Full Grant List
In Forest Health Tracker, a grant is defined as a sum of money given by a government or other organization for a particular purpose to improve forest health and resiliency in Washington. Forest Health Tracker provides a common platform to view alloted and executed expenditures of each grant, while also displaying the connection of these grants to the details and spatial information of the forest health projects that they support.
Currently, this website only tracks grants recieved by Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for forest health work. DNR recieves and manages many grants that provide financial support to forest health projects across the state. One example is the Cooperative Forestry grants from US Forest Service State and Private Forestry program including Forest Health Monitoring, Landscape Scale Restoration, and Urban and Community Forestry programs. Additionally, DNR recieves grants in the form of appropriations from the Washington State Legislature to support forest health projects. In future development phases of the site, integration of grant information for other organizations will be explored.
Notes on using the tables below: For Grants - Click on the row to load the Grant Allocations into the bottom grid. Click on the blue Grant Number or Grant Name to view details. For Grant Allocations Click on the blue Grant Allocation Name to view details.