California State Parks - Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW)
10/14/19 Receipt by End of Business (before 10:00 AM)
Grants to California nonprofits, for-profits, and local government agencies in eligible counties to reduce the amount of vessel sewage discharge in State coastal waterways. Funding is intended for programs that provide boater education and outreach activities and for dump station network monitoring. Each grant proposal must include plans for education, outreach, and monitoring.
DBW will fund two grants (one for each targeted California geographic region) that will develop and implement a 12 month Clean Vessel Act Boater Education and Outreach Program for each of the two targeted geographic regions. Each regional grant must include: 1) education and outreach and 2) pumpout monitoring.
Target Audience: The Grant Program is aimed at all coastal boaters identified in the two targeted geographic regions mentioned below, specifically boaters with onboard holding tanks. The Grant Program should serve as a general reminder to all boaters to keep California’s water clean. The Grant Program focuses on two targeted geographic regions of California:
Note: This is a coastal grant so inland work should not be performed under this grant except in the Delta region.
The Program in each geographic region will support two main goals:
The objectives of the education and outreach component of the Grant Program will be to:
For more details on program goals, see: http://dbw.parks.ca.gov/pages/28702/files/2019-20CVA_EducationOutreach_%20Grant_ProgramF(VMKD)FF.pdf#page=3
GrantWatch ID#: 153717
Two grants will be awarded, one for each of the targeted regions.
A maximum of $262,000 of Federal CVA funding is available for each of the targeted regions below. This total includes the combination of $175,000 (Education and Outreach), $37,000 (CVA print and online materials), and $50,000 (Pumpout monitoring).
Anticipated grant start date of May 1, 2020 and end date of April 30, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email submittals shall be sent to Vivian.Matuk@coastal.ca.gov and Deborah.Holmes@parks.ca.gov.
Submit hard copies to:
California State Parks
Division of Boating and Waterways
Clean Vessel Education and Outreach Grant Program
Attn: Deborah Holmes
One Capitol Mall, Suite 500
Sacramento, CA 95814
For questions, please contact Vivian Matuk at (415) 904-6905 or the above email address.
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