Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB)
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In 1999, the Washington State Legislature created the Salmon Recovery Funding Board. The board provides grants to protect or restore salmon habitat and assist related activities. Composed of five citizens appointed by the Governor, and five state agency directors, the board brings together the experiences and viewpoints of citizens and the major state natural resource agencies.
- Grants that mix state and federal funds are distributed through a process administered by the RCO
- SRFB is commonly referred to as the 'SuRF Board'.
- The SRFB is staffed by The Washington Recreation and Conservation Office
- SRFB allocates funds allocated to Washington State from the Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Fund
- File:Lando et al 1013 salmon recovery funding board monitoring critique.pdf provides a third party analysis of the monitoring strategy to date of SRFB.