Difference between revisions of "Washington Water and Salmon Fund Finder"

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{{SNO-CI}}'''The [[Water and Salmon Grant Program Coordination]] work group has been building on work by the [[Washington State Conservation Comission]] to aggregate different funding opportunities into a single list to support project managers in developing a funding strategy.  The goal of this effort is to develop a single list of state and federal funding opportunities, for Washington State, maintained into the future by program managers, and used and valued by grant writers.'''
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{{SNO-CI}}'''The [[Align - Washington Ecosystem Grant Coordination Workgroup]] has been aggregating different funding opportunities into a single list to support project managers in developing a funding strategy.  The goal of this effort is to develop a single list of state and federal funding opportunities, for Washington State, maintained into the future by program managers, and used and valued by grant writers.'''
  
==Materials==
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*http://fundfinder.wa.gov
*[[File:Grants and loan funding matrix.xlsx]] - an initial data set describing state grant programs.
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==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Revision as of 18:55, 9 September 2019


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The Align - Washington Ecosystem Grant Coordination Workgroup has been aggregating different funding opportunities into a single list to support project managers in developing a funding strategy. The goal of this effort is to develop a single list of state and federal funding opportunities, for Washington State, maintained into the future by program managers, and used and valued by grant writers.

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