The Wildlife Conservation Commission (WCC) is an eight-member commission that advises the Napa County Board of Supervisors on policy matters and funding proposals that preserve and enhance Napa County wildlife and their habitats.
The commission comprises four members representing the Public at Large, one Sportsperson/Angler, one Wildlife/Conservation representative, one youth representative between the age of 15 and 25, and one Planning, Building, Environmental Services Commission representative.
The Wildlife Conservation Commission operates under the framework set up by the Bylaws of the Napa County Wildlife Conservation Commission (PDF) Opens a New Window. .
Advancing the Protection, Conservation, Propagation, and Preservation of Fish and Wildlife in Napa County.
Funding proposals submitted to the WCC must advance the purposes listed in Section 13103 of the California Fish and Game Code Opens a New Window. .
Grant proposals must follow the outlines and meet the Requirements (PDF) Opens a New Window. set forth by the Wildlife Conservation Commission for funding requests.
The grant funding cycle customarily opens in the months of May, June, and July. On a regular basis the WCC posts funding requests (RFPs). Funding proposals submitted must advance the purposes listed in Section 13103 Opens a New Window. of the California Fish and Game Code.
If you have questions about the Wildlife Conservation Commission or want to learn more about them, please send us an email.
See Grant Funding - Current Projects for a description of the most recent project funded by the WCC.