Every child should have the opportunity to: play in a safe place, explore nature, learn to swim, go fishing, follow a trail, camp under the stars, ride a bike, go boating, connect with the past, and plant a seed.
Develops strategies for coastal infrastructure protection. Assesses the economic impact of sea-level rise on California beaches. Provides grants to public entities to plan, design and restore public beaches.
Monitors coastal and estuarine oceanography. Funds studies to improve boating facility, beach erosion, restoration design, and boating and maritime safety and access. Supports climate change data collection and studies.
Any person who owns or manages a reservoir that is open to the public and is not currently infested with the Dreissenid Mussel may apply for grants to be reimbursed for costs related to an infestation prevention program.
These CVA grants fund: The placement, operation and maintenance of vessel pumpout stations and education and outreach efforts for boaters about proper sewage disposal, the use of pumpout facilities and pumpout monitoring efforts.