Brian Abbott Fish Barrier Removal Board

Announcements Watch the Videos Making Way for Salmon Fish Passage: A Sense of Urgency It’s Your Community: Listen to a MIXX 96 radio interview with RCO director Kaleen Cottingham and Tom Jameson, the division manager for the Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Fish Passage program talking about completion of the first project funded by this […]

June 13, 2019
Salmon Recovery and Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration

Announcements Typical Projects 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 Who May Apply? Local agencies Special purpose districts, such as port, park and recreation, conservation, and school districts State agencies […]

May 6, 2019
No Child Left Inside

Announcements Watch the 2022 Application Webinar recording here! Typical Projects Backpacking, camping, or hiking trips for disadvantaged youth Canoeing, kayaking, or sailing camps Outdoor environmental education Fishing and hunting camps Orienteering Rock climbing adventures Who May Apply? Community-based programs in Washington Formal school programs Informal after school programs Local agencies Native American tribes Nonprofit organizations […]

May 6, 2019
Family Forest Fish Passage Program

Announcements Funding Funding is awarded every 2 years and comes from the sale of state bonds. Grant Limits There are no minimum or maximum grant requests in this program. Match Details A cost-share is required if a harvest has occurred in the 3 years before project funding. Who May Apply? A small forest landowner: You harvest […]

May 6, 2019