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News for Washington Partners, February 2015

Posted February 2nd, 2015


Five high-impact conservation programs in Washington State will receive $23 million as part of the USDA's Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP).

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is updating the State Wildlife Action Plan. Learn more about how to be involved.

The next PCJV WA state meeting is February 12 at Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. Topics: PCJV bird population and habitat priorities for Western Washington; wetland bird surveys by Puget Sound Bird Observatory, and more. Contact Lora_Leschner for details.

Funding Opportunity

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announces Aquatic Lands Enhancement Account (ALEA) Grants. Due: February 28.

The Rose Foundation's Puget Sound Stewardship and Mitigation Fund program is accepting applications. Due: March 2

Puget Sound Watershed Protection and Restoration Grant Closes: April 20

Tools, Resources and Educational Opportunities

Washington Recreation and Conservation Office is offering 8 PRISM 101 Webinar Trainings in January and February.

Washington Department of Coastal Training: How to Explain Science, Share Data, and Build Trust: Presentation Skills for Scientists and Public Officials February 26 and March 11

Conferences and Meetings

Forestry and Wildlife Management –working together toward common goals. The Wildlife Society Washington chapter annual meeting. April 14-17, Grand Mound

2015 Salmon Recovery Conference
May 27-29, Vancouver, WA

For more resources, tools and grants, visit the PCJV Home Page

Lora Leschner

Washington PCJV Coordinator
Lora Leschner

Next Washington partner meeting:
Febuary 12th, 2015
Contact Lora for more information

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