Cyclists at the Joseph Canyon Viewpoint.
Green Marker Asotin Aquatic Center Development
In the fall of 2001, Asotin County passed a $6,720,000...
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Green Marker Asotin Creek
This proposal is for acquisition of 4,444 acres of critical...
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Green Marker Blue Mountain Elk Winter Range
This agreement involves the conservation of 7,000 acres of high...
46.27583333 -117.18194444
Green Marker Campbell Field Restoration
The Department of Fish and Wildlife used this grant to...
46.26488955 -117.33526978
Green Marker Foster Park - Playground Equip.
Renovation of a neighborhood park serving a residential area in...
46.4125 -117.05027777
Green Marker Mountain View Property Phase 1
The Department of Fish and Wildlife will acquired 2,181.55 acres...
46.02789108 -117.37048465
Green Marker Asotin Creek / Charley Fork Riparian
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will use this...
46.28691615 -117.36108478
Green Marker Mountain View 4-0 and Hansen Ridge
The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife will use...
46.05773276 -117.31188224
Red Marker Mountain View 2014
Phase V of the 4-0 Ranch acquisition targets1,900 acres of...
46.02865702 -117.38116092
Red Marker 4-O Ranch McNeill Campground Development
The 4-O Ranch Wildlife Area in Asotin County is one...
46.04177802 -117.33968992
Red Marker Shumaker Road and Access Site Development
This is a State Lands Development project to improve access...
46.03530105 -117.11532192
Red Marker Heller Bar Access Site Improvements
WashingtonDepartment of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) will use this grant...
46.08281506 -116.98140393
Green Marker Asotin Creek Watershed
WDFW proposes to acquire inholdings and adjacent properties associated with...
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Note: Not all projects are shown. red = pending, green = funded

Asotin County

Proposed WWRP Projects - 2015 4 total projects $4,932,500

4-O Ranch McNeill Campground Development - Dept of Fish & Wildlife - $325,000 The 4-O Ranch Wildlife Area in Asotin County is one...
Heller Bar Access Site Improvements - Dept of Fish & Wildlife - $324,500 WashingtonDepartment of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) will use this grant...
Mountain View 2014 - Dept of Fish & Wildlife - $4,000,000 Phase V of the 4-0 Ranch acquisition targets1,900 acres of...
Shumaker Road and Access Site Development - Dept of Fish & Wildlife - $283,000 This is a State Lands Development project to improve access...

WWRP Funded Projects 1990 - Present 9 total projects $13,396,771

Asotin Aquatic Center Development - Asotin County - $262,491
Asotin Creek - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $1,115,000
Asotin Creek / Charley Fork Riparian - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $850,000
Asotin Creek Watershed - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $831,402
Blue Mountain Elk Winter Range - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $1,425,334
Campbell Field Restoration - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $97,930
Foster Park - Playground Equip. - Lewiston Parks & Rec Dept - $14,614
Mountain View 4-0 and Hansen Ridge - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $4,600,000
Mountain View Property Phase 1 - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $4,200,000

What is the WWRP?

The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) is a state grant program that creates and conserves local and state parks, wildlife habitat and working farms. The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office administers WWRP grants, and the legislature funds the program.

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