Funding

2015 Salmon Recovery Grant (external link with brief descriptions)
Grants Awarded in Mason County: $4,562,806
1. Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group
Designing a Restoration Plan for the Duckabush River Estuary

Grant Awarded: $66,567

2. Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group
Designing Restoration of the Lower Big Quilcene River

Grant Awarded: $300,000

3. Long Live the Kings

Assessing What is Killing Juvenile Steelhead at the Hood Canal Bridge
Grant Awarded: $687,766

4. Mason Conservation District

Deciding Where to Place Logjams in the Upper South Fork Skokomish River Floodplain
Grant Awarded: $305,213
5. Mason Conservation District
Designing Logjams in the Skokomish River to Improve Fish Habitat
Grant Awarded: $265,302
6. Mason Conservation District
Placing Logjams in the South Fork Skokomish River to Create Habitat, Reduce Sediment, and Stabilize Channel and Banks

Grant Awarded: $224,692

7. Mason Conservation District
Realigning Skokomish Valley Road to Improve Fish Habitat
Grant Awarded: $362,990

8. Mason Conservation District

Reconnecting Weaver Creek to Improve Oxygen Levels for Fish

Grant Awarded: $199,574

9. South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group

Improving Habitat in Anderson Creek
Grant Awarded: $124,550

10. Squaxin Island Tribe

Grant Awarded: $1,265,116
Conserving and Restoring West Oakland Bay

11. Wild Fish Conservancy

Mapping Stream Water Types to Aid in Protection
Grant Awarded: $110,500
12. Wild Fish Conservancy
Grant Awarded: $396,40
Studying Hood Canal Summer Chum Salmon’s Use of the Shoreline
Grants Awarded in Pierce County: $4,648,756
1. Forterra
Grant Awarded: $163,152
Studying the Possibility of Removing the Chambers Creek Dam
2. Nisqually Land Trust
Grant Awarded: $129,370
Conserving Little Mashel River Habitat
3. Nisqually Land Trust
Grant Awarded: $724,165
Conserving the Mashel River
4. Nisqually River Foundation
Grant Awarded: $41,500
Monitoring Hatchery and Wild Chinook
5. Pierce County
Grant Awarded: $875,631
Buying Land and Planning Restoration along the Puyallup River

6. Pierce County

Grant Awarded: $105,000
Studying the Feasibility of Removing Two Fish Barriers on Purdy Creek

7. South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group

Grant Awarded: $1,363,438
Restoring South Prairie Creek

8. South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group

Grant Awarded: $1,190,000
Restoring the Mashel River

9.South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group

Grant Awarded: $56,500
Studying the Feasibility of Replacing a Culvert on Crescent Creek
Grants Awarded in Thurston County: $1,046,814

1.Capitol Land Trust

Grant Awarded: $208,250
Conserving Deschutes River Floodplain

2. Capitol Land Trust

Grant Awarded: $25,000
Designing a Farm Bridge Over the Deschutes River

3. Nisqually Land Trust

Grant Awarded: $300,000
Conserving the Nisqually River

4. South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group

Grant Awarded: $92,000
Designing a Project to Improve Salmon Habitat in the Deschutes River

5. South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group

Grant Awarded: $72,000
Designing Habitat Improvements in the Deschutes River

6. South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group

Grant Awarded: $239,064
Removing Fish-blocking Culverts in Lake Lawrence

7. Wild Fish Conservancy

Grant Awarded: $110,500
Mapping Stream Water Types to Aid in Protection
This is the footer text.