California Water Plan eNews – 12/26/18

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • Registration is open for next month’s webinar on Update 2018 draft
  • Flood-MAR concerns to be discussed during next month’s listening session
  • New program offers State funding for maintenance of flood control facilities
  • $37 million in grants available for cultural, community, and natural resource projects
  • Delta Science Council’s Adaptive Management Forum set for February in Davis
  • Webinar will look at present and future indoor household water efficiency
  • California, Washington, and British Columbia team up to improve forest health

California Water Plan eNews – 12/5/18

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • Draft basin boundary modifications open for public comment through Jan. 4
  • Integrated water management conference will include look at water in the sky
  • First meeting for advisory group looking into small water system vulnerabilities
  • Report for Congress looks at California water infrastructure
  • Water Solutions Network offering problem-solving support to water managers
  • USACE webinars to discuss new delivery methods in P3 pilot program
  • Save the dates, CWEMF sets annual meeting for April in Folsom

Sierra Nevada Conservancy Funding Opportunities Newsletter – Jan/Feb 2019

Sierra Nevada Conservancy


January-February 2019

 Funding Research Memos for fuel reduction, parks and trails, habitat preservation, environmental education, and other program areas are available on the SNC funding opportunities webpage. This is a great way to find funding opportunities for your projects!

Upcoming Grants that Might be of Interest:

Your SNC Area Representative can help you set up an individual consultation with the SNC Funding Team to get advice about specific funding opportunities or general fund development strategies. To take advantage of this resource, contact your Area Representative.

Grant Writing Workshops are available to help build the capacity of organizations that serve the Sierra Nevada Region. If you are interested in organizing or attending a workshop, contact your Area Representative. Upcoming workshops are scheduled in Shasta and Amador counties, and additional workshops can be scheduled upon request.