San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #38 – September 10, 2021

AGENDA
September 10, 2021
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
VIRTUAL MEETING

ZOOM Meeting Information:
For live, online viewing of meeting, go to this address:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/96517077363?pwd=N1NVR0NUQklvSUJEUXErSElVNmdPdz09
Passcode: 869321

To participate remotely by telephone:
Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
        +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
        +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
        +1 253 215 8782 (Tacoma)

Meeting ID: 965 1707 7363
Passcode: 869321

 

Desired Outcomes of Meeting:

  • Attendees are informed of Water Trail-related activities, progress, and accomplishments.
  • Attendees discuss Water Trail implementation priorities
  • Attendees informed of water access planning for the Lower Walnut Creek Restoration Project
  • Attendees informed of Great Delta Trail Master Plan and water trail opportunities

 

Time Agenda Item
10:00 Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, and Meeting Ground Rules
10:10 Updates and Announcements from Water Trail Staff, Project Management Team, and Advisory Committee Members
10:45 2021/22 Water Trail Implementation Priorities
11:00 Lower Walnut Creek Restoration Project Water Access Planning
11:20 Great Delta Trail Master Plan and Water Access Update  
11:45 Public Comments  
12:00 Adjourn  

 

Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Project Management Team; times are approximate.

Questions regarding this meeting may be addressed to Avra Heller, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, at (510) 286-1212, or avra.heller@scc.ca.gov.

Any person who has a disability and requires reasonable accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact Avra Heller (contact information above) no later than five days prior to the meeting.

 

San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #37 – June 18, 2021

AGENDA

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Location – VIRTUAL MEETING

Please click this URL to join Zoom webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/96312410067?pwd=MUNLaTE2OS9PR3RmVVVBQ0M4TUtvQT09

Passcode: 035802

Or join by phone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 253 215 8782 (Tacoma)
Meeting ID: 963 1241 0067
Passcode: 035802

 

Desired Outcomes of Meeting:

  • Attendees are informed of Water Trail-related activities, progress, and accomplishments.
  • Attendees informed of Literacy for Environmental Justice grant proposal.
  • Attendees informed of “Best of the Bay Trail and Bay Area Water Trail” guidebook.

 

Time – Agenda Items

10:00 – Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, and Meeting Ground Rules / Zoom Logistics

10:10 – Updates and Announcements from Water Trail Staff, Project Management Team, and Advisory Committee Members

10:50 – Literacy for Environmental Justice – Water Trail Grant Proposal

11:10 – Presentation on the “Best of the Bay Trail and Bay Area Water Trail” guidebook

11:45 – Public Comments

12:00 – Adjourn

 

Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Project Management Team; times are approximate.

Questions regarding this meeting and any accessibility needs may be addressed to Avra Heller, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, at (510) 286-1212, or avra.heller@scc.ca.gov.

San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #36 – March 5, 2021

AGENDA

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Location – VIRTUAL MEETING

Please click this URL to join Zoom webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/96517077363?pwd=N1NVR0NUQklvSUJEUXErSElVNmdPdz09
Passcode: 869321

Or join by phone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 253 215 8782 (Tacoma)
Meeting ID: 965 1707 7363
Passcode: 869321

Desired Outcomes of Meeting:

  • Attendees are informed of Water Trail-related activities, progress, and accomplishments.
  • Attendees informed of Literacy for Environmental Justice grant proposal.
  • Attendees informed of Waterside Workshop programs.
  • After receiving Advisory Committee guidance, Project Management Team makes consensus-based decisions on trailhead designations of Bay Point Regional Shoreline.

Time – Agenda Items

10:00 – Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, and Meeting Ground Rules / Zoom Logistics

10:10 – Updates and Announcements from Water Trail Staff, Project Management Team, and Advisory Committee Members

10:50 – Literacy for Environmental Justice – Water Trail Grant Proposal

11:15 – Break

11:20 – Waterside Workshops Programs Presentation

11:45 – Trailhead Designation Consideration: Bay Point Regional Shoreline

• Presentation and Site Description review
• Discussion with Advisory Committee
• Public comments
• Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
• Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:30– Public Comments

1:00 – Adjourn

Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Project Management Team; times are approximate.

Questions regarding this meeting and any accessibility needs may be addressed to Avra Heller, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, at (510) 286-1212, or avra.heller@scc.ca.gov.

FY ’22 Request for Partnership Proposals/Letters of Interest for the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program

NOTE:

This is a call-for preproposals for projects who would like to partner with the California State Coastal Conservancy in order to apply for US Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Coastal Wetlands Conservation (NCWC) Program funding.

  1. a) This is NOT the official NCWC call for applications.
  2. b) Projects hoping to receive NCWC funding are NOT required to apply through the Coastal Conservancy. As stated below, there are six other state agencies who are also designated to apply for these funds for the projects in California. However, should a project wish to work with the Coastal Conservancy to manage and administer a potential future grant, please read the following announcement, and if you feel your project fits the NCWC criteria, please submit a brief (~2-4 page) letter of interest via email to  avra.heller@scc.ca.gov by 5 PM PST on March 11th, 2021 (see further details below).

 

The California State Coastal Conservancy (Conservancy) seeks partners for joint applications to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 round of the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) National Coastal Wetlands Conservation (NCWC) Grant Program for coastal wetlands acquisition and/or restoration projects on the California coast or along the San Francisco Bay shoreline.  Only seven designated state agencies, including the Conservancy, are eligible to apply for NCWC grants in California. However, the Conservancy can work in partnership with state and local agencies, tribes, and certain non-profits to develop and submit NCWC proposals.  The Conservancy can pass through NCWC grant funds to its partners to implement projects.  While federal agencies can’t receive NCWC grant funds, NCWC-funded projects can be implemented on federal lands.

 

If your project is selected by the Conservancy during this initial proposal phase, the Conservancy will work with you to prepare a NCWC grant proposal, which may or may not be awarded funding by the USFWS. The Conservancy will not award state funding grants directly through this solicitation.  The USFWS selects proposals for award through a merit-based, national competitive review process. The deadline to submit NCWC proposals to the USFWS for FY 2022 will be June 25, 2021.  If projects are awarded a NCWC grant, funding should be available for implementation by late Spring / early Summer of 2022. USFWS will need to review and approve all project-related environmental compliance requirements before making funding available. A full description of the NCWC program can be found here:  https://www.fws.gov/coastal/CoastalGrants/

 

NCWC provides grants of up to $1,000,000 for the protection and/or restoration of coastal wetlands.  Grants are for project implementation, although it is permissible to utilize a small amount (~15%) of the grant for biological surveys or monitoring, planning and permitting if those activities are closely tied to implementation. Projects should be ready for implementation in Summer 2022 or 2023.  Projects will be more competitive if the project area is primarily made up of jurisdictional wetlands. The NCWC grant program requires a non-federal match of at least 25% of the total project cost, consisting of either cash or in-kind contributions, and additional points are awarded for match of up to 33% of the total project cost.  The Conservancy may be able to provide some or all of the required match, but project partners providing their own match will increase the Conservancy’s capacity to carry out more projects.  The NCWC program also prioritizes projects that involve multiple partners providing a cash or in-kind contribution. All projects must ensure long-term (at least 20 years) conservation of coastal resources.

 

Eligible Applicants: Non-federal public agencies, tribes, and certain nonprofit organizations are eligible to receive Costal Conservancy pass-through funding. To be eligible, a nonprofit organization must qualify under the provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

 

Eligible Activities include:

  1. Acquisition of a real property interest (e.g., conservation easement or fee title) in coastal lands or waters (coastal wetlands ecosystems) from willing sellers or partners for long-term conservation;
  2. Restoration, enhancement, or management of coastal wetlands ecosystems; or
  3. A combination of acquisition, restoration, and management.

Ineligible Activities include, but are not limited to:

  1. Projects that primarily benefit navigation, irrigation, flood control, or mariculture;
  2. Acquisition, restoration, enhancement or management of lands required as the result of a regulatory or decision-making process to mitigate habitat losses;
  3. Creation of wetlands where wetlands did not previously exist;
  4. Enforcement of fish and wildlife laws and regulations, except when necessary for the accomplishment of approved project purposes;
  5. Research;
  6. Planning as a primary project focus;
  7. Operations and maintenance, including long-term invasive species management;
  8. Acquisition and/or restoration of upper portions of watersheds where benefits to the coastal wetlands ecosystem are not significant and direct; and
  9. Projects providing less than 20 years of conservation benefits.

 

This year’s FY 2022 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), is not yet posted, but last year’s NOFO (which will have very similar terms) is available here as a reference: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=324653.

 

Letter of Interest Submittal:

To indicate your interest in partnering with the Conservancy on a NCWC proposal, please submit a brief (~2-4 page) letter of interest via email to avra.heller@scc.ca.gov. The letter should include the following information:

1) 1-2 sentence summary of the proposed project,

2) location of the project and its relevance to NCWC’s coastal wetland restoration goals,

3) description of the need for the project,

4) description of the proposed project and how it addresses the need,

5) estimated project cost and description of the potential match funding (the most competitive applications provide at least 33% of the total project costs as match),

6) approximate timeline for project implementation (include information of the status of project design and environmental review for restoration projects),

7) indicate whether you have a willing seller for acquisition projects, and

8) list of potential project partners and their roles in the project.  Include a map showing the project area and providing the approximate acreage of the project area and acreage of coastal wetlands within the project area.

Letters of Interest must be received by 5 PM PST on March 11th 2021.

 

Questions? Questions about the application process and potential projects may be directed to Avra Heller, External Grants Manager, 510-286-1212, avra.heller@scc.ca.gov

San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #35 – December 11, 2020

AGENDA

10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Location – VIRTUAL MEETING

Please click this URL to join Zoom webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/96517077363?pwd=N1NVR0NUQklvSUJEUXErSElVNmdPdz09
Passcode: 869321

Or join by phone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 253 215 8782 (Tacoma)
Meeting ID: 965 1707 7363
Passcode: 869321

Desired Outcomes of Meeting:

  • Attendees are informed of Water Trail-related activities, progress, and accomplishments.
  • Attendees informed of Point Pinole ADA Access Grant Proposal.
  • After receiving Advisory Committee guidance, Project Management Team makes a consensus-based decision on trailhead designation of Crane Cove Park, San Francisco.

Time – Agenda Items

10:00 – Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, and Meeting Ground Rules / Zoom Logistics

10:10 – Updates and Announcements from Water Trail Staff, Project Management Team, and Advisory Committee Members

10:30 – Water Trail Program Update and 2021 Priorities Discussion

11:00 – Point Pinole ADA Water Access Project – Water Trail Grant

  • Presentation and grant application overview
  • Discussion with Advisory Committee
  • Public comments
  • Project Management Team discussion on grant authorization

11:20 – BREAK

11:30 – Trailhead Designation Consideration: Crane Cove Park, San Francisco

• Presentation and Site Description review
• Discussion with Advisory Committee
• Public comments
• Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
• Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:15– Public Comments

12:30 – Adjourn

Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Project Management Team; times are approximate.

Questions regarding this meeting may be addressed to Avra Heller, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, at avra.heller@scc.ca.gov.

San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #34 – September 18, 2020

AGENDA

10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Location – VIRTUAL MEETING

Please click this URL to join Zoom webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/92189490950?pwd=WGdYQ0RZeHlwZEZuMitweWJtWmZqZz09

Passcode: 870128

 

Or join by phone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
+1 669 900 6833  or;
+1 253 215 8782  or;
+1 346 248 7799

Webinar ID: 921 8949 0950
Passcode: 870128

 

Desired Outcomes of Meeting:

  • Attendees are informed of Water Trail-related activities, progress, and accomplishments.
  • Attendees informed of Burlingame Shoreline Park design and status.
  • After receiving Advisory Committee guidance, Project Management Team makes consensus-based decisions on trailhead designations of Belden’s Landing Boat Launch.

Time – Agenda Items

10:00 – Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, and Meeting Ground Rules / Zoom Logistics

10:10 – Updates and Announcements from Water Trail Staff, Project Management Team, and Advisory Committee Members

10:40 – Water Trail Safety Update

10:50 – Sausalito Community Boating Center – Water Trail Grant

  • Presentation and grant application overview
  • Discussion with Advisory Committee
  • Public comments

11:10 – Burlingame Shoreline Park Presentation and Discussion

11:30 – BREAK

11:40 – Trailhead Designation Consideration: Belden’s Landing Boat Launch, Suisun

• Presentation and Site Description review
• Discussion with Advisory Committee
• Public comments
• Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
• Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:15– Public Comments

12:30 – Adjourn

Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Project Management Team; times are approximate.

Questions regarding this meeting may be addressed to Avra Heller, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, at avra.heller@scc.ca.gov.

San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #33 – June 12, 2020

AGENDA

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Location – VIRTUAL MEETING

Please click this URL to join Zoom webinar: https://zoom.us/j/96659468884?pwd=U3puL2lzKy9CcThrZExxenN6VlZZdz09

Password: 313683

Or join by phone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
+1 669 900 6833  or;
+1 253 215 8782  or;
+1 346 248 7799  or;
+1 929 205 6099  or;
+1 301 715 8592  or;
+1 312 626 6799

Webinar ID: 966 5946 8884
Password: 313683

Desired Outcomes of Meeting:

  • Attendees are informed of Water Trail-related activities, progress, and accomplishments.
  • Attendees informed of new draft guidelines for the Water Trail Grant Program.
  • Attendees discuss Water Trail challenges and opportunities from COVID19
  • After receiving Advisory Committee guidance, Project Management Team makes consensus-based decisions on trailhead designations of Candlestick Point State Recreation Area and China Camp State Park.

Time – Agenda Items

10:00 – Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, and Meeting Ground Rules / Zoom Logistics

10:10 – Updates and Announcements from Water Trail Staff, Project Management Team, and Advisory Committee Members

10:40 – Water Trail Grant Program Guidelines

10:50 – Water Trail and COVID19 challenges and opportunities

11:15 – BREAK

11:20 – Trailhead Designation Consideration: Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, San Francisco

• Presentation and Site Description review
• Discussion with Advisory Committee
• Public comments
• Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
• Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:00 – Trailhead Designation Consideration: China Camp State Park, Marin County

• Presentation and Site Description review
• Discussion with Advisory Committee
• Public comments
• Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
• Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:40 – Public Comments

1:00 – Adjourn

Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Project Management Team; times are approximate.

Questions regarding this meeting may be addressed to Avra Heller, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, at avra.heller@scc.ca.gov.

San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #33 – April 3, 2020

AGENDA

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Location

Elihu M. Harris State Office Building
1515 Clay Street, 2nd Floor, Room 12
Oakland, California

Conference Call / Webinar Information:
To participate remotely by telephone, dial 1-866-434-5269; Participant code: 8934475#. Please use your mute button when not speaking and do not put us on hold.

For live, online viewing of meeting materials, go to www.gotomeeting.com, Meeting ID #111-006-093

Desired Outcomes of Meeting:

  • Attendees are informed of Water Trail-related activities, progress, and accomplishments.
  • Attendees informed of new draft guidelines for the Water Trail Grant Program.
  • Attendees informed of US Coast Guard non-motorized small boat safety trends.
  • Attendees informed of Literacy for Environmental Justice kayak programs.
  • After receiving Advisory Committee guidance, Project Management Team makes consensus-based decisions on trailhead designations of Candlestick Point State Recreation Area and China Camp State Park.

Time – Agenda Items

10:00 – Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, and Meeting Ground Rules

10:10 – Updates and Announcements from Water Trail Staff, Project Management Team, and Advisory Committee Members

10:40 – Water Trail Grant Program Guidelines

10:50 – US Coast Guard / Water Trail Safety Update

11:15 – BREAK

11:25 – Trailhead Designation Consideration: Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, San Francisco

• Presentation and Site Description review
• Discussion with Advisory Committee
• Public comments
• Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
• Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:00 – Literacy for Environmental Justice  – Kayak Programs Presentation

12:20 – Trailhead Designation Consideration: China Camp State Park, Marin County

• Presentation and Site Description review
• Discussion with Advisory Committee
• Public comments
• Advisory Committee consensus guidance to Project Management Team on trailhead designation
• Project Management Team discussion and decision on conditional designation

12:50 – Public Comments

1:00 – Adjourn

 

Agenda items may be taken out of sequence at the discretion of the Project Management Team; times are approximate.

Questions regarding this meeting may be addressed to Avra Heller, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, by phone at (510) 286-1212, or by email at avra.heller@scc.ca.gov.

The meeting room is wheelchair accessible. Any person who has a disability and requires reasonable accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact Avra Heller (contact information above) no later than five days prior to the meeting.

Reminder – to enter the State Building, you will have to pass through airport-like security. Pocket knives, pointy scissors, or anything else that might be regarded as a potential weapon will be confiscated (and returned to you on exiting the building).

Request for Partnership Proposals/Letters of Interest for the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program

NOTE:

This is a call-for preproposals for projects who would like to partner with the California State Coastal Conservancy in order to apply for US Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Coastal Wetlands Conservation (NCWC) Program funding.

  1. a) This is NOT the official NCWC call for applications.
  2. b) Projects hoping to receive NCWC funding are NOT required to apply through the Coastal Conservancy. As stated below, there are six other state agencies who are also designated to apply for these funds for the projects in California. However, should a project wish to work with the Coastal Conservancy to manage and administer a potential future grant, please read the following announcement, and if you feel your project fits the NCWC criteria, please submit a brief (~2-4 page) letter of interest via email to avra.heller@scc.ca.gov by 5 PM PST on March 2nd, 2020 (see further details below).

The California State Coastal Conservancy (Conservancy) seeks partners for joint applications to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 round of the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) National Coastal Wetlands Conservation (NCWC) Grant Program for coastal wetlands acquisition and/or restoration projects on the California coast or along the San Francisco Bay shoreline.  Only seven designated state agencies, including the Conservancy, are eligible to apply for NCWC grants in California. However, the Conservancy can work in partnership with state and local agencies, tribes, and certain non-profits to develop and submit NCWC proposals.  The Conservancy can pass through NCWC grant funds to its partners to implement projects.  While federal agencies can’t receive NCWC grant funds, NCWC-funded projects can be implemented on federal lands.

If your project is selected by the Conservancy during this initial proposal phase, the Conservancy will work with you to prepare a NCWC grant proposal, which may or may not be awarded funding by the USFWS. The Conservancy will not award state funding grants directly through this solicitation.  The USFWS selects proposals for award through a merit-based, national competitive review process. The deadline to submit NCWC proposals to the USFWS for FY 2021 has not been set, but is expected to be in late June 2020.  If projects are awarded a NCWC grant, funding will be available for implementation as early as Spring 2021.  USFWS will need to meet its project-related environmental compliance requirements before making funding available. A full description of the NCWC program can be found here:  https://www.fws.gov/coastal/CoastalGrants/

NCWC provides grants of up to $1,000,000 for the protection and/or restoration of coastal wetlands.  Grants are for project implementation, although it is permissible to utilize a small amount (~15%) of the grant for biological surveys or monitoring, planning and permitting if those activities are closely tied to implementation. Projects should be ready for implementation in Summer 2021 or 2022.  Projects will be more competitive if the project area is primarily made up of jurisdictional wetlands. The NCWC grant program requires a non-federal match of at least 25% of the total project cost, consisting of either cash or in-kind contributions, and additional points are awarded for match of up to 33% of the total project cost.  The Conservancy may be able to provide some or all of the required match, but project partners providing their own match will increase the Conservancy’s capacity to carry out more projects.  The NCWC program also prioritizes projects that involve multiple partners providing a cash or in-kind contribution. All projects must ensure long-term (at least 20 years) conservation of coastal resources.

 

Eligible Activities include:

  1. Acquisition of a real property interest (e.g., conservation easement or fee title) in coastal lands or waters (coastal wetlands ecosystems) from willing sellers or partners for long-term conservation;
  2. Restoration, enhancement, or management of coastal wetlands ecosystems; or
  3. A combination of acquisition, restoration, and management.

Ineligible Activities include, but are not limited to:

  1. Projects that primarily benefit navigation, irrigation, flood control, or mariculture;
  2. Acquisition, restoration, enhancement or management of lands required as the result of a regulatory or decision-making process to mitigate habitat losses;
  3. Creation of wetlands where wetlands did not previously exist;
  4. Enforcement of fish and wildlife laws and regulations, except when necessary for the accomplishment of approved project purposes;
  5. Research;
  6. Planning as a primary project focus;
  7. Operations and maintenance, including long-term invasive species management;
  8. Acquisition and/or restoration of upper portions of watersheds where benefits to the coastal wetlands ecosystem are not significant and direct; and
  9. Projects providing less than 20 years of conservation benefits.

More information about NCWC grants, including last year’s FY 2020 Notice of Funding Opportunity, is available here: https://www.fws.gov/coastal/CoastalGrants/. Please again note that the FY 2021 Notice of Funding Opportunity for the NCWC program has not yet been released, but it is anticipated to be very similar to last year’s document.

 

Letter of Interest Submittal:

To indicate your interest in partnering with the Conservancy on a NCWC proposal, please submit a brief (~2-4 page) letter of interest via email to avra.heller@scc.ca.gov, by 5 PM PST on March 2nd, 2020.

The letter should include the following information:

1) 1-2 sentence summary of proposed project,

2) location of the project and its relevance to NCWC’s coastal wetland restoration goals,

3) description of the need for the project,

4) description of the proposed project and how it addresses the need,

5) estimated project cost and description of potential match,

6) approximate timeline for project implementation (include information of the status of project design and environmental review for restoration projects),

7) indicate whether you have a willing seller for acquisition projects, and

8) list of potential project partners and their roles in the project.  Include a map showing the project area and providing the approximate acreage of the project area and acreage of coastal wetlands within the project area.

 

Eligible Applicants: Non-federal public agencies, tribes, and certain nonprofit organizations are eligible for funding. To be eligible, a nonprofit organization must qualify under the provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

 

Questions? Questions about the application process and potential projects may be directed to Avra Heller, External Grants Manager, 510-286-1212, avra.heller@scc.ca.gov

San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #32 – December 6, 2019

Time

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Location

Elihu M. Harris State Office Building
1515 Clay Street, 10th Floor, Del Norte Conference Room
Oakland, California

Conference Call / Webinar Information:
To participate remotely by telephone, dial 1-877-336-1829; Participant code: 555450#. Please use your mute button when not speaking and do not put us on hold.

For live, online viewing of meeting materials, go to www.gotomeeting.com, Meeting ID #679-941-269

Agenda Items:

  • Introduction of BCDC’s new representative on the PMT
  • Update from staff on Water Trail progress
  • An opportunity for updates from the Advisory Committee
  • Review of the Draft Bay Area Boardsailing Plan – We welcome public comments. Please send any comments to Ben Botkin (bbotkin@bayareametro.gov) by Wednesday, December 4th.
  • A review of safety trends
  • Announcement of next year’s meeting dates
  • Opportunity for public comments or updates

Questions regarding this meeting may be addressed to Avra Heller, Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, by phone at (510) 286-1212, or by email at avra.heller@scc.ca.gov.

The meeting room is wheelchair accessible. Any person who has a disability and requires reasonable accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact Avra Heller (contact information above) no later than five days prior to the meeting.

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