1. Native Plant Conservation Initiative Grants

    Deadline: May 25, 2012 The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is soliciting proposals for 2012 Native Plant Conservation Initiative grants, which are awarded in cooperation with the Plant Conservation Alliance, a partnership between the foundation, ten federal agencies, and more than two hundred and seventy nongovernmental organizations. PCA provides a...
  2. NEEF Every Day 2012 Grants

    Deadline: May 25, 2012 Our nation’s public lands need our support every day. With stretched budgets and limited staff, land managers at federal, state and local public lands need all the help they can get. That help often comes from nonprofit organizations whose missions are focused on serving public land...
  3. AmeriCorps Video and Photo Contest

    Deadline: July 1, 2012   Create a 60 second video or submit a photo that tells a compelling, influential story about how AmeriCorps works and the effect AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps projects have on local communities and the nation.   The theme of the 2012 AmeriCorps video and photo contests...
  4. Pulling Together Initiative Grants

    Deadline: May 18, 2012 Administered by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the Pulling Together Initiative provides funding for programs designed to help control invasive plant species, mostly through the work of public/private partnerships such as cooperative weed management projects. PTI grants provide an opportunity to initiate working partnerships and...
  5. CSPF Competitive Grant Program

    The next deadline for California State Parks Foundation’s Competitive Grant Program is May 24th. These are grants (usually ranging from $200-$6,000) that are awarded to groups to benefit California’s state park system. In general (and as funds permit), CSPF grants will be targeted in four main areas: Volunteer Efforts and...
  6. Western Growers Foundation School Garden Grants

    The Western Growers Foundation, a trade association of Arizona and California farmers who grow, pack, and ship almost half of the produce found in grocery stores across America, is offering grants of up to $1,500 for California and Arizona schools to educate students about nutrition and nature by creating their...
  7. Healthy Trees, Healthy Kids! Nominated for a $10,000 Grant from Odwalla’s Plant a Tree Program

    Growing a little goodness was never so easy.  This Earth Month, Brentwood Academy and East Palo Alto residents can help turn over a new leaf for a local environmental project with the simple click of a mouse.  Through its 2012 Plant a Tree program, Odwalla is donating $10,000 to worthy...
  8. California ReLeaf Wins Bid for Federal Environmental Education Grant

    Nearly $100,000 in competitive subgrants will be available for California communities SAN FRANCISCO — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is awarding $150,000 to California ReLeaf, a nonprofit organization based in Sacramento, Calif., aimed at enhancing environmental education. ReLeaf’s mission is to empower grassroots efforts to preserve and protect California’s urban...
  9. Funding Fairs with CFCC

    California’s Financing Coordinating Committee will be holding a series of Funding Fairs across the state this March, April, and May. The full schedule and details are here. Participating agencies include the California Department of Public Health, California Department of Water Resources, California Department of Housing and Community Development, California Infrastructure...
  10. Port of Long Beach – Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Grant Program

    The Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Grant Program is one of the strategies that the Port uses to reduce the impacts of greenhouse gases (GHGs). While the Port uses best available technologies to mitigate GHGs on its project sites, significant GHG impacts cannot always be addressed.  As a result, the Port...