Applications are not being accepted at this time.
Coastal Protection Fund (CPF) Resource Damage Assessment (RDA) Account grant applications are accepted when there are enough funds in the account to award grants.
Eligible projects will be reviewed and selected by the Coastal Protection Fund (CPF) Steering Committee
Funding is available for the following entities:
There are no restrictions on who is eligible to apply for funding from the Coastal Protection Fund (CPF) Resource Damage Assessment (RDA) Account.
Under RCW 90.48.390,
the Washington State Legislature created the Coastal Protection Fund (CPF) Resource Damage Assessment (RDA) Account to serve as a non-appropriated revolving fund to pay for projects that:
- Restore or enhance environmental, recreational, archeological, or aesthetic resources for the benefit of Washington's citizens.
- Investigate the long-term effects of oil spills.
- Develop and implement aquatic land geographic information systems.
Funds may also be allocated for research and development into the causes, effects, and removal of pollution caused by the discharge of oil or other hazardous substances.
Examples of eligible project types can be found on our interactive resource restoration map