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Restoration grants are for watershed projects that protect or restore watershed functions. The list of eligible project types below is not an exhaustive list. Please see OWEB's Online Application Guidance for further details. For eligibility questions, please contact a
This is not an exhaustive list. Please see OWEB's Online Application Guidance for further details. For eligibility questions, please contact a
Applications are accepted in the Spring and Fall of each year and are submitted entirely through our online system. Information about current grant deadlines can be found on the home page of this website.
An OGMS login is required to access the online grant application. Only one login per organization is allowed. If no login exists for an organization, please email
Leilani Sullivan to request one. Include the following in your email:
Organization name and addressGrantee Contact Information: name, title, email address, and phone number for the person who will receive all communication from OWEB and sign any grant agreements.Payee Contact Information: name, email address, and phone number for the person who keeps records and submits payment requests and documentation.FEIN (Federal Employer Identification Number). OWEB may enter into agreements only with legally established entities. OWEB will review potential applicants prior to creating an OGMS login.Per federal guidance, all OWEB grantees must be registered at the System for Award Management (SAM) before receiving a grant agreement. Entities will received a non-proprietary identifier (called the Unique Entity Identifier (UEI).) This identifier is assigned by SAM (sam.gov is a free service) and entities must update their registration annually.
Please contact your
Project Manager with questions.
After grant applications are submitted:
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