Salmon Recovery and Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration
Washington State Recreation and Conservation OfficeSuggest an update
Next anticipated deadline: Oct 14, 2020 (Pre proposal)
Later anticipated deadlines: Jun 29, 2021 12:00pm PDT (Full proposal)
Grant amount: Up to US $200,000
Fields of work: Habitat & Ecosystem Restoration Land/Habitat Conservation
Applicant type: Indigenous Group, Government Entity, Nonprofit
Funding uses: Research, Project / Program
Location of project: Washington
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- Lead entities must submit requests for site visits by the 'Pre-Proposal' deadline.
- At least 2 weeks before the site visit, applicants submit a complete application in PRISM.
- Full applications are due by 'Full Proposal' deadline.
- Replacing barriers to fish migration
- Replanting stream banks
- Removing dikes, levees, and shoreline armoring
- Installing logjams to slow rivers and create habitat
- Restoring estuaries
- Buying pristine habitat
- Completing designs for future projects
- Acquisition including the purchase of land, perpetual conservation easements, or water rights.
- In-stream fish passage
- In-stream water diversion
- In-stream and floodplain habitat
- Upland riparian habitat
- Estuarine and marine near-shore
- Planning projects
- Conceptual, preliminary, or final design projects
- Assessments and inventories
- Combination projects include elements of two or more project types (restoration, acquisition, and planning).
A 15 percent match is required. No match is required for design-only projects. requesting $200,000 or less. Match may include the following:
- Appropriations or cash
- Donations of cash, land, labor, services, equipment use, and materials
- Other grants
- Applicant’s labor, equipment, and materials
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Who can apply:
- Local agencies
- Special purpose districts, such as port, park and recreation, conservation, and school districts
- State agencies
- Native American Tribes
- Private landowners
- Nonprofit organizations
- Regional fisheries enhancement groups
- Ineligible Projects
- Capital facilities and public works projects
- Effectiveness monitoring
- Hatchery, harvest, and hydropower activities
- Mitigation projects
- Property acquisition through eminent domain or leasing
- For a comprehensive list of ineligible projects, see Manual 18.