Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund


The Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Fund (PCSRF) was established to address the need to protect, restore and conserve Pacific chinook, chum, coho, pink and sockeye salmon and steelhead, and their habitat. The PCSRF supplements existing state, tribal and federal programs to foster development of federal-state-tribal-local partnerships in salmon recovery and conservation by providing grants to the eligible states, tribal commissions, and tribes.

Water, Wildlife, Natural Resources, Fisheries, Conservation, Coastal, Research
Funding Amount: 
Individual awards up to $30,000,000
Matching Funds: 
State applicants are required to match or document in-kind contributions of at least 33% of received Federal funds. Indian tribes are exempt from cost share requirement.
States of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California and Nevada, and Federally recognized tribes and tribal commissions of the Columbia River and Pacific Coast.
Contact Information: 
Scott Rumsey, NMFS Northwest Region PCSRF Program Coordinator at (503) 872-2791. Questions regarding this announcement should be directed to Ms. Hill at (206) 526-4358 or