Oregon Parks and Recreation Division (OPRD) is in search of a volunteer to serve on the Oregon Outside Recreation Committee (OORC), to symbolize Tribal governments, or the pursuits of an traditionally underrepresented neighborhood. The OORC evaluates, scores and ranks venture functions in search of funding help from the Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Program.
The OORC is a nine-member committee appointed by OPRD’s Director, and represents numerous pursuits. Committee members serve a four-year time period, and could also be eligible to serve a second time period. The OORC usually meets yearly, just about or in Salem. Time dedication varies and consists of evaluating roughly 15-20 grant functions every annual funding cycle. candidates should submit a Committee Curiosity Kind to the LWCF Program Coordinator by November 14.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund Program is a aggressive grant program funded by the Nationwide Park Service and administered by OPRD. Grants are awarded to native governments, federally acknowledged tribal governments, and eligible state companies for land acquisition, improvement, and rehabilitation tasks for public out of doors recreation areas and services.
For extra details about the advisory committee or software course of, contact Nohemi Enciso, LWCF Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-480-9092.