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Hello! Please review this email for important information about OWEB’s upcoming grant cycle.
On October 20, 2014, OWEB will accept Restoration, Land Acquisition,Technical Assistance, Monitoring and Outreach applications. These grants support voluntary efforts by Oregonians to protect and restore healthy watersheds, including actions in support of the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds and the Oregon Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy.
Applications must arrive at OWEB’s Salem office by 5:00 p.m. on Monday October 20, 2014. Late applications will not be accepted.
Download applications and instructions for Acquisition grants at http://www.oregon.gov/OWEB/GRANTS/Pages/acquisition_grants.aspx#Program Guidance, Forms, and Templates.
Access applications for Restoration, Technical Assistance, Monitoring, and Outreach grants at http://apps.wrd.state.or.us/apps/oweb/fiscal/nologin.aspx.
For OGMS questions, call Cyrus Curry at 503-986-5371.
Contact OWEB with questions
For Restoration, Technical Assistance and Outreach, contact OWEB’s Program Representative http://www.oregon.gov/OWEB/docs/RPRmap_new.pdf for your region.
For Land Acquisition, contact Miriam Hulst at email@example.com.
For Monitoring, contact OWEB’s Program Representative and Greg Sieglitz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're new to OWEB and our grant program, visit OWEB’s website http://www.oregon.gov/OWEB/Pages/index.aspx.
Funding cap for Technical Assistance Applications
Important Information for Restoration Applications
The Regular Grant Program offers responsive grants across the state for competitive proposals based on local ecological priorities. We’re proud that Oregon is a recipient of significant 2014 Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Funds (PCSRF) dollars. This is a testament to the great work completed in support of salmon and steelhead habitat in Oregon. NOAA’s top priority for PCSRF dollars, and OWEB’s grant award in support of that priority, is to fund on-the-ground restoration for salmon and steelhead habitat.
OWEB encourages applications to restore and enhance upland habitat, native wildlife habitat, water quality, and native fish habitat. Watershed restoration from ridge-top to ridge-top is an important component of OWEB’s mission. While there is no OWEB preference for salmon and steelhead restoration projects, we have a unique opportunity to increase the investment in salmon and steelhead habitat projects this year because of the increased amount of PCSRF grant funds.
Eligible projects for OWEB grants using PCSRF dollars are limited to:
If you have projects that meet these requirements, you can help OWEB invest PCSRF funding in your project:
OWEB Grant Program Manager