CRR Grants for Hatchery-Associated Projects

Funding is available for on-the-ground projects, or activities that lead to on-the-ground projects, aimed at reintroduction and recovery of Endangered Species Act-listed (listed) Cowlitz salmonid populations originating in the upper basin, upstream of Barrier Dam, with a focus on spring Chinook Salmon.

Four examples of types hatchery-associated production projects that can be funded through the CRR Program:

  • Remote site incubatorsCRR Grants for Hatchery-Associated Projects
  • Distribution of fry or fingerlings
  • Smolt acclimation where quality habitat exists but it is underutilized
  • Introducing fish into areas where restoration has occurred or fish passage barriers have been addressed

See the Hatchery-Associated Project Guiding Principles (in revision) for criteria for other types of projects, as well as guiding principles on which projects will be evaluated.

Please contact Travis Nelson at 253-502-8861 or Melora Shelton 253-441-4994 with questions, if interested in applying, or to be put on a notification list for information about the grant round as it becomes available.

Forms and Documents

Tacoma Power is revising application materials and applicant guidance to improve support for project proponents in the next grant round.

Application Deadlines

To be determined for the next CRR Program grant round.