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Washington State Incentive Programs

There are a multitude of finance programs administrated by various state government agencies.

State Incentive Programs

  • Recreation and Conservation Funding Board

    The Recreation and Conservation Funding Board supports the development of outdoor recreation and habitat conservation in Washington State.

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  • Salmon Recovery Funding Board

    The Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB) administers two grant programs for protection and restoration of salmon habitat. The board also supports feasibility assessments for future projects and other activities.

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  • Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

    The mission of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is to preserve, protect, and perpetuate the state's fish and wildlife resources and to maximize public beneficial use without impairing those resources. This is done through securing, maintaining, and enhancing diverse habitats and the species that live in them.

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  • Washington Department of Natural Resources

    The Department of Natural Resources manages over 5 million acres of forest, agricultural, aquatic, and other state trust lands; natural area preserves; natural resource conservation areas; and recreational sites. The agency provides wildfire protection, oversees forestry activities, and monitors forest health conditions of state and private lands.

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  • Washington State University Cooperative Extension

    Faculty of the Washington State University Cooperative Extension conduct education programs that include topics in agriculture and natural resources. Conservation oriented programs include agricultural best management practices, the role of wetlands in water quality, wildlife and fisheries management, and forestry and rangeland management.

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Additional State Incentive Programs

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