Funding for projects that involve natural creeks, streams and/or rivers, even if they flow only during the rainy season, or channelized or culverted creeks, streams and/or rivers.
Projects must meet at least two of the following five statutory conditions:
recreation - provide compatible recreational opportunities, including trails for strolling, hiking, bicycling, and equestration uses along rivers and streams.
habitat - protect, improve, or restore riverine or riparian habitat, including benefits to wildlife habitat and water quality.
flood management - maintain or restore the open space character of lands along rivers and streams so that they are compatible with periodic flooding as part of a flood management plan or project.
conversion to river parkways - convert existing developed riverfront land into uses consistent with river parkways.
conservation and interpretive enhancement - provide facilities to support or interpret river or stream restoration or other conservation activities.
Who is Eligible to ApplyState agency, city, county, city or county, or pursuant to a joint powers agreement between two or more of these entities. Up to 40 percent of the available funds are for awards to California nonprofit organizations. All nonprofits must be a 501c(3) as verified by the IRS.
- Application Cycle Begins
- August 15, 2018
- Max/Min Award Amounts
- No min/max
- Funding Source
- How much funding is left to award in total?
- $7 million
- How much $ might be awarded in the next 6 months?