Drinking Water Supply & Quality: Sierra Region
Forest and Watershed Health Grant Program – Sierra Nevada Conservancy
Nonprofit Public Agency Tribal Government
Projects that create or improve forest conditions that result in a combination of multiple watersheds, ecosystem, and community benefits.
SNC is accepting concept proposals through July 29, 2022, by 5 p.m. For those invited, full Proposals will be accepted through 5 p.m. on October 28, 2022.
The current program cycle includes $23,750,000 available for Local Assistance grant awards.
To be determined
To be determined
Nonpoint Source Pollution (NPS) Control Program – California Department of Water Resources
Public agencies, nonprofits, federally recognized Native American Tribes, state agencies, public colleges, federal agencies.
Develop and/or implement management measures for nonpoint source pollutants for bodies of water in the Sierras region, which include Blackwood Creek, Carson River, West Fork, Indian Creek Reservoir, Squaw Creek, Tahoe, Middle Truckee River Watershed, and Upper Truckee River (refer to Section E of the program guidelines on pages 32-34).
The most recent application window closed in December 2021.
$5 million. Individual grants range from $250,000 – $800,000.
In FY 2021-2022, the State Water Resources Control Board anticipates receiving approximately $4,000,000 from the CWA 319 grant for project implementation.
1 proposal was awarded in the Sierras region in 2021.
Resilient Sierra Nevada Communities Grant Program – Sierra Nevada Conservancy
Nonprofit, Public Agencies, Tribal Government
Technical assistance grant program which will provide resources for capacity building and technical support to enable planning and implementation of projects that will increase community resiliency in the areas of regional planning and project prioritization; transportation; physical activity programming; forest management; and watershed management.
SNC is not accepting proposals for the Program at this time.
Approximately $1 million is available across the 2020–2021 and 2021–2022 grant cycles.