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Grants/Forms

Forms
SF270
SF271
SF424
SF424A
SF424D
SF424C
SF424B
SF425
SF-425 (pdf - 109 KB) (Not 508 Compliant/Not VI Compliant)
SF425
SF-425_Instructions (508 Compliant/Not VI Compliant)
Misc
Budget and Project Costs Worksheets (interactive xls - 51 KB) (Not 508 Compliant/Not VI Compliant)
Misc Project Benefit Worksheet (fillable pdf - 26 KB) (Not 508 Compliant/Not VI Compliant)

non-interactive graphic of a waterdropWater Conservation Field Services Grant Program

Although the Water Conservation Field Services Grant Program is no longer active, the program was designed to encourage water conservation, assist water agencies to develop and implement effective water management and conservation plans, coordinate with State and other local conservation plan efforts, and generally foster improved water management on a regional, statewide and watershed basis.  The list of previous grant awards are provide to serve as examples of projects that could be implemented.
Previous Grants Awarded
(xls - 56 KB) (Not 508 Compliant/Not VI Compliant)

non-interactive graphic of a waterdropCALFED Water Use Efficiency Grant Program

CALFED Solution Area (pdf - 123 KB) (508 Compliant/VI Compliant)

The CALFED Water Use Efficiency Grant Program (WUE) was established to develop a long-term comprehensive plan that will restore ecological health and improve water management for beneficial uses of the Bay-Delta system. A key element in of the CALFED program and mission is water use efficiency. The goal of the WUE Grant Program is to accelerate the implementation of cost-effective actions that provide state-wide benefits through water conservation. Water use efficiency can reduce the demand for Bay-Delta water and can result in significant benefits to water quality, water supply reliability, and in stream flows.
Previous Grants Awarded  (xls - 43 KB) (Not 508 Compliant/Not VI Compliant)

NOTE: 
Please use these examples as template/guides when you fill out your application - Example guides:  Urban (pdf - 99 KB) (Not 508 Compliant [Unicode]/Not VI Compliant)  |  Agricultural (pdf - 1.1 MB) (Not 508 Compliant/Not VI Compliant)

non-interactive graphic of a waterdropWaterSMART Grant Program

WaterSMART grants are part of the strategic plan for implementing the Secure Water Act that includes the facilitation of basin-wide water management improvements.  The Water Conservation Initiative includes two types of Challenge Grants that focus on water conservation and water use efficiency:

1. Water and Energy Efficiency Grants: Emphasize water use efficiency projects that produce “real water savings,” improve water management by increasing the use of renewable energy or efficient energy use, address endangered species concerns, and create water banks/markets, http://www.usbr.gov/WaterSMART/weeg/prev.html

2. System Optimization reviews for system-wide efficiency planning. http://www.usbr.gov/WaterSMART/sor/prev.html

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February 11, 2014