The Drinking Water Providers Partnership is a collaboration of public and private organizations working together to help provide clean and cold water for fish and people across the Pacific Northwest. Through a targeted grant program, they support restoration projects in those watersheds which communities depend upon for their drinking water and where enhanced aquatic and riparian ecosystems will also benefit native fish habitat. The Drinking Water Providers Partnership supports restoration projects that will recover or protect ecosystem processes such as fixing undersized culverts, reconnecting streams to historic side channels, planting riparian vegetation, and more.
Total Funding Available
$400K - $600K
Average Grant Award
25% (in-kind and/or cash)
Final Application Due
Drinking Water Providers Partnership
Who Can Apply?
Cities, Conservation Districts, Counties, Educational Institutions, Federal Agencies, Native American Tribes, Nonprofit Organizations, Private Land Owners, State Agencies, Water/Irrigation Districts
Planning, Restoration, Streamflow, Monitoring, Education & Outreach
Fish Passage, Habitat (General), Riparian
Only projects located in a drinking water source watershed in the state of Oregon or Washington will be considered for funding.