Grant Round Information

Total Grant Round
$5M
Minimum Request
N/A
Maximum Request
$200K limit for design-only projects
Average Grant Award
N/A
Match Requirement
Not required, but encouraged
RFP Release
November (annual)
Pre-application Due
N/A
Final Application Due
February (annual)
Skookumchuck River

Chehalis Basin Strategy – Aquatic Species Restoration Plan (ASRP)

The ASRP is the component of the Chehalis Basin Strategy that focuses on restoring the ecological health of the Chehalis Basin. It supports actions in the freshwater environment where there is a potential to provide substantial gains for aquatic species. The purpose of this funding program is to support implementation of the Chehalis Basin Aquatic Species Restoration Plan restoration and protection strategies.

The vision of the ASRP is to utilize the best available scientific information to protect and restore habitat in the Chehalis Basin, in order to support healthy and harvestable salmon populations, robust and diverse populations of native aquatic and semi-aquatic species, and productive ecosystems that are resilient to climate change and human-caused stressors, while honoring the social, economic, and cultural values of the region and maintaining working lands.

Who Can Apply?
Cities, Conservation Districts, Counties, Federal Agencies, Native American Tribes, Nonprofit Organizations, Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups, State Agencies, Water/Irrigation Districts
Project Types
Planning, Acquisition, Restoration
Restoration Types
Fish Passage, Floodplain, Habitat (General), Invasive Species, Riparian, Wetlands
Geography/Land Ownership
Must be located in the Chehalis Basin/WRIA 22 or 23