Letters of Intent for project proposals are being accepted for salmon recovery projects funded through the Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB) 2018 grant cycle. The grant round also includes applications for 2019-2021 Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration (PSAR) funds that may be budgeted through the 2019 budget process. Letters of Intent are due March 30, 2018, 5:00pm and draft applications for regular PSAR and SRFB projects are due in PRISM by May 11, 2017. Additional information, schedule, and document links are provided under the "Event" tab of this website.

Making Way for Salmon

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"Making Way for Salmon" is a short (15 minute) film highlighting the challenges of culverts as fish passage barriers. It was created by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and can be viewed on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7z5anXzm0k.

Washington's Salmon Fisheries Set for 2015

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Washington's 2015 salmon fishing seasons, developed by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and treaty tribal co-managers, were finalized during the Pacific Fishery Management Council's (PFMC) meeting in Rohnert Park, Calif. The regulations cover salmon fisheries in Puget Sound, Washington's ocean and coastal areas, and the Columbia River. Full news release.

Proposals are being accepted for salmon recovery projects funded through the Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB) 2014 grant cycle. This call for projects is for 2014 SRFB project funds and potential 2015-2017 Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration (PSAR) funds for regionally significant large capital projects. Letters of intent are due April 11, 2014 and draft applications are due in PRISM by May 16, 2014. Additional information and document links are provided under the Event tab of the WRIA 1 Salmon Recovery Board website.