Below are resources relevant to the CDFW Prop 1 Grant Programs including program information; grantee guidance; data management, monitoring, and assessment; and planning documents.
This section provides resources for Grantees to assist with the administration and management of their Proposition 1 CDFW grants.
Grant agreements will contain the General Grant Provisions outlined in these documents as applicable for public, non-public, and federal entities.
Grantees must complete and submit Quarterly and Project Close-out Reports and Invoices per their Grant Agreement.Templates are provided below.
Grantees must complete and submit the below administrative forms before a grant agreement can be executed.
Grantees must include signage, to the extent practicable, informing the public that the project received funds through CDFW from the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014. The sign should include the following:
Download ZIP file containing:
Data management tools required of projects with applicable data types
Recommended methods for monitoring and assessment of projects
Recommended approaches to project Adaptive Management
Planning documents the CDFW Proposition 1 grant programs are implementing
Watershed Restoration Grants Branch1416 Ninth Street, 12th Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814WatershedGrants@wildlife.ca.gov