Columbia River Fund

About the Fund

The Columbia River is the lifeblood of the Pacific Northwest and has the greatest flow of any North American river draining into the Pacific. The Columbia River watershed extends from the Canadian Rockies in British Columbia to the Pacific Ocean near Astoria, Oregon. Historically, the Columbia River supported one of the greatest salmon and steelhead runs on Earth, and through 1840, up to16 million salmon and steelhead returned to the Columbia River to spawn each year. These massive salmon runs, along with other fish and wildlife populations, historically supported, and continue to sustain, rich Native American cultures and traditions across the entire Columbia River Basin.

Deadlines

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Eligibility and Project Examples

Applications to The Fund are by invitation only. The Fund is not accepting unsolicited applications.

How To Apply

The Fund is not currently accepting unsolicited applications.

CURRENT AND PAST GRANTEES

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Tim Little, Executive Director
Email: tlittle[AT]rosefdn.org (please replace AT with @)

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