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CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife - Environmental Enhancement Fund (3/30/22)

Opportunity Title: Environmental Enhancement Fund



Description:

The objective of this grant program is to award grants to nonprofit organizations, cities, counties, cities and counties, districts, state agencies, and departments; and, to the extent permitted by federal law, to federal agencies to support environmental enhancement projects located within or immediately adjacent to waters of the state.


The Environmental Enhancement Fund (EEF) grant program is administered by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Office of Spill Prevention and Response. The objective of this grant program is to award grants to nonprofit organizations, cities, counties, cities and counties, districts, state agencies, and departments; and, to the extent permitted by federal law, to federal agencies to support environmental enhancement projects located within or immediately adjacent to waters of the state. An enhancement project is a project that acquires habitat for preservation, or improves habitat quality and ecosystem function above baseline conditions, and that meets all of the following requirements: is located within or immediately adjacent to waters of the state, as defined in California Government Code (of Section 8670.3); has measurable outcomes within a predetermined timeframe; and is designed to acquire, restore, or improve habitat or restore ecosystem function, or both, to benefit fish and wildlife.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) is seeking grant applications to help fund projects that enhance or restore habitat for wildlife, with available funding totaling $750,000. All eligible agencies and projects are encouraged to apply.

Eligibility:

Eligible Applicants:

Nonprofit

Public Agency

Nonprofit organizations, cities, counties, cities and counties, districts, state agencies, and departments; and, to the extent permitted by federal law, federal agencies are eligible applicants.


Eligible Geographies:


Projects located within or immediately adjacent to waters of the state, as defined in California Government Code (of Section 8670.3).

Award Details:

Total Amount Available: $750K

Maximum Award: Dependent

Minimum Award: Dependent

Submission Details:

Application Deadline: 3/30/22

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