Not currently accepting applications.

Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP)

CREP is a joint federal and state funded program that restores streamside habitat for salmon and protects that habitat for 10-15 years.

Not currently accepting applications.

The Disaster Assistance Program is a short-term disaster recovery financial assistance program for farmers and ranchers sustaining physical damage or incurring expenses as a result of a natural disaster. It may partially reimburse eligible disaster recovery expenses or fund the implementation of best management practices that restore and/or increase disaster resiliency.

Not currently accepting applications.

Farmland Protection and Land Access (FPLA) Program

FPLA serves the dual purpose of permanently protecting high-quality farmland and facilitating access to land for next-generation farmers and ranchers.

Not currently accepting applications.

Forest Health and Community Wildfire Resiliency (CWR)

SCC's Forest Health and Community Wildfire Resiliency (CWR) program funding is available for Washington conservation districts to address unhealthy forests and build greater community resiliency to wildfire.

Not currently accepting applications.

Irrigation Efficiencies Grant Program (IEGP)

IEGP restores instream flows in rivers and streams determined to not have enough water for natural resources. Offering up to 85 percent of costs for water-saving irrigation systems.

Not currently accepting applications.

Conservation districts use Natural Resource Investments to offer local, incentive-based programs that empower landowners to voluntarily install best management practices.

Not currently accepting applications.

Riparian Plant Propagation Program (RPPP)

The Riparian Propagation Plant Program (RPPP) is designed to increase the availability of native trees and shrubs for riparian habitat restoration in support of statewide salmon recovery.

Not currently accepting applications.

The Salmon Recovery Funding Program was funded by the Legislature in 2022, encouraging incentive programs focusing on landowner projects for the restoration of salmon habitat. In 2023, the WA State Legislature approved funding for SCC to run a voluntary riparian grant program for priority riparian restoration and protection.

Not currently accepting applications.

Using a targeted approach to invest in projects voluntarily installed by conservation districts and landowners, the Shellfish Program builds cumulative results for shellfish recovery.

Not currently accepting applications.

SFF makes it easier and more affordable for farmers and ranchers to implement climate-smart practices and projects that increase carbon sequestration and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Not currently accepting applications.

Sustainable Farms & Fields: Climate-Smart Livestock

One-time funding of $30,000,000 from the Climate Investment Account was appropriated for the 2023-25 biennium to the Washington State Conservation Commission Sustainable Farms and Fields program for organic agricultural waste and greenhouse gas emissions reduction through climate-smart livestock management. This one-time funding resulted in three new funding opportunities: Alternative Manure Management, Research and Demonstration, and Dairy Anaerobic Digesters.

Conservation Collaborations

Learn about SCC's cooperation and collaboration between conservation districts and other partners

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