Grant Opportunities

Overview

Salmon recovery grants are awarded by the Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB) to protect and/or restore salmon habitat. The minimum funding level is $5,000 and there is no maximum for requests. Applicants must provide money or resources to match 15% or more of the grant.


The SRFB grant review process is coordinated by Lead Entities, like the Snohomish Basin Salmon Recovery Forum (SBSRF), which are local organizations that solicit projects from their geographic areas, organize technical and community reviews of the proposals, and present the best of them to the SRFB for approval. Successful proposals will support recovery strategies identified in the Snohomish River Basin Salmon Conservation Plan (view plan (PDF)) (view appendices).


2023 Salmon Recovery Funding Grant Round

The 2023 Snohomish Basin Salmon Recovery grant round is now OPEN.

Application Workshop to be held on Wednesday, January 24th from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) staff will be reviewing PRISM application instructions and changes in Manual 18 related to eligibility and match. Register online for the virtual workshop.


New and old sponsors are encouraged to join, especially to check out the “what’s new” section of the workshop. Register online for the virtual workshop


RCO will post a recording of the workshop and anything new on their salmon program’s website.

 

Notices of Intent to Apply are due via Google Forms, Friday, January 27th

  • Any sponsor considering applying for Snohomish Basin salmon recovery funding should submit an NOI.
  • Active projects with anticipated cost increases are encouraged to submit an NOI
  • Contact Gretchen if you have trouble accessing the form.

Full Applications are due in PRISM Friday, February 24th


Site Visits will be held on March 14th and/or 15th either virtually, in-person, or a combination.


Additional Notes:

  • 4 Year Work Plan: All proposed projects should be on the Basin’s 4 year work plan. If you’re not sure whether your project is on the 4 Year Work Plan (4YWP), please connect with us!
  • PRISM: Applications will be submitted via RCO’s PRISM online system. Lead Entity staff will send you a link to your PRISM project after you submit an NOI. Please reach out if you have questions about how to get started!


Contact Information:

Snohomish County is the staff lead for the salmon recovery grant round in the Snohomish River Basin. 
Contact Gretchen Glaub, Snohomish Basin Salmon Recovery Lead Entity Coordinator, 425-388-6403, Email Gretchen Glaub