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Office of Columbia River

Columbia River Basin Water Management Grant Application

All fields must be completed. Enter "N/A" if not applicable.

Questions? Please Contact Grant Program Administrator.

Contact Information

Business or Organization Name  

Contact Person  

Phone                 Email          

Address: Street or PO Box          

City                Zip  

Project Implementer

Type of Entity who will Implement Project          

Name of Entity who will Implement Project          

Type of Project          

WRIA (see map)           


Township                Range                Section          

Is the project within an irrigation district?  

Location of Diversion/Withdrawal

WRIA (see map)           


Township                Range                Section          

Surface Source Name            
Approximate River Mile   

Well Name or Number          

Water Right

Water Right Holder          

Project Details

Estimated Water Savings (Acre-Feet/Year)           

Estimated Project Cost

Year of Estimated Cost    

Project Description (Include information such as number of acres, crop type, length of pipe or lining, and the entity's readiness to proceed. Provide enough detail to understand the Project.) (5000 character limit)it)

Description of Secondary Benefits: (Include information such as improvement in water quality, fisheries habitat, fish passage, etc.) (5000 character limit)

Citation(s): (Conservation Plan, Feasibility Study, Watershed Plan, etc.)

Additional Details (5000 character limit)

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The Grant Processss

OCR will evaluate applications on a case-by-case basis as they are received. Existing grants will be screened for continuing funding. The screening will be accomplished internally. Past awardees are not required to submit another application..

What Kinds of Projects are Likely to be Funded

OCR is considering projects that will deliver permittable water to the Columbia River or one of its tributaries. Permittable water is water that is stored, retimed, or conserved through crop change, fallowing, capturing previously unused runoff, etc.