The Sacramento County Stormwater Quality Program has provided Watershed Stewardship and Education grants to support creative projects that impact or benefit our waterways. Teachers, neighborhood groups, volunteer groups, environmental organizations and other nonprofit associations have been awarded funds to help protect, restore or enhance creeks, riparian corridors, watersheds, and rivers within the unincorporated urban areas of Sacramento County. Each recipient can receive up to $2,500 for grant projects.
Click here to view or download the 2021-22 Watershed Stewardship and Education Grant application.
Schools (grades K‐12) that are located within the Sacramento County Storm Water Utility Boundaries (unincorporated urban areas of Sacramento County) are eligible for this grant. View the list of eligible schools.
View examples of past grant winners.
Sacramento County Stormwater Quality Program works
with the Sacramento Splash center to offer Splash in the Classroom
presentations which is a fun and interactive way to teach students about
stormwater pollution. Students learn about pollutants that harm our
waterways and how to play a role in protecting creeks and rivers. For
more information or to sign up for a presentation, please visit the Splash in the Class website or call (916) 364-2437.
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