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"Stakeholder Engagement Project" means a project whose purpose is to communicate and engage with landowners, organizations, and the community about the need for, feasibility, and benefits of a specific eligible restoration or acquisition project or projects within an identified geography, or an eligible resource assessment or planning project, in order to successfully plan or implement said restoration or acquisition project. Education projects are not eligible.
To determine eligibility, project proponents should consider the outcomes of stakeholder engagement projects. To qualify as necessary for restoration or acquisition, the project must be tied to a specific geography, address clearly articulated habitat or watershed or ecosystem function goals for that geography, and identify a clear path toward achieving the restoration or acquisition measurable outcomes within a reasonable and specific timeframe.
Please see OWEB's Online Application Guidance. In the online application, applicants should select all activities that apply to the proposed project.
Education projects are not eligible for Stakeholder Engagement grants.
After grant applications are submitted:
Applications are accepted in the Spring and Fall of each year and are submitted entirely through our online system. Deadlines will be posted once each grant offering opens.
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 address
Grantee 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.
DUNS (Data Universal Numbering System) number. Though not required at application, each grantee must have an active DUNS number verifiable through the System for Award Management (SAM) before a grant agreement will be released.
Please contact your Project Manager with questions.
Oregon's Administrative Rules Secretary of State website
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