Pacific Salmon Foundation
Community Salmon Program Funding Announcement
Sat Sep 1, 2018 12:23pm
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Community Salmon Program Funding Announcement – Fall 2018

PSF is pleased to announce the opening of our on-line funding application portal for the Community Salmon Program October 15, 2018 funding round.



To receive assistance with your project or the application system, please contact us well in advance of the October 15, 2018 closing date.





Online application process:

Please go to our on-line web portal, psf.fluidreview.com , to review eligibility criteria and create an account, or log into your organization’s existing account. Upload your project details and budget and proceed to edit and submit your CSP application(s).



It is not necessary to send any documents by mail or email as the system can is designed to accept all of your support materials (letters, photos, reports, maps, etc.) as attachments.



Project types eligible for Community Salmon Program funding must provide benefit to wild Pacific salmon or their habitats and qualify under one of the following categories:

· Habitat assessment

· Habitat rehabilitation

· Stock assessment

· Stock rehabilitation

· Education and outreach

· Stewardship and community planning

· Project monitoring



Project applications will be adjudicated in late November and all applicants will be notified by email shortly after .



Please contact any other potential funding partners and technical resources to request support as soon as possible. Allow sufficient lead time as they need to be familiar with your organization and project before providing endorsement.



We would also like to bring to your attention a new funding opportunity to your attention if your organization is involved in native trout conservation activities. The Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC Native Trout Stewardship Initiative - Community Grants Program has funding opportunities available for eligible activities. These include population assessments and monitoring, habitat protection and restoration, outreach and education, and seed funding to support the development of larger native trout conservation initiatives. Please contact Sue Pollard at sue.pollard@gofishbc.co for additional information on the application process.



The Pacific Salmon Foundation, established in 1989, is a non-profit, charitable organization with a long-term commitment to the conservation and rehabilitation of wild Pacific salmon and their habitat. Operating independently from government, PSF works in partnership with government, industry and business communities and other non-profit organizations to seek funding and resources in support of Pacific salmon and you, the community that stewards them.









Jim Shinkewski

Manager, Salmon Programs

Pacific Salmon Foundation



o. 604-664-7664 x112

c. 604-783-8168

jshinkewski@psf.ca



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