Grant Round Information

Total Grant Round
Minimum Request
Maximum Request
Average Grant Award
$10K - $50K
Match Requirement
25% - 75%
RFP Release
April (annual)
Pre-application Due
Final Application Due
June (annual)
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USFWS Chehalis Fisheries Restoration

The Chehalis Fisheries Restoration Program (CFRP) makes funding and technical assistance available for on-the-ground restoration of salmon habitat, watershed assessments, outreach and education in the Chehalis River and Grays Harbor Basins. The CFRP’s goal is to recover Chehalis Basin fisheries by forming partnerships with private landowners, non-profit organizations, and local, tribal, and state agencies, and by implementing habitat restoration, habitat assessment, and public education projects. 

Chehalis Fisheries Restoration Program Goals:

• Improve water quality in Inner Grays Harbor and the Upper Chehalis River basin.

• Restore or improve natural spawning and rearing habitat.

• Extend the range of wild spawning anadromous fish to achieve optimum habitat use.

• Increase public awareness of the value of fisheries habitat restoration in the Chehalis basin.

Who Can Apply?
Cities, Conservation Districts, Counties, Federal Agencies, Native American Tribes, Nonprofit Organizations, Private Land Owners, State Agencies
Project Types
Planning, Restoration, Education & Outreach
Restoration Types
Fish Passage, Habitat (General), Invasive Species, Riparian, Wetlands
Geography/Land Ownership
Chehalis River and Grays Harbor Basins