Recovering Salmon & Steelhead To Healthy, Harvestable Levels

The Lower Columbia Fish Recovery Board is the Regional Salmon Recovery Organization and Lead Entity for salmon habitat restoration for the lower Columbia River in southwest Washington. The LCFRB works with a diversity of partners to recover species comprised of 74 distinct salmon, steelhead, and bull trout populations to healthy, harvestable levels by guiding implementation of the federally adopted recovery plan.
LCFRB is now scheduling pre-proposal meetings for the new SRFB Targeted Investment Program.
Check out the program page to learn more!

Check back in December for the opening of 2 salmon habitat funding opportunities. 
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LCFRB 2021 Salmon Recovery Grant Ranked Project List Approved 

The Lower Columbia Fish Recovery Board approved the 2021 Salmon Recovery Grant ranked project list at their Board meeting on August 6, 2021. The list was then approved for funding by the Recreation and Conservation Office's Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB) at their September meeting. 

The list funds ten projects from seven different sponsors across the southwest Washington region to protect and restore salmon habitat.

Visit our Salmon Recovery Grant webpage for more information on the program.

Horseshoe Falls on the East Fork Lewis River in Clark County, WA

Photo courtesy of Cherie Kearney, Columbia Land Trust


November 10 LCFRB Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Regular Monthly Meeting CANCELLED

November 11 Veteran's Day holiday, LCFRB office is closed

December 3 LCFRB Regular Monthly Meeting, Webex, 1-3 pm, contact Lorie for more information

December 8 LCFRB Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Regular Monthly Meeting

Recovery Plan Vision

"Washington lower Columbia salmon, steelhead, and bull trout are recovered to healthy, harvestable levels that will sustain productive sport, commercial, and tribal fisheries through the restoration and protection of the ecosystems upon which they depend and the implementation of supportive hatchery and fishery practices."