CDFW Cannabis Restoration Grant Program: 2023 Proposal Solicitation Notices Are Open for the Qualified Cultivator Funding Opportunity (QCFO) and the Cleanup, Remediation, and Watershed Enhancement (CRWE) Funding Opportunity
CDFW is accepting applications for projects submitted under the Cannabis Restoration Grant Program, 2022-2023 Qualified Cultivator Funding Opportunity and the 2022-2023 Cleanup, Remediation, and Watershed Enhancement Funding Opportunity. Both funding opportunities are open, continuous, and non-competitive. Over 20 million dollars is available statewide to assist qualified cannabis cultivators become fully licensed while implementing conservation measures and to restore watersheds and wildlife habitat impacted by cannabis cultivation. Grants are provided through the Environmental Restoration and Protection Account pursuant to Revenue and Taxation Code section 34019(f)(2).
For more information, please review the 2022-2023 Qualified Cultivator Proposal Solicitation Notice (PDF) and the 2022-2023 Cleanup, Remediation, and Watershed Enhancement Proposal Solicitation Notice (PDF), including the project priorities and application requirements. Eligible pre-applicants will be asked to submit a full application in CDFW’s WebGrants. More information is available on the Cannabis Restoration Grant Program website.