Habitat Conservation Fund
Applications for the next, and final round of Habitat Conservation Fund Programs must be postmarked by October 1, 2018.
RSVP to attend a June 2018 application workshop
If you would like to learn more about applying for the Habitat Conservation Fund grant program, consider attending a workshop. OGALS staff will go through the application process, providing tips on submitting successful applications and responding to application criteria. (May 16, 2018)
HCF - $2 million available annually
The Habitat Conservation Fund allocates approximately $2 million each year to cities, counties, and districts. The program requires a 50% match. Eligible projects include: nature interpretation programs to bring urban residents into park and wildlife areas, protection of various plant and animal species, and acquisition and development of wildlife corridors and trails.
Additional Application Resources
Website links to the California Conservation Corps (CCC), California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Endangered Species, Equipment Rental Rates, Topographic Maps, and Prevailing Wage
Any questions about the HCF Program on the application process may be directed to Barbara Baker at Barbara.Baker@parks.ca.gov or (916) 651-7743.
Previous Procedural Guides:
Draft Procedural Guide (2007-2009)
Procedural Guide (2006 and earlier)