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November 1, 2022

Request for Proposals for Technical Assistance for Project Development

The NCRP is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals for Technical Assistance for project development for Tribes and economically disadvantaged communities to support grant applications to the following funding programs:

  • NCRP Regional Forest & Fire Capacity (RFFC) program
  • Other funding programs for projects that improve forest health, increase wildfire resilience, and help communities and ecosystems address and adapt to climate change

Selected applicants will receive technical assistance directly from NCRP-approved technical assistance providers and may include site assessments, grant development, mapping and GIS analysis, greenhouse gas calculations, cost estimates, help with permitting, project benefits quantification, and preliminary project design/planning.

All proposals, including supporting documents, must be submitted via the NCRP Project Tracker; please see the NCRP Project Tracker Technical Assistance RFP webpage for instructions and more information.

Proposals will be accepted via the NCRP Project Tracker until February 3, 2023!

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August 15, 2022

NCRP Proposition 1 IRWM Round 2 Project Implementation Funding

The NCRP is pleased to offer implementation funding for projects that help meet the long-term water needs of the state, including:

  • Assisting water infrastructure systems adapt to climate change;
  • Providing incentives throughout each watershed to collaborate in managing the region’s water resources; and
  • Improving regional water self-reliance.

The NCRP anticipates allocating $8,480,000 in funding for the implementation of Priority Projects through the Proposition 1 Integrated Regional Water Management program funding. For more information, see the webpage link below.

On November 4, the NCRP received 24 project proposals for a total grant request of over $24.6 M, with funding match of over $17.3 M and total cost of nearly$42 M.

The NCRP Technical Peer Review Committee reviewed the proposals during the month of November and met on December 1 & 2, to review the project application materials as a group and  developed a recommended suite of priority projects for inclusion into the regional proposal. During the December 9th NCRP Quarterly Meeting, the Leadership Council unanimously approved the TPRC recommendation that included a list of priority projects for inclusion in the NCRP Proposition 1 IRWM Round 2 Implementation Regional Grant to be submitted to the Department of Water Resources on February 1, 2023

Both meetings will be held via zoom and are open to the public. Meeting materials and zoom meeting information will be posted to the following webpage:  NCRP Meetings

NCRP 2022 Proposition 1 IRWM Priority Projects

Organization, Project Name
Area Served
Approved Budget
Yurok Tribe, McKinney Fire Restoration Project

Tribal Northern

$1,218,891

Scott River Watershed Council, East Fork Scott River Green Infrastructure Mountain Meadows Project

Siskiyou

$488,980

Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District, Ranney Collector 2 Rehabilitation Project – Round 2

Humboldt

$712,500

Weaverville Sanitary District, Sewer Lining Project

Trinity

$764,994

City of Weed, Mill Fire Water System Recovery Project

Siskiyou

$748,125

Orick Community Services District, Water Meter Replacement Project

Humboldt

$237,950

Covelo Community Services District, Collection System and WWTP Improvements, Phase 2

Mendocino

$652,037

Mendocino County Resource Conservation District, Rural Tank Program for Water Security and Fire Preparedness in Mendocino County Disadvantaged Communities

Mendocino

$374,967

Shasta Valley Resource Conservation District, Irrigation Ditch Pipeline and Water Efficiency Improvement Project

Siskiyou

$760,009

McKinleyville Community Services District, 4.5MG Water Storage Tank Construction

Humboldt

$879,209

Willow County Water District, Water Main Replacement Project

Mendocino

$503,039

Blue Lake Rancheria, Smart Water Grid 2.0

Tribal Central

$130,500

City of Crescent City, Area Regional Water Supply Augmentation

Del Norte

$500,000

Humboldt County Admin – 6%

Region

$508,800

TOTALS  

$8,480,000

NCRP 2022 Proposition 1 IRWM Round 2 Priority Projects – Contingency Budget Augmentations

Organization, Project Name
Approved Contingency Funding
Weaverville Sanitary District, Sewer Lining Project $382,497
Willow County Water District, Water Main Replacement Project $430,546
Blue Lake Rancheria, Smart Water Grid 2.0 $297,000
City of Crescent City, Area Regional Water Supply Augmentation $498,582
TOTALS $1,608,625
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September 30, 2021

North Coast Resource Partnership Quarterly Meetings

The NCRP Leadership Council and Technical Peer Review Committee Meetings are held quarterly on the third Friday of the following months: January, April, July, and October. All meetings are open to the public with opportunities for public comment.

Please Join Us!

MEETING DATES

  • Friday, July 21, 2023
  • Friday, October 20, 2023
  • Friday, January 19, 2024

 

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