Training and Workshops for Potential Proposition 1 Applicants
Below are opportunities for current or potential Proposition 1 Grant Program applicants to learn more about the Proposition 1 Grant Program or topics relevant to successful project development and implementation.
This page is continually updated. If there are no workshops or training highlighted, be sure to check back regularly.
Proposition 1 Ecosystem Restoration and Water Quality Grant Program Workshop
The Proposition 1 Grant Program Workshop occurred on June 20, 2017. A recording of the workshop can be found here.
- Welcome/Introductions (10 min)
- Successful applicant introduction
- Grant Program Overview & Changes to 2017-18 Grant Cycle (10 min)
- Public comments (10 min)
- Application Process Overview and Key Application Components (20 min)
- Discussion of performance monitoring and assessment requirements
- Successful Applicant Q&A (10 min)
- General Q&A (20 min)
California Rapid Assessment Method (CRAM) for Wetlands – Various
The California Rapid Assessment Method (CRAM) for Wetlands is part of the Wetland and Riparian Area Monitoring Plan (WRAMP) toolkit that is recommended for consideration with wetland projects under Proposition 1. Training on CRAM is available online (see cramwetlands.org/training for full details) and upcoming General and Manager CRAM training classes in the region are included below:
5-day General CRAM Training July 10 – July 14, 2017 Roseville
2-day Manager CRAM Training July 27 – July 28, 2017 Richmond
2-day Manager CRAM Training July 31 – August 1, 2017 Sacramento
Riparian Restoration Summit – October 17-19, 2017
California Department of Water Resources, Urban Streams Restoration Program, the Riparian Habitat Join Venture, and the University of California, Davis are sponsoring an upcoming summit on riparian restoration and conservation in a changing climate on October 17-19 at UC Davis. View the save the date flyer.