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YearNameOrganizationLocationAward Amount
2019Columbia Cascade Water Transaction Development and Implementation (WA)Trout Unlimited, Inc.Entail, Wenatchee, Yakima, and Methow watersheds, Washington$213,652.97
2019Flow Restoration Development in the Umatilla, Walla Walla, Grande Ronde, and John Day (OR, WA)Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian ReservationUmatilla, Walla Walla, Grande Ronde, and John Day subbasins.$167,250.00
2019Flow Restoration to benefit Chinook salmon, steelhead, and native trout (ID)Idaho Department of Water ResourcesUpper Salmon Basin and Teton River Basin, Idaho$275,388.02
2019Innovative Transactions to Restore Flow (OR)The Freshwater TrustJohn Day, Wallowa, and Fifteenmile basins in Oregon.$398,314.09
2019Okanogan Basin Water Transactions Development in Partnership with the Colville Tribe (WA)Trout Unlimited, Inc.Methow and Okanogan watersheds, Washington$74,773.31
2019Restoring, Reconnecting and Protecting Instream Flow in the Upper Clark Fork, Blackfoot Basins (MT)Trout Unlimited, Inc.Upper Clark Fork River Basin and Blackfoot River Subbasins, Montana$109,539.05
2019Stream Flow Restoration in the Deschutes Basin Through Collaborative Water Management (OR)Deschutes River ConservancyThe Deschutes River and its tributaries in Central Oregon, including Tumalo Creek, Whychus Creek, the Little Deschutes River, the lower Crooked River, McKay Creek and Ochoco Creek. $224,258.00
2019Stream Flow Restoration to Benefit Salmon,Steelhead and Trout in the Columbia Basin (WA)Washington Water TrustWenatchee, Methow, Yakima, White Salmon river Basins, Washington$182,265.14
2019Support for Development and Monitoring of Washington State Water Right Acquisitions (WA)Washington Department of EcologyOkanogan, Entiat, Wenatchee, Methow, Walla Walla, Yakima and White Salmon River Basins, Washington $121,286.42
2019Support for Water Transfers to Instream Flows FY19 (MT)Montana Department of Natural Resources and ConservationUpper Clark Fork, Blackfoot, and Bitterroot River Basins, Montana$42,124.20
2019Water Acquisition for Stream Flow Restoration to Benefit Fish in the Okanogan Basin, WAWashington Water TrustOkanogan River Basin, Washington$47,892.31
2019Water Transaction Coordination and Monitoring (OR)Oregon Water Resources DepartmentColumbia Basin, Oregon$71,998.19
2019Water Transaction Development in the Upper Clark Fork, Blackfoot, and Bitterroot Rivers (MT)Clark Fork CoalitionUpper Clark Fork, Bitterroot and Blackfoot River subbasins, Montana$454,581.09
2018A Fishway for Pages Millpond Dam (CT)Connecticut Fund for the EnvironmentPages Millpond Dam is located on the Farm River at 16 Mill Road, North Branford CT 06471; Coordinates: 41°20'21.8"N 72°48'53.2"W$249,947.41
2018A Fishway for the Railroad Pond Dam (CT)Town of Berlin ConnecticutThis project is located on Main Street in Berlin, Connecticut. Berlin is in the geographic center of Connecticut and is midway between Boston and New York City.$250,000.00
2018Accelerating At-Risk Species Recovery in the Gulf Coastal Plain Ecosystem Partnership Landscape (AL, FL)The Longleaf Alliance, Inc.Gulf Coastal Plain Ecosystem Partnership landscape in southern Alabama and northwestern Florida$620,000.00
2018Accelerating Restoration of Fire Adapted Habitats on the Cumberland Plateau and Mountains (TN)The Nature ConservancyThe project consists of the 23 Tennessee counties that contain a portion of the Cumberland Plateau and Mountains ecoregion.$149,996.38
2018Acquisition of Canoochee Sandhills for Gopher Tortoise Conservation (GA)Georgia Department of Natural ResourcesBulloch and Bryan Counties, Georgia $500,000.00
2018Addressing the Problem of Microplastics in Long Island Sound Harbors (CT)University of ConnecticutField work will be conducted in 4 Harbors in Long Island Sound (Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, and West Haven. Laboratory analyses will be conducted at Center for Environmental Sciences & Engineering and Institute for Materials Science at the University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT).$99,999.00
2018Anacostia River Freshwater Mussel Restoration (DC)Anacostia Watershed Society, Inc.Washington, District of Columbia$33,099.20