Through California's Fifth Climate Change Assessment Tribal Research Grant Program, the state is investing in tribally led climate change research initiatives.  This effort is supported by a collaborative multi-agency team to leverage existing expertise and roles across state agencies, including the Governor's Office of Planning and Research, California Natural Resources Agency, California Energy Commission, and California Strategic Growth Council.

Funding through the Tribal Research Grant Program is available to support tribally led projects focused on climate research, traditional ecological knowledge, and similar projects deemed a priority by California Tribes.

The Tribal Research Grant Program draft solicitation is available for review.  We are accepting feedback during the public comment period which is open through February 1, 2023.  Please submit questions and comments to Quenby Lum and Gabriel Roark at

Additional program information can be found in the links and resources below.

For more information on the Tribal Research Grant Program, please contact Quenby Lum and Gabriel Roark at

For more information on California's Fifth Climate Change Assessment and the Tribal Research Program, please visit Climate Assessment, Science, and Research - Office of Planning and Research ( or contact

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Tribal Program


Quenby Lum
Gabriel Roark
Tribal Grants

Katrina Leni-Konig
Tribal Liaison