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Salmon Recovery Funding Board Grant Program

Over 200 projects funded to date!

The 2024 Salmon Recovery Grants program is closed. 

Look for the next Salmon Recovery Grants in early 2025!

Salmon recovery grants are used to restore degraded salmon habitat and protect existing, high-quality habitat. These activities are aimed at increasing the amount and overall health of the places salmon live, with the goal of increasing the number, productivity, distribution and diversity of Lower Columbia salmon and steelhead.

 

Projects may include the actual habitat used by salmon and the land and water that support sediment, stream flow, and forest processes important to salmon. Two additional funding allocations are available this grant round to support riparian habitat and large investments in key habitat areas.

 

Schedule a pre-proposal meeting by contacting Steve West.

Key 2024 Grant Round Events

Pre-Proposal Meetings - Feb. 5 - March 22

Applications Due - April 8 at 12 PM

Proposal Presentations - Tentative for April 24 - May 3

Lead Entity Feedback Published - May 7

Final Applications Due - June 24 at 12 PM

Project Ranking Meeting - July 31

LCFRB Meeting - August 9 at 1 PM

LCFRB Submits Ranked Project List - August 13

Application links and supporting evaluation materials will be posted after the April application deadline. 

The Lower Columbia Salmon Resource Map is an interactive web map that contains regional recovery and habitat strategy resources to support salmon and steelhead recovery across the lower Columbia River basin in southwest Washington. Map resources build on the All-H recovery scenario in the Washington Lower Columbia Salmon Recovery and Fish & Wildlife Subbasin Plan

Looking for Project Ideas?

Questions? Contact Steve West: swest@lcfrb.gen.wa.us | (360) 608-2450

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