CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife – Ecosystem and Watershed Restoration Grant Program Overview

CA Dept. of Fish and
Wildlife – Ecosystem and Watershed Restoration Grant Program Overview

Jason Roeh has been a biologist with the CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife since 2006.  He has reviewed, developed, and managed grants for several programs within the Department, including the CALFED Ecosystem Restoration Program, Wetlands Restoration for Greenhouse Gas Reduction, and Proposition 1 Grant Programs. Jason received his Bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

The CDFW has already awarded $40M in Proposition 1 funds for water quality, river and watershed
protection, and restoration projects for vital waterways throughout California. The awards include $28M through the Watershed Restoration Grant Program to projects
of statewide importance outside of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, and $12M
through the Delta Water Quality and Ecosystem Restoration Grant Program to
projects that directly benefit the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Each of these
multi-benefit projects addresses the priorities outlined in the 2016
Proposition 1 Restoration Grant Programs Solicitation and the California Water
Action Plan. Priorities include: protecting and restoring mountain meadow
ecosystems, managing headwaters for multiple benefits, protecting and restoring
anadromous fish habitat, and protecting and restoring coastal wetland
ecosystems. Members of the CDFW will summarize the grant program
including eligible projects, potential clients, funding requirements, and more.

 

 

 

Date:  Jan 17, 2017

Time: 11:30 - 1:00pm

Details: Firehouse Restaurant 

1112 2nd St, Sacramento, CA 95814

Check in and Networking 11:30am-12:00 noon

Luncheon: 

Menu Selection: 

Chicken and Brie Sandwich - Caramelized figs, toasted almond, wild arugula sliced, fresh thyme mustard
Bavette Steak and White Prawn Salad - Endive lettuce, chicory, feta cheese, cherry tomato, red onion, citrus-oregano vinaigrette
Roasted Brussels Sprouts Risotto - Ver jus, burrata cheese, root vegetables

Register by:   Jan 16,2017

Cost to Attend:

Advance Registration Discount: (Must sumbit online payment by COB Friday, Jan 13, 2017)

Members: $25 + $0.90 cc fee (Corporate or Individual Membership paid in the last 12 months)

Non Members: $35 + $1.10 cc fee

Walk-ins: $40.00

 

 



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