Application forms and related documents for DLRP programs are available below:
California Farmland Conservancy Program
All available grant application forms are located on this page.
Associated documents for managing your grant can be found here.
Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program
Paper maps or custom products can be obtained via an FMMP Order Form or by phone.
Land Conservation (Williamson) Act
The Department has compiled a Cancellation Petition Advice Paper (PDF) to assist landowners and jurisdictions in compiling and organizing the materials necessary to document the need to prematurely exit existing Williamson Act contracts.
Open Space Subventions
The Fiscal Year 2014-15 (FY 2014) survey of participation in the Land Conservation Act and Open Space Subvention Act (OSSA) is now available.
While agencies are not required to follow a specific template to submit Williamson Act Public Acquisitions notices, these example documents may be useful if you are compiling a notice. Following this outline may streamline your work process, by ensuring that all required material is contained in your initial notice. The items are in PDF format.
Notification form template - describes each item that is required in the notification.
Example notification letter - an example of what the notification form would contain for a theoretical project.
Examples of supporting documentation (5.9 MB)- the attachments a notification requires, including a Williamson Act contract, agricultural preserve resolution, pertinent CEQA information, Eminent domain documentation, and example maps.
RCD Assistance & Statewide Watershed Program
The Department of Conservation Statewide Watershed Program is currently administering the 2010 Watershed Coordinator Grants. Information on the 2010 Watershed Grant Forms can be found here.
No new grants are available at this time. Please check the Watershed Coordinator Grant Program page for additional information, updates, and reports.
The Land Evaluation and Site Assessment (LESA) Model evaluates agricultural characteristics of specific sites, as indicated in California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) guidelines.