California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA)
Grants to California nonprofit organizations and public entities to enhance the enforcement of environmental laws. Funding may be used for training programs, environmental enforcement, and investigation. The purpose of the program is to improve compliance with environmental laws throughout the state.
Penal Code section 14300 et seq. established the Environmental Enforcement and Training Account, which funds the Environmental Enforcement Training Grant Program (Grant Program) and the Environmental Circuit Prosecutor Grant Program administered by the Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency. The purpose of the Grant Program is to provide financial assistance for environmental enforcement, investigation, and training programs that enhance statewide enforcement of environmental laws. The Secretary may award grants:
GrantWatch ID#: 144822
July 1 – June 30: Grants in effect
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
CalEPA requests that applications be submitted via email to: EETAGrantApps@calepa.ca.gov.
Direct questions to the email address listed above.
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