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Ecology acquires federal grants to protect 237 acres of coastal wetlands
We've helped secure nearly $3.4 million in National Coastal Wetlands Conservation grants to protect 237 acres of coastal wetland habitat in Island, Jefferson, and Mason counties.
Competitive streamflow grants projects
Thurston County collaborated with residents to create an innovative project using our competitive streamflow grants
Frequently Asked Questions about our Water Banking Grants Pilot Program
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about our Water Banking Grants Pilot Program
$84,000 to 20 waste reduction projects
Through the Waste Not Washington program, we awarded more than $84,000 to 20 waste reduction projects.
Pilot program to fund local water banks
A new grant program will provide money for local water banks.
Restoring Ohop Creek
The Nisqually Land Trust has used $5.3 million in Ecology streamflow restoration grants to restore salmon habitat at Ohop Creek.
Up To $40 million available for streamflow restoration projects
We plan to award $40 million in grants for streamflow restoration projects
Eye on (Water) Supply
Update on Ecology's “pass-through” grants to state agencies as part of our drought relief efforts.
Grant applications being accepted for flood-hazard planning
We're providing $1.5 million in funding to help communities develop plans to prepare for and reduce flood risks.
Safer streets and cleaner water in Walla Walla
The City of Walla Walla's award winning transportation project is good for the community and for salmon.

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