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Fishing in the City - San Francisco Bay Area

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2017 Grants through the George H.W. Bush Vamos A Pescar™ Education Fund
The fund supports state and local efforts to educate and engage families in Hispanic communities through programs, classes and fishing activities. Please review the link opens in new windowgrant guidelines for full details on the opportunity and process. link opens in new windowGrant applications will be accepted until October 31, 2016 at 5 p.m. Send applications to clark.blanchard@wildlife.ca.gov.

La posibilidad de subvenciones 2017 a través de la George H. W. Bush Vamos A Pescar Education Fund
El fondo apoya los esfuerzos estatales y locales para educar e involucrar a las familias en las comunidades hispanas a través de programas, clases y las actividades de pesca. Por favor revise link opens in new windowlas directrices de subvención para los detalles sobre la oportunidad y el proceso. link opens in new windowLas solicitudes serán aceptadas el 31 de octubre, 2016 a 17:00. Envíe las solicitudes de clark.blanchard@wildlife.ca.gov.


Community Fishing and Watershed Education programs provide opportunities to enjoy aquatic resources while helping community members understand the role they play in maintaining clean and healthy waterways.

This is achieved through the cooperation of community institutions including schools, service clubs, local government, park agencies, water districts, storm water pollution prevention programs, tackle retailers, CDFW and anyone else that is interested in kids, fishing and clean water.

The ultimate goal is to create repeatable fishing experiences, improve recreational opportunities for residents of your community, and to create stewards of our waterways. More on partnerships

For more information about the Fishing in the City program in the San Francisco and South Bay areas, contact Ethan Rotman: Ethan.Rotman@wildlife.ca.gov • (415) 892-0460


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