San Francisco Bay Restoration Funding Forum, May 3

Two federal funders of wetland restoration projects have five to ten times their usual levels of funding. If you’re thinking about applying for federal funds but aren’t sure which programs are the best fit for your project, join us for a conversation with the staff who run them and get your questions answered. We will also discuss state and regional funding programs focused on San Francisco Bay restoration.

Join the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), State Coastal Conservancy (SCC), San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority (SFBRA), and San Francisco Bay Joint Venture on May 3rd at from 1-3pm for a virtual forum to learn about funding opportunities for restoration projects in the San Francisco Bay Area!

These funds are focused on habitat restoration but may include green-gray and multi-objective restoration projects.

Come hear brief presentations from the following agencies:

  • EPA – two funding programs
  • NOAA – four funding programs
  • SFBRA and SCC – three funding programs

Following the presentations and a 15-minute panel discussion, we will have breakout rooms with each staff person available for you to visit and ask questions.

RSVP and submit questions at this link(link is external). Please contact Sara Haugen, SFBRA Project Manager, at if you have any questions about registering.

Hosted by EPA, NOAA, SCC, SFBRA, and the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture.

P.S. The SFBJV hosts a funding working group monthly on second Thursdays from 3-4pm. You can find their list of current grant opportunities here(link is external). Contact Nikki Roach, SFBJV Policy and Communications Coordinator, at to learn more.

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