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Prop 68 - Regional Conservation Investment Strategies
Funding AgencyWildlife Conservation Board
TitleProp 68 - Regional Conservation Investment Strategies
DescriptionThe Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) is seeking high-quality grant proposals for the development of Regional Conservation Investment Strategies (RCIS). California Department of Fish and Wildlifes (CDFW) RCIS program encourages public agencies to develop regional conservation planning documents using the best available science to identify regional conservation priorities and other actions to help Californias species populations that may be vulnerable or declining by protecting, restoring, creating, and reconnecting their habitats. An RCIS is a voluntary, non-regulatory document that provides guidance on actions that, if implemented, would result in effective regional conservation. Any public agency may propose an RCIS that is developed in consultation with local agencies that have land use authority within the RCIS area. WCB accepts proposals on a continual basis, and will notify applicants about whether or not the proposal is acceptable or complete. All proposals will be evaluated with assistance from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Typically, 3 to 6 months is necessary to complete the application review and prepare all necessary materials for presentation to the Wildlife Conservation Board which meets in Feb, May, August and November.
Amount $
Application Deadline2020-03-01
Funding CycleOngoing
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