We want to support your good work.
From simple ideas to grand plans, sometimes it's hard to know where to start. Through financial assistance, examples, and tools, we want to help you take action for healthy water resources in your neighborhood, city, watershed, and beyond. Join a community of stewards who are changing norms and building the future of clean water.
2019 Grant Programs
Our three grant programs - Watershed Stewardship Grants, Action Grants, and Educator Grants - aim to help make your clean water project or education idea a reality.
We are hosting a grant program info session on May 14th, 6:30-7:30pm. Visit rpbcwd.org/whats-happening and go to May 14th for more information. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watershed Stewardship Grants
Funding and technical help for projects that protect and improve water resources.
Examples: Raingardens, buffers, habitat restoration, tree trenches, rainwater reuse.
Who can apply: Homeowners, Non-profits, Schools, Businesses, Local Government
Small, simple grants for team projects and activities that protect clean water.
Examples: an Earth day clean-up, planting native flowers with a group of friends.
Who can apply: Residents, Students, Local businesses, Groups or troops
Support for educators to incorporate water resources into their teaching.
Examples: a trip to a nature center, building terrariums, nets for exploring a creek.
Who can apply: Teachers and Informal Educators