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Association for Environmental & Outdoor education

AEOE strengthens environmental education in California by connecting providers, building professional expertise, and championing environmental literacy and outdoor learning.


Career Pathways Grant (due February 29, 2024)

In collaboration with California State Parks and Parks California, this program provides funds to local organizations that are training and mentoring the next generation of park employees. Career Pathways is part of the Parks of the Future initiative, which invests in the future leaders and caretakers of California's parks and public lands.


Adventure Pass Grants Program (due March 25, 2024)

Help 4th graders & their families access the Adventure Pass! Parks California, in partnership with California State Parks, is excited to announce the 2024 Adventure Pass Grants Program. California State Parks' fourth grade Adventure Pass program recently tripled the number of park locations – expanding from 19 to 54 participating parks! This means more opportunities for learning, fun and sparking curiosity! To help more fourth graders and their families take advantage of the Adventure Pass, they are seeking applications from organizations that can provide transportation and meaningful, relevant outdoor experiences for fourth graders and their families. Learn more here

Liberated Paths California Coast Grantmaking (due April 5, 2024)

Justice Outside's Liberated Paths grantmaking program seeks to support work that creates positive impacts in advancing coastal and ocean conservation in addition to improving access to the coast for joy and healing. The grant is supported with funding from the Ocean Protection Council and the California State Coastal Conservancy for up to two-year projects. The total grant amount requested for a period of one year should be no less than $1,000 and  no more than $25,000. Click here to learn more and sign up for an informational webinar

2023-24 California Farm to School Incubator Grant Program (due April 4, 2024)

The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s (CDFA) California Farm to School Incubator Grant Program will award competitive grants to support projects that cultivate equity, nurture students, build climate resilience, and create scalable and sustainable change. Click here to learn more

Other grants to track:

Please contact if you are aware of additional funding opportunities to share with our community.


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