Grant Information

Total Funding Available
$4.794 M (Washington Coast Region)
Minimum Request
Total project cost must be greater than $5M
Maximum Request
$4.794 M
Average Grant Award
Match Requirement
$206K minimum
RFP Release
July (one-time)
Pre-application Due
August (one-time)
Final Application Due
December (one-time)

Salmon Recovery Funding Board Supplemental Grant Round

This grant opportunity is for large capital projects which are defined as having a total project cost greater than $5 million and which will have a preliminary design complete by December 1, 2022. Proposed projects should make a significant contribution towards salmon sustainability and recovery in the Washington Coast Salmon Recovery Region (WRIA 20 – 24). The Coast Salmon Partnership will submit a ranked list of habitat projects for the Washington Coast Region by October 1, 2022.

Additional information about project eligibility and the process to submit proposals is attached. To initiate your application, please contact your respective Lead Entity coordinator:

North Pacific Coast Lead Entity:
Anna Geffre,, 360-438-1180 ext. 575

Quinault Indian Nation Lead Entity:
Bill Armstrong,, 360-590-0739 

Chehalis Basin Lead Entity:
Kirsten Harma,, 360-488-3232

Willapa Bay Lead Entity:
Tom Kollasch,, 360-589-1003

Who Can Apply?
Cities, Conservation Districts, Counties, Native American Tribes, Nonprofit Organizations, Private Land Owners, Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups, State Agencies
Project Types
Acquisition, Restoration
Restoration Types
Estuaries/Nearshore, Fish Passage, Floodplain, Habitat (General), Instream, Riparian
Geography/Land Ownership
Washington Coast Region (WRIA 20-24)