Grant Agreement Conditions
The Grantee must submit a report at completion of the project describing the work done and placing it in its larger watershed context.
The Grantee will track the status of the project, and continue its maintenance, submitting periodic reports on a schedule set by the Board. All reports will be filed with the Board or at a location specified by the Board.
The Grantee must agree to complete the project as approved by the Board and within the timeframe specified in the grant agreement unless proposed modifications are submitted and approved by the Director prior to the beginning of any work proposed in the modification.
The Director will consider project modifications including expansion of funded projects with moneys remaining from the original project allocation if the purpose and intent of the amendment remains the same as the original project, the proposed activity is within the same watershed, and the modification would be compatible with acknowledged comprehensive plans.
The Director may authorize minor changes within the scope of the original project plan.
The Grantee will allow Board members or designated representatives access to the project area at a mutually agreeable time to monitor and evaluate the project.
The Grantee must submit as part of their final report a completed Oregon Watershed Restoration Reporting form, using the most current form available on the OWEB website.