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Program description, eligibility, how to apply, deadlines, and program-specific documents at each link below.
Guidance and forms to help you receive grant payments and meet the fiscal and reporting requirements of your grant.
Monitoring and data for OWEB projects associated with restoration and conservation actions.
Online Application Log in to apply for grants online, find application templates and guidance documents, or register as a first-time user to log in.
Spring 2023 Open Solicitation Grants: Restoration, Technical Assistance, Stakeholder Engagement, and Monitoring;
application deadline is 5:00 pm on May 1, 2023.
What is a Watershed? The
Oregon Lottery video describes watersheds and how OWEB grants are funded.
Seeking Public Comment: OWEB is holding a hearing and seeking public comment by 5:00 pm on April 21 on a
Land Acquisition Application.
OWEB seeks public input on the first-ever Oregon Agricultural Program
(OAHP) Grant Applications.
NEW GoBIG: OWEB has
updated GoBIG (Guidance on Budgeting in Grants).
News: More Federal Dollars Coming from Climate Law for Western Wildfire Management, article in the Oregon Capital Chronicle.
New Jackson County Landowner Adds Forest to its Trust for Natural Habitats, article in KDRV News 12 abc.
Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Reclassifying Fender's Blue Butterfly From Endangered to Threatened With a Section 4(d) Rule, Federal Register.
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