News for Washington Partners, July 2014
Posted June 30th, 2014
Landowner Incentives to Reduce Puget Sound Shoreline Armoring. Deadline: July 31
For starting or enhancing programs to provide incentives to residential shoreline property owners to forgo or remove armoring.
Rose Foundation Puget Sound/Salish Sea Watershed Fund. Deadline for pre-proposals: July 31
Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan Counties.
Charlotte Martin Foundation Wildlife and Habitat Grants. Proposals accepted August 1-September 30
Opportunity: West Coast Ocean Data Network Technical Assistance Survey
West Coast Governors Alliance seeks to help partners develop and connect data resources to West Coast Ocean Data Portal and other systems. This survey is a chance to help fill needs within your agency, organization or tribe.
North Olympic Land Trust request for drift cell conservation strategy proposals
Draft EIS: Double-crested cormorant plan to reduce predation of juvenile salmonids in the Columbia River Estuary. Deadline for comments: August 4
Surfrider Foundation seeks input via Washington Coastal and Ocean Recreation Survey
Survey results will help inform ocean planning.
Birds and biodiversity
BirdNote features monitoring rhinoceros auklets on Washington’s Protection Island
Studying the impermanence of bluffs. Story from the Sequim Gazette Reporter
Climate change and sea level rise
Recorded presentation: Integrated Scenarios of the Future Northwest Environment
Conferences and training
Climate-Smart Conservation. October 28-30, Olympia
Climate adaptation for application to on-the-ground conservation
Pacific Northwest Climate Science Conference. September 9-10, Seattle
Registration now open.
For more resources, tools and grants, visit the PCJV Home Page