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- Information Regarding Coyote Valley Sobrato South Acquisition Potential FundingOn June 18, 2020, the State Coastal Conservancy will consider authorization to disburse up to $5,000,000 to the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority to acquire the approximately 235-acre Sobrato South property for wildlife habitat protection, water quality protection, agricultural preservation, open space and public access, as part of a larger Coyote Valley open space […] (Read more on Information Regarding Coyote...)
- Central and South Coast Proposition 1 Grant SolicitationProposition 1 grants fund multi-benefit ecosystem and watershed protection and restoration projects. The Conservancy adopted its Proposition 1 Grant Program Guidelines in September 2016. Priority project types include: water sustainability improvements, anadromous fish habitat enhancement, wetland restoration and urban greening. For more details on the Coastal Conservancy’s priorities, please review our Strategic Plan. Our current solicitation seeks to fund projects in […] (Read more on Central and South...)
- Press Release: Coastal Conservancy Awards over $8.2 million in First Ever Virtual Board MeetingOakland, CA – Today, in its first ever virtual Board meeting, the Coastal Conservancy Authorized $8.2 million in grant funding for projects to restore, protect and increase access to the California Coast and San Francisco Bay. Due to state and local Shelter-In-Place orders, members of the Conservancy’s Board, staff and the public convened via teleconference […] (Read more on Press Release: Coastal...)