Community Conservation Grants
The Richland County Conservation Commission provides a Community Conservation grant program for neighborhood groups, organizations, and agencies to protect natural resources, improve water quality, and enhance active living through trails. Innovative solutions such as low impact development or green infrastructure activities are eligible as are educational programs that promote conservation and environmental awareness in Richland County.
Grants are available up to $20,000 and require a 20% in-kind and cash match. All projects must demonstrate a clear public benefit. The deadline for submittal is early February of each year. If approved, funds become available in July. For more information, click on Grant Criteria and Application below.
RCCC grant applications must be submitted online using Zoom Grants. The application is available at RCCC - Historic & Conservation Grants
FY22-23 Community Conservation Criteria and Guidelines
For assistance in completing an application, please refer to:
Applicant Training Handout-RCCC Grant
Other resources include:
Applicant Training Slideshow
How to Apply (Video)
For technical questions, check Zoom Grants University, contact Technical Support at 866.323.5404 ext 2 or email email@example.com
These are forms for applicants who have been awarded grants and must submit documentation throughout the year.