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05 Oct

Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Clean Up and Abatement Grant Program FR80

  Grant Amount: Dependent



The Farm & Ranch Solid Waste Clean Up & Abatement Grant program offers financial support to address the cleanup & prevention of illegal dumping on properties designated for agricultural purposes, as defined in California Code of Regulations (CCR), Section 17991(d). Each FY, there are 4 application cycles, & this is the first one. CalRecycle administers this program in accordance with Section 48100 of the Public Resources Code.


The project sites eligible for the grant must be located on ‘farm and ranch’ property, encompassing both private and public land, where the owner is not held responsible for the illegal disposal. The definition of ‘farm and ranch’ property can be found in the Eligible Geographies section below. Grantees are given approximately two years to complete the project(s). The sites should be fully remediated (cleaned up) using grant funds, or a combination of grant funds and in-kind contributions in terms of funds or services. The funding covers various costs, including Administrative, Recycling/Disposal (tires), Equipment, Material, and Personnel expenses. If necessary, measures for abatement and prevention, such as site security and public education/outreach efforts, should also be addressed. The program encourages innovative approaches.

For further information and requirements, please refer to the Notice of Funds Available FY22-23 webpage, particularly the Application Guidelines and Instructions and Procedures and Requirements resource documents. The application typically includes several items for each project/site, such as Budget, Land Use/Zoning Designation, photos, Property Affidavit, Site Characterization, map, Work Plan, and Resolution. The Resolution is carried out through the governing body of the applicant (additional information is available). It is possible to include multiple projects/sites within a single application.


Public Agency Tribal Government
Public Agency, Tribal Government· Cities· Counties· Resource Conservation Districts· Federally recognized Native American Tribes [as defined in PRC Section 48100(d)(1)]

Eligible Geographies:

Sites must be located on 'Farm and Ranch' property, defined in CCR Section 17991(d) as range or agricultural land used for activities such as, but not limited to, commercial livestock/crop production (various). The site need not have active sales or production, but shall be appropriately zoned/otherwise authorized for agricultural activities. Appurtenant easements or right-of-ways such as, but not limited to, public roads and utilities included.


  • Environment
  • Other / Miscellaneous