The Bulletin – San Francisco Bay Joint Venture – September 26, 2017

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September 26, 2017 
 


 
 
 
  Spotlight on Upcoming Regional Events
October 7
Join Save The Bay and other partners, supporters and community members for a day of events where you will ignite your love for the Bay and get inspired to protect, restore and celebrate all that it is!
 
October 10-11
This is the 13th State of the Estuary Conference showcasing the latest information about the estuary’s changing watersheds, impacts from major stressors, recovery programs for species and habitats, and emerging challenges.   If you haven’t registered already, you can do that here through October 2.   
 
 
 
SF Bay Restoration Authority first request for proposals due November 15
 
On June 7th 2016, voters in the nine Bay Area counties passed measure AA, continuing to demonstrate overwhelming regional care about and support for restoring San Francisco Bay.  The $12 annual parcel tax will provide approximately $25 million every year, or $500 million over twenty years, to fund shoreline projects that will protect and restore the Bay by:
  • reducing trash, pollution and harmful toxins;
  • improving water quality;
  • restoring habitat for fish, birds, and other wildlife;
  • protecting communities from floods; and
  • increasing shoreline public access and recreational areas
On September 15 the Authority announced its first request for proposals along with grant application information both of which are now available on their website.  An optional webinar will be held on October 4 from 2-3 pm – to learn more about this or register visit here. 
 
 
 
       Grants with Deadlines    
 
By October  
The Fund for Wild Nature (Fund) provides small grants for North American campaigns to save native species and wild ecosystems, with particular emphasis on actions designed to defend threatened wilderness and biological diversity.
By October 1
Priority will be given to projects that aim to do one or more of the following:  fill critical knowledge gaps that can help reverse negative population trends; demonstrate methods for improving population viability; seek to promote the effective conservation of migratory populations and species; develop intervention plans to help overwintering, breeding, or stopover sites; or use public-private partnership models to protect migratory species and pathways.
 
By October 13
The Santa Clara Valley Water District is requesting proposals for up to $2.557 million in grants and partnerships to implement projects that will prevent pollution and restore wildlife habitat in Santa Clara County. 
 
By October 19 
These projects must involve long-term protection, restoration, and/or enhancement of wetlands and associated uplands habitats for the benefit of all wetland associated migratory birds.  Please coordinate with Beth Huning.  
By October 31 
Conservancy Proposition 1 grants fund multi-benefit ecosystem and watershed protection and restoration projects.     
 
By November 1
This program seeks to support planning, design, permitting, implementation, education, and/or community-based restoration activities to address the risks and impacts of climate change and sea level rise and to further advance nature-based adaptation solutions to protect and enhance the Marin County bay shoreline.
 
By November 1
This program provides funding to support eligible organizations to conduct research directly related to marine debris through field, laboratory, and modeling experiments.
 
By November 7
The United States Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act established an annual, competitive grants program to support projects that promote the conservation of neotropical migratory birds and their habitats in the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. 
 
Ongoing Grants 
More grants with deadlines later in the year, as well as others that have no deadlines or are ongoing, can be found on our funding page where you can search by deadline, title, and/or organization. 
 
 
 
JOBS with deadlines – these change frequently, to stay current check our jobs pageand if      you have one to post, please send that information to Caroline Warner 
    
By Sept 26     Fruitvale Outreach Coordinator  
                             Friends of Sausal Creek 
 
By Oct 2         Engineering and Environmental Consultant  
                              State Coastal Conservancy  
 
                           U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with California LCC 
 
By Oct 6       Assistant General Manager  
                           Livermore Area Recreation and Park District 
 
By Oct 20     Associate Open Space Planner 
                            Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority 
 
By Nov 2       GIS Analyst 
                          Playa Lakes Joint Venture  
 
 
JOBS open until filled
   Turtle Island Restoration Network 
 
  Pt Blue Conservation Science 
 
   Save SF Bay  
 
   Ducks Unlimited
 
    Sky Oaks 
 
     Restoration Design Group 
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
 October 4
 October 7
 October 7
 October 10/11
 October 14
 October 17-19
 October 20-21
 October 26
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Find all the events we know about on our events page. 
 
 
In the News  
 
 
 
  Beth Huning – Coordinator
Sandra Scoggin  – Assistant Coordinator
Caroline Warner – Public Outreach Coordinator  
 
 
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