Contracts & Grants: Funding Opportunities
Calendar of Upcoming Funding Opportunities
To secure funding for your research, OCG can assist you in identifying the right sponsors and opportunities. The Calendar of Upcoming Funding Opportunities provides UC ANR investigators access to selected upcoming funding opportunities. Opportunities are listed by upcoming Sponsor submission due date, and are categorized by the 2025 designated UC ANR Strategic Initiatives as follows:
- Sustainable Natural Ecosystems (SNE)
- Healthy Families and Communities (HFC)
- Sustainable Food Systems (SFS)
- Endemic and Invasive Plants and Diseases (EIPD)
- Water Quality, Quantity and Security (Water)
Those events with a due date of December 31st are opportunities with ongoing submission dates or which have reoccurring due dates, unless indicated otherwise. Please select View More Events to review entire calendar.
Additionally, if you are aware of a funding opportunity for which you'd like to list on the OCG funding calendar, please fill out the comments section at the bottom of this page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highlighted Funding Opportunities
Funding Search Resources
- USDA United States Department of Agriculture
- NSF National Science Foundation
- EPA Environmental Protection Agency
- NIH National Institutes of Health
- DOE Department of Energy
- DOD Department of Defense
- All Federal grants are announced on grants.gov
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