A grant from East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District can help you and your community get your idea off the ground.
EMSWCD is now accepting applications for 2023 Partners in Conservation (PIC) Grants. A total of $700,000 is available for activities, projects, and programs that focus on
-soil health and water quality
-reducing and addressing climate impacts
-sustainable agriculture and community gardens
-outdoor and garden education programs
-fish and wildlife habitat restoration.
These grants also advance our goal of building the capacity and structures necessary for equitable access to land and water, and conservation outcomes for low-income communities and people of color. A variety of community-led projects will receive funding.
Details here: http://www.emswcd.org/apply
Apply online! Sign up and fill out our online application by 4 p.m. Dec. 14, 2022. The minimum grant award is $5,000. The maximum is $70,000 (10% of total funding available). Grants may take up to two years to complete. Projects and participants must be from the eastern portion of Multnomah County.
Want help with your application?
Make an appointment to meet with grant program staff to discuss your application ideas.
Call or email Grant Program Manager, Heather Nelson Kent at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a smaller project? If you have a small community project that meets our goals, consider applying for up to $2,000 in support from our Small Projects and Community Events (SPACE) grants. These grants are awarded monthly on a first-come, first-served basis. Find out more here. https://emswcd.org/grants-and-cost-share/apply/space/
For more information, please visit emswcd.org/grants