|GRANTS with deadlines
By June 24
National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program
The primary goal of this program is the long-term conservation of coastal wetland ecosystems. Grants must go through a state agency and applicants should coordinate with SFBJV Coordinator Beth Huning.
By July 2
Coastal Ecosystem Resiliency Grants Program
This program is designed to build functioning ecosystems and help coastal communities become more resilient to the impacts from extreme weather events, climate hazards, and changing ocean conditions.
By July 7
North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) Standard Grant
2015 guidelines for these grants were posted on their website earlier this year. Matching grants from non-federal funding sources are required at a 1:1 ratio and applicants need to apply with SFBJV Coordinator assistance.
By July 8
Resource Conservation Partnership Program
Pre-proposal applications are due July 8 for this Natural Resources Conservation Services program offering up to $235 million nationwide to improve water quality, combat drought, enhance soil health and support wildlife habitat through partnerships.
By July 24
Regional Coastal Resilience Grant Program
Funded projects in this program will result in improved information for decision makers and actions that reduce risk, accelerate recovery, and promote adaptation to changing social, economic, and environmental conditions.
By August 10
2015 Safe, Clean Water and Natural Flood Protection Grant Program
As part of the voter-approved Safe, Clean Water and Natural Flood Protection Program, 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 August 15
Coastal Program at San Francisco Bay
This is a technical assistance and cooperative agreement, not a grant program. Main focus in 2015 is on the outer San Mateo and Marin Coasts and coastal watersheds.
Captain Planet Foundation
Grants from this program are intended to provide hands-on environmental stewardship opportunities for youth; serve as a catalyst to getting environment-based education in schools; and inspire youth and communities to participate in community service through environmental stewardship activities.
more grant information can be found on our website