California State Water Resources Control Board
The California State Water Resources Control Board is accepting applications to the Nonpoint Source (NPS) Grant Program.
The program aims to reduce and mitigate the effects of nonpoint source pollutants in waters of the state.
Nonpoint source pollutants include sediment, pesticides, nutrients, and other pollutants from diffuse, nonpoint sources. The funds in the NPS Grant Program are reserved for implementation projects, or projects that install treatments or management practices to reduce the physical load of nonpoint source pollutants to, or concentration of nonpoint source pollutants in waters of the state; projects may incorporate outreach and education, project-level planning and design, and water quality monitoring, but may not consist entirely of outreach and education, project design, or water quality monitoring.