The Working Lands and Riparian Corridors program provides grants to restore or enhance working lands and riparian corridors through restoration projects on agricultural lands. Activities funded under this program must target agricultural lands and may include: Planning grants and implementation grants.
These grants provide funds specifically to resource conservation districts to restore or enhance riparian corridors on agricultural lands. Agricultural landowners may be willing to integrate ecosystem projects and protections in their operations but may lack the capital and/or expertise to implement these practices. The Department collaborates with resource conservation districts, landowners, and other stakeholders to plan and implement projects that support long-term sustainable management of riparian corridors on California's farms and ranches.
- Public Agency
Resource Conservation Districts
State of California
Matching Funding Requirement:
Match must cover at least 25% of the total project cost. At least 40% of the match must be in cash.
How to Apply
State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.
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