Resources for Project Sponsors
The County of Humboldt (County) acts as the regional administrator for the grants awarded to NCRP. To date the County has successfully managed over $95 million in grant funding for NCRP planning and implementation projects.
The County has the administrative and financial responsibility for the grant funds and acts as the liaison between the project sponsors and the granting agency. The administrative roll includes executing the grant agreement with DWR on behalf of the NCRP and executing Sub-grantee agreements with the Local Project Sponsor; coordinating the submission of invoices, reports, and project deliverables; mentoring and consultation of the grant requirements; tracking grant funds, maintaining auditable records; and coordinating the Post-Performance Monitoring Report submittals.
This manual introduces grantees to the grant administration and implementation process.
A short document containing questions and answers about the Prop 1 Round 2 IRWM program
The County of Humboldt created this manual to introduce you to the grant administration and implementation process...
A short document containing questions and answers about the Prop 1 IRWM program
These guidelines provide information from DWR about the Prop 1 Round 2 IRWM grant program
Sample template for awarded projects.
This plan contains priorities for enhancing watershed, fireshed, forest, and community resilience in the North Coast Region
The North Coast Resource Partnership Plan is by design a voluntary, non-regulatory, stakeholder-driven planning framework meant to emphasize shared priorities and local autonomy, authority, knowledge, and approaches to achieving Tribal, state, regional, and local priorities related to North Coast water infrastructure, watersheds, public health, and economic vitality. The NCRP focuses on areas of common interest and concern to North Coast stakeholders and on attracting funding to the North Coast Region, and recognizes unique local solutions in different parts of the Region.