OPC Proposition 1 Grant Program

The most recent solicitation for OPC Proposition 1 grant proposals closed on March 18, 2019.

 

2019 PROPOSITION 1 SOLICITATION ANNOUNCEMENT & APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

OPC PROPOSITION 1 GRANT GUIDELINES

GRANT GUIDANCE FOR GRANTEES


FORMS AND TEMPLATES FOR USE IN GRANT PROPOSAL APPLICATION

Application Checklist Form Certification Letter Requirements/Guidance (if no Governing Body)
Template – Workplan, Task Chart, Budget and Schedule Land Tenure / Property Data / Site Control Worksheet and Form
Non Profit Organization Questionnaire Form Template – Willing Seller Letter
CEQA And Environmental Compliance Form 2019 Corps Consultation Review Form
Permit Approval Status Form Link to Proposition 1 Logo Artwork
Governing Body Resolution Template OPC Logo Artwork

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The interactive map at the right shows the projects approved by OPC in Round 2 in 2018.

Click on each orange marker to see more detailed information about each project.

Zoom in on the North Coast of California to see additional project markers that do not display well with the default view.

 

PREVIOUS ROUNDS OF OPC PROPOSITION 1 GRANT FUNDING

ROUND 1 (2016)

The staff recommendations for projects approved during Round 1 of OPC’s Proposition 1 Grant Program at the June 29, 2016 meeting of the OPC are available here.

ROUND 2 (2018)

Eight projects were approved by the OPC at the July 25, 2018 meeting. Staff recommendations for the July 2018 approved projects are available here. One additional project was approved by the OPC at the October 25, 2018 meeting and the staff recommendation is available here.

PROPOSITION 1 BACKGROUND

The Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 (Proposition 1 or “Prop 1”) was approved by voters in November 2014 (California Water Code CWC Division 26.7). Funding from Prop 1 is intended to fund projects that provide more reliable water supplies, restore important species and habitat, and develop a more resilient and sustainably managed water system (water supply, water quality, flood protection, and environment) that can better withstand inevitable and unforeseen pressures in the coming decades.

Prop 1 Chapter 6, “Protecting Rivers, Lakes, Streams, Coastal Waters, and Watersheds,” allocates $30 million to the OPC for a competitive grant program for multibenefit ecosystem and watershed protection and restoration projects in accordance with statewide priorities, CWC §79730 and §79731(d). It is the intent of the OPC to fund projects that meet Prop 1 criteria and fulfill of the mission of the OPC to ensure that California maintains healthy, resilient, and productive ocean and coastal ecosystems for the benefit of current and future generations.

More information about Proposition 1 can be found at the California Natural Resources Agency’s Bond Accountability Website.

If you have questions about the OPC Proposition 1 grant program, contact us via email at: OPC_Prop1grants@resources.ca.gov

DCTF Executive Committee Conference Call Tuesday, May 19, 2015 10:00am

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DCTF Executive Committee Conference Call
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
10:00am

Call-in #: 1-626-677-3000
Participant Code for Public and Non-Executive Committee DCTF Members: 7927150

Meeting Agenda

Goal of the Executive Committee (EC) Conference Call: To discuss designing a process to begin conversations between the Dungeness crab industry, California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and NMFS Protected Resources Division on the topic of whale entanglements.

1. Welcome, introductions, agenda overview

2. Informational updates on topics including, but not limited to, data requests and follow up from the April 2015 EC meeting.

3. Whale entanglement discussion

a. Presentation by Dan Lawson, NMFS Protected Resources Division, to introduce the topic of whale entanglements including, but not limited to, an overview on NMFS’s role in entanglement reporting, Marine Mammal Protection Act and ESA management.

b. Discuss ideas for engaging the Dungeness crab industry on this issue.

4. Review and consideration of memo to Oregon/Washington regarding trap limit program monitoring and evaluation questions.

5. General public comment

6. Adjourn

Agenda items may be taken out of order at the discretion of the DCTF Administrative Team (Admin Team).

* Public Participation and Comment: All members of the public, including non-EC DCTF members, will be automatically placed on mute upon entering the call. Phone lines will be unmuted during the public comment periods. To help reduce background noise when the phone lines are open, please put your individual phone on mute. If your phone does not have a mute button, hit *6 on your keypad to mute yourself. When the Admin Team opens the call to public comment, you may press *6 to unmute yourself if you wish to speak.

Meeting materials will be posted to the DCTF website as they are available. A meeting summary will be made available via the DCTF website.

Questions about the meeting or agenda can be directed to info@dungenesscrabtaskforce.com or 805-845-9852. Any person who has a disability and requires reasonable accommodation to participate in this DCTF meeting should contact Rachelle Fisher (rachelle@strategicearth.com or 805-845-9852) no later than five days prior to meeting.

For more information about the DCTF please visit the DCTF website at http://www.opc.ca.gov/2009/04/dungeness-crab-task-force/

Draft Survey Questions for the Sea-level Rise Planning Database

 

The Ocean Protection Council and California Natural Resources Agency gathered input from stakeholders regarding implementation of AB2516, the Sea-level Rise Planning Database. Comments and feedback on the draft (available below) were incorporated into the final survey which was distributed to entities named in AB2516 in early June 2015.

Draft Survey Questions for the Sea-level Rise Planning Database

Please contact SLR.Database@resources.ca.gov with questions or comments.

 

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