PG&E is currently requesting grant proposals that will build healthy and resilient forests and watersheds to help communities prevent and prepare for increasing wildfire risk. Eligible projects include research, planning or demonstration projects that support local climate resilience initiatives.
All grant applications are due by midnight (PST) on Friday, May 12, 2017.
Grant Criteria and Eligibility
Grant proposals will be assessed according to the following criteria:
- Partnerships: the extent to which the proposal reflects a collaborative effort among multiple organizations
- Replicability: the extent to which the proposal identifies how others can learn from and adopt the resulting strategies and solutions
- Assistance to disadvantaged communities: the extent to which the proposal addresses the identified needs of disadvantaged communities
- Measurable impact: the extent to which the proposal includes practical, measurable and innovative ways to address community needs and climate risks
To be eligible, applicants must be a governmental organization, educational institution or 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All applicants must include a local government within PG&E’s service area as a partner.
Learn more about the grants and how to apply at pge.com/resiliencegrants.