Grant Proposal Requirements and Guidelines: Coastal Protection Fund Resource Damage Assessment
Grant Proposal Requirements and Guidelines: Coastal Protection Fund Resource Damage Assessment (Number of pages: 10) (Publication Size: 267KB)
|Author(s)||Geoff Baran, Dale Davis|
|Description||The Washington State Legislature created the Coastal Protection Fund (CPF) to serve as a non-appropriated revolving fund to pay for projects that: (1) restore or enhance environmental, recreational, archeological, or aesthetic resources for the benefit of Washington's citizens, (2) investigate the long-term effects of oil spills, or (3) develop and implement aquatic land geographic information systems. The CPF is divided into three accounts. These guidelines refer to the RDA Account of the Coastal Protection Fund.|
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|Keywords||hazmat, Grants and Loans, response equipment, response, hazardous, grants, grant and loan program, spill, oil, oil spill response equipment, hazardous materials, grant|
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