Here are all the documents and guidelines related to applying for a PIC grant. There are also documents for current PIC grant recipients.
Partners in Conservation (PIC) Grant Application Materials
- 2022 PIC Guidelines
- ZoomGrants Tutorial – guide to the online application system
- 2022 PIC Project Budget Template – to be used in conjunction with the online ZoomGrants budget
Sample PIC grant applications:
We know it is sometimes helpful to see samples of successful applications. Here are two applications from the 2020 PIC cycle for projects that ranked high and were funded by EMSWCD. Please note that some of the application questions have been modified for 2022 PIC.
- Ecotrust sample application – Food Systems Leadership Fellowships
As a two-year project, the Food Systems Leadership Fellowship program trains 10-15 local food systems leaders of color. This training program aims to build these leaders’ capacity to develop and implement regenerative agriculture projects that promote growing practices rooted in conservation and restoration. A collaborative initiative, the project addresses a lack of culturally-specific training opportunities needed to lead regenerative agriculture projects in East Multnomah County.
- Friends of Trees sample application – Adult Urban Forestry and Restoration Training and Internship Program
Friends of Trees organized and hosted a paid ten week adult training program focusing on urban forestry and restoration related topics, as a one-year continuation of a past project. Over 15 participants attended weekly trainings and at completion were connected with a 100-hour paid internship with a local leader doing urban forestry or restoration related-work in the Portland Metro area.
Recent PIC Grant recipients
See the projects that were awarded PIC Grants in recent years: