancy StateState Coastal ConservancyRestoration, Resilience and AdaptationRollingThere are no maximum or minimum grant amounts for this funding; however, it is anticipated that most grants will be between $200,000 and $5,000,000.March 13, 2023The Coastal Conservancy accepts grant applications on an ongoing basis for projects that benefit public access, natural resources, working lands, and climate resiliency on the California coast.

To find out how to access our ongoing funding opportunities for your project, please contact the Regional Managers on the website

After contacting a Regional Manager, if your project is eligible for Conservancy funding, you will either be asked to fill out a pre-proposal application (approx. 3 pages) or advised to apply during one of our scheduled grant rounds.
https://scc.ca.gov/grants/
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Community GrantsStateSan Francisco Bay Restoration AuthorityRestoration, Resilience and AdaptationRollingMax per award: $200k

Total Available: $600k (for FY22-23)
For the Community Grants Program, we are looking for projects that meet the Measure AA requirements and do the following:

-Support community visioning aimed at developing conceptual plans for shoreline habitat projects.
-Implement small shoreline habitat projects with strong community benefits, e.g., community engagement, education, workforce development, career development, leadership development, and community celebrations.
-Train community leaders to develop proposals, apply for funds, and implement small shoreline habitat projects in partnership with shoreline landowners, such as planting native plants, removing invasive plants, and cleaning up trash.
-Empower communities to have a voice in the design and implementation of large shoreline restoration projects by helping them gain knowledge of shoreline issues and build relationships with restoration-focused organizations and agencies.
https://www.sfbayrestore.org/community-grantsgrants@sfbayrestore.org
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Continuing Authorities ProgramNational US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)Watersheds, Resilience and AdaptationRollingPer award: $1 million - $15 millionFeasibility phase cost share = 50/50 after the first 100,000, design and construction cost share varies, from 65/35 (fed/non-fed) to 75/25, depending on authorityThe Continuing Authorities Program is a collection of water resource project authorities under which the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) can plan, design, and implement certain types of water resources projects without additional project-specific congressional authorization. The program is intended for relatively straightforward projects, and it is not intended to address large, complex, or controversial water resource challenges. Because CAP projects do not require congressional approval, they are typically quicker to complete than larger USACE projects. Projects typically cost between $1M and $15M to construct. All CAP authorities have Federal cost limits and the total costs are shared with a local partner.https://www.spn.usace.army.mil/Missions/Projects-and-Programs/Continuing-Authorities-Program/Regional CAP Production Center
415-361-1230
Juliette.Hayes@usace.army.mil
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Climate Adaptation and ResiliencyStateCA Wildlife Conservation BoardRestoration, Resilience and AdaptationRollingEst. total available: $2 millionNoConservation projects focusing on resilience to projected climate impacts.https://wcb.ca.gov/GrantsKurt Malchow: kurt.malchow@wildlife.ca.gov Or Scott McFarlin:scott.mcfarlin@wildlife.ca.gov
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