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CREP Technical Assistance Grants
About CREP Technical Assistance Grants
Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program
The Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) is a voluntary program for agricultural landowners. This unique state and federal partnership allows landowners to receive incentive payments and conservation rental payments from the Farm Services Agency (FSA) for establishing long-term, riparian buffers on eligible land.

2013 Grant Awards
In September 2013, OWEB offered a CREP Technical Assistance grant cycle to fund projects from January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2015. OWEB received 14 applications by the October 4, 2013 deadline. OWEB and its CREP partners evaluated the 14 CREP Technical Assistance grant applications submitted and OWEB is pleased to make grant awards to 11 applicants, as shown in the following table. 
 
2014-15 CREP Technical Assistance Awards
App. #
Project ID​
Project Name
Grant Award
214-8100 
​10801 Marion-Yamhill Riparian Partnership
$99,084
214-8100 
​10800 Upper Willamette Regional CREP Partnership Years 3 & 4 
$122,221
214-8100
​10797 Coos-Curry CREP TA 2014-15
$84,388
214-8100
​10792 Northeastern Oregon CREP Technical Assistance
$77,193
214-8100
​10794 Central Oregon Tri-County CREP Program 
$103,807
214-8100
​10804 ​Douglas County CREP Technical Assistance 
$91,649
214-8100
​10796 Upper Klamath and Jackson County CREP
$80,887
214-8100
​10793 Wasco County Riparian Buffers
$92,265
214-8100
​10798 Gilliam County CREP Technical Assistance​​  
$22,019
​214-8100 ​10799 ​​Wheeler County CREP TA $68,645
​214-8100 ​10795 ​Sherman County Riparian Buffer Enhancement $49,732
TOTAL FUNDED
$891,890
 
More information on the CREP Technical Assistance awards can be found on the OWEB Grant Management System (OGMS​). 
 

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