Restoration Grants – Awarded Projects

Tuolumne Meadow

Watershed Restoration Grants Branch

Propositions 1 and 68 have funded ecosystem restoration projects throughout California via CDFW’s Watershed Restoration Grants Branch. A total of $87.5 million is available from Proposition 1 funding for Delta Grants. The remaining $285 million of Proposition 1 and $85 million Proposition 68 funds support Watershed Restoration Grants outside of the Delta. Details of the awards are shown in the Table below and in the following links:

Watershed Restoration Grants Branch Project Awards (as of December 31, 2021)
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Fiscal YearProject TitleProject ProponentCDFW AwardCountyFunding Source
2011-2012Fall X2 Fish Health StudyThe Regents of the University of California, Davis$3,728,123MultipleEcosystem Restoration Program
2011-2012Management Tools for Landscape-Scale Restoration of Ecological FunctionsAquatic Science Center$875,000Contra CostaEcosystem Restoration Program
2011-2012Salinity Effects on Native and Introduced Submerged Aquatic VegetationSan Francisco State University$412,405MarinEcosystem Restoration Program
2011-2012Survival and Migratory Patterns of Juvenile Spring and Fall-Run Chinook SalmonThe Regents of the University of California, Davis$2,105,911MultipleEcosystem Restoration Program
2011-2012Identifying Habitat Characteristics That Support Native Fish in the Delta and Suisun MarshThe Regents of the University of California, Davis$1,152,194MultipleEcosystem Restoration Program
2011-2012Ecological Performance of Fishes in an Ever-Changing EstuaryThe Regents of the University of California, Davis$472,991YoloEcosystem Restoration Program
2013-2014Managing Natural Resources for Adaptive Capacity: The Central Valley Chinook Salmon PortfolioThe Regents of the University of California, Berkeley$489,343MultipleEcosystem Restoration Program
2013-2014Supporting a Multi-Agency Fish Tracking Array in the Sacramento/San JoaquinThe Regents of the University of California, Davis$2,837,386MultipleEcosystem Restoration Program
2014-2015Developing a Protocol for Net Carbon Sequestration from Restoration of Eastern Sierra MeadowsCalifornia Trout, Inc.$921,766TulareWetland Restoration for GHG Reduction
2014-2015Mountain Meadows Restoration Project at Greenville Creek and Upper Goodrich and Effects on Greenhouse GassesPlumas Corporation$679,566MultipleWetland Restoration for GHG Reduction
2014-2015Sherman Island Restoration ProjectReclamation District 341$10,386,139SacramentoWetland Restoration for GHG Reduction
2014-2015Middle Martis Creek Wetland RestorationTruckee River Watershed Council$594,176PlacerWetland Restoration for GHG Reduction
2014-2015A Demonstration of the Carbon Sequestration and Biodiversity Benefits of Beaver and Beaver Dam Analogue Restoration TechniquesThe Regents of the University of California, Davis$539,672TehamaWetland Restoration for GHG Reduction
2014-2015North Campus Open Space Wetlands RestorationThe Regents of the University of California, Santa Barbara$999,989Santa BarbaraWetland Restoration for GHG Reduction
2014-2015Blue Carbon at Elkhorn Slough: Increaseing Regional Carbon Sequestration Through Salt Marsh RestorationElkhorn Slough Foundation, Inc.$2,996,768MontereyWetland Restoration for GHG Reduction
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