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.
- Applications are due November 15, 2017
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How To Apply
Groups of any size are eligible to apply. We envision that grants will be awarded in the range of $10,000 to $25,000. In addition to larger organizations, we encourage proposals from local, volunteer-based groups. If your organization has an annual budget of $100,000 or less, we encourage you to apply for a grant of $10,000 or less.
Please check all eligibility requirements before starting the online application. Click here to read the instructions for applications and how to use our online system. Click here to read tips for writing your application.
GRANT REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS
If your group is awarded a grant, you must provide a final grant report within one year of receiving the money, or before your group can receive additional funding. Click here for the full grant reporting instructions.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Tim Little, Executive Director
Email: tlittle[AT]rosefdn.org (please replace AT with @)