Spring 2021 Open Solicitation Grant Offering

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OWEB is now accepting online applications for the Spring 2021 Open Solicitation Grant Offering for the following grant types:

Please click on the grant type of interest for application requirements and login information. If you already have an Online Application login, you may access the application directly.

OWEB will host a webinar on February 16, 2021 at 10 am - noon to train interested applicants on the revised Monitoring Grant Program Administrative Rules and the monitoring application. This training will summarize the new administrative rules, describe the new monitoring grant evaluation criteria and changes to the monitoring application. There will be a question and answer session at the end to ask OWEB staff monitoring application related questions. Please contact Ken Fetcho for more information. 

To join the February 16 webinar on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91655672575?pwd=bytkZjdvRXYwalZ6aEU2eEJRdUQ0Zz09

To participate by phone: Dial 669-900-9128, when prompted, enter ID number 916 5567 2575 and Passcode: 180060

Grant applications (except Land Acquisition) are due April 26, 2021 by 5:00pm and must be submitted via OWEB's online grant application. The OWEB board plans to make grant awards at the October 2021 meeting.

If you have questions about applying for an OWEB grant, please contact the Regional Program Representative for your region. If you are new to OWEB and our grant program, please visit OWEB’s website.

Land Acquisition grant applications are due April 22, 2021 by 5:00pm and must be submitted via OWEB's online application. A pre-application consultation is required. Visit the Land Acquisition grants webpage for more information. Please contact Miriam Forney (503-986-0026) to schedule a consultation.

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. OWEB anticipates making available a combined total of about $14 million for Restoration, Technical Assistance, Stakeholder Engagement, Monitoring, and Land Acquisition through this solicitation. Funding is from Oregon Lottery revenue and federal Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Funds through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Thank you for your interest in watershed restoration and protection!

Eric Williams Grant Program Manager

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