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Funding Opportunities for the Sierra Nevada Region

YOU ARE OUR PARTNERS!

The Sierra Nevada Conservancy looks to the organizations, agencies, and local governments in the region to help achieve its vision for the future - that the magnificent Sierra Nevada Region enjoys outstanding environmental, economic and social health with vibrant communities and landscapes sustained for future generations. This page has some resources that can help you find and obtain funding to achieve these goals.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES NEWSLETTER:

The Sierra Nevada Conservancy Funding Team puts out a bi-monthly newsletter with upcoming grants and funding information. You can access the latest newsletter here. To add your name to the mailing list, please click here.

Grant RESEARCH MEMOS

The Sierra Nevada Conservancy Funding Team prepares grant research memos which compile available grant opportunities for particular types of projects. Research memos are updated annually, but new opportunities can arise between updates. If you have any additional resources to share, please contact the Funding Team.

BIOENERGY FACILITIES FUNDING  - updated August 2018

CAPACITY BUILDING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - updated August 2018

CEQA/NEPA FUNDING FOR RESTORATION PROJECTS - updated August 2018

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FUNDING - updated August 2018

FUEL REDUCTION ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LAND - updated November 2017

GRANTS FOR TRIBES AND TRIBAL ENTITIES - updated October 2017

HABITAT PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION FUNDING - updated August 2018

LAND ACQUISITION FUNDING - updated August 2018

PARKS AND TRAILS FUNDING - updated August 2018

RECREATION AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUNDING - updated August 2018

RIPARIAN AND MEADOW RESTORATION - updated January 2018

GRANT WRITING WORKSHOPS

Nonprofit organizations and agencies in the Sierra Nevada Region can request a free grant writing workshop for their area. These are intensive, interactive, two-day workshops with a maximum of 15 participants. Contact your SNC Area Representative for more information. Please click here for a list of SNC Area Representatives.

SUCCESS STORIES:

Congratulations to California Trout which, in partnership with the Pit River Tribe, recently completed the Hat Creek River Parkway and Restoration Projects. Located in Shasta County, the project included the restoration of 6.3 acres of riparian habitat and 1.5 miles of in-stream habitat. The project also constructed a 1.5 miles accessible trail and amenities to improve public access for recreational users, including hiking and fishing. The project was funded in part by the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Grant Program.

MORE INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE:

Do you have a question about a specific grant or a general funding strategy for your organization?  Individual funding assistance is available to nonprofit organizations, agencies and local governments in the SNC Region. Contact your SNC Area Representative for more information. Please click here for a list of SNC Area Representatives.

 

 

 

fund development coordinator

Elissa Brown
(559) 877-2432 Direct Line
(877) 257-1212 Toll Free

 

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