Current Grant Round

Snake River Salmon Recovery Board Lead Entity

The Snake River Lead Entity is represented by the Snake River Salmon Recovery Board and is the only “lead entity” in the Snake River Salmon Recovery Region.  The Lead Entity is supported by a regional technical team (RTT)  and a Lead Entity Committee made up of both technical members and citizen members.  The Lead Entity Committee produces a project list for consideration and final prioritization by the Snake River Salmon Recovery Board (Lead Entity).

Grant Round Documents

Application Materials for Project Sponsors

SRSRB Application

SRFB Project Proposals (from RCO Manual 18, Appendix C)

Please select the most appropriate proposal for your project:

Additional SRFB Forms (from RCO Manual 18)

Project Checklists

Additional Grant Application Material and Information (RCO)

Permit Information and Forms

Managing your SRFB Grant Appendices and Forms

Appendix L: Land Ownership and Stewardship Forms


 

Lead Entity Committee Materials

Draft Proposals

Draft Application Scoring & Ranking Meeting Summary Booklet (including meeting agenda)

Complete Draft Application Packets (hover over title and click to access):

  1. Alpowa PALS – Phase II
  2. North Fork Touchet River Reach 2
  3. Touchet River Conceptual Restoration Plan
  4. Restoring Native Riparian on Pataha Creek
  5. Walla Walla Fish Screens 2017
  6. Mill Creek Passage – Segment E1
  7. Mill Creek Passage – Park to Otis
  8. Bridge to Bridge Phase 2
  9. Asotin IMW Monitoring 2017
  10. Tucannon salmonid survival & habitat utilization 2

Project Tour – Scheduled for May 31st-June 2nd

Project Tour Booklet (hover over title and click to access)


Final Proposals

Final Application Scoring & Ranking Meeting Summary Booklet (including meeting agenda)

Complete Draft Application Packets (hover over title and click to access):

  1. Alpowa PALS – Phase II
  2. North Fork Touchet River Reach 2
  3. Touchet River Conceptual Restoration Plan
  4. Restoring Native Riparian on Pataha Creek
  5. Mill Creek Passage – Segment E1
  6. Mill Creek Passage – Park to Otis
  7. Bridge to Bridge Phase 2
  8. Asotin IMW Monitoring 2017
  9. Tucannon salmonid survival & habitat utilization 2