Quinault Rain Forest, located in both Grays Harbor County and Jefferson County.
Green Marker Central Play Park Redevelopment
The City of Hoquiam used this grant to renovate the...
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Green Marker Bishop Athletic Complex
Phase 2 development at Aberdeen's Chehalis Riverfront Athletic Complex will...
46.94509794 -123.84952025
Green Marker Bottle Beach
The purpose of this project is the purchase of approximately...
46.85888888 -124.10805555
Green Marker Carlisle Bog NAP
DNR proposes to buy a privately owned 80-acre property for...
47.15137041 -124.07642448
Green Marker Chehalis River SP NAP Shoreline (Restoration) 2008
This project restored approximately 5 acres of shoreline and associated...
46.95225501 -123.70273849
Green Marker Chehalis River Surge Plain NAP
This proposal is for acquisition of important properties within the...
46.95624052 -123.69663469
Green Marker Chehalis River Surge Plain NAP 2006
This proposal acquired important properties within the ecological core of...
46.93871764 -123.6750554
Green Marker Chehalis River Surge Plain NAP Riparian 2008
The Washington Department of Natural Resources will use this grant...
46.93813831 -123.68213641
Green Marker Chehalis River Surge Plain - 1991
This project acquired 4150 acres of freshwater surge plain wetland...
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Green Marker Chehalis River Surge Plain - 1993
This project is for the acquisition of numerous small privately-owned...
46.94388888 -123.65722222
Green Marker Coastal NAP
This project is for the purchase of 1,140.24 acres of...
47.05194444 -124.11527777
Green Marker Coastal NAP - 1996
This project in Grays Harbor and Pacific counties secures up...
47.05194444 -124.11527777
Green Marker Cross-State Trail (Westside)
This project consists of the acquisition of an abandoned railroad...
46.99972222 -123.50111111
Green Marker Decker Creek Riparian Conservation
Mason County will use this grant to protect the 500-acre...
47.20210911 -123.4799238
Green Marker Elk River Estuary, Ph. 1
This project involved the purchase of 3700 acres to protect...
46.84472222 -124.0075
Green Marker Elk River Estuary, Ph. 2
Secured 1,000 acres of the Elk River estuary to provide...
46.84472222 -124.0075
Green Marker Elk River NRCA 00
Through acquisition of land within the proposed Elk River Natural...
46.86032449 -124.03327733
Green Marker Elk River NRCA 02
Through land acquisitions within the Elk River Natural Resources Conservation...
46.84632652 -124.03591843
Green Marker Elk River NRCA 2006
The Department of Natural Resources used this grant to buy...
46.86508964 -124.01872741
Green Marker Elk River NRCA (HR) 2006
This project restored hydrologic function and fish passage where freshwater...
46.83756075 -124.0230067
Green Marker Friends Landing - 1995
Friends Landing is a 152-acre recreation site developed to provide...
46.94583333 -123.64055555
Green Marker Friends Landing - 1996
This is the final development phase of this popular riverside...
46.94583333 -123.64055555
Green Marker John Gable Park Revitalization
Hoquiam will use this grant to refurbish the 25-year-old John...
46.98222222 -123.91777777
Green Marker Morrison Riverfront Park Acq.
Acquisition of .5 acre as an addition to Morrison Riverfront...
46.9775 -123.79666666
Green Marker North Bay
This project acquired 820 acres of a natural area, preserving...
47.05194444 -124.11527777
Green Marker North Bay NAP 00
This acquisition proposal will add land (under threat of logging,...
47.04311775 -124.11126165
Green Marker Ocean Beach Accesses, '92
This project provides sanitary and parking facilities at three access...
47.23916666 -124.215
Green Marker Ocean Beach Accesses, '94
This agreement will upgrade 12 existing ocean beach accesses in...
47.23916666 -124.215
Green Marker Pioneer Park Field Lighting
This project replaced recreation field lighting on one little league...
46.96631697 -123.79301405
Green Marker Vance Creek Park Development 91
Improvements to enhance public access to the lakes in Vance...
46.99666666 -123.41388888
Green Marker W Fork Satsop River Access Improvements
WDFW installed one new boat launch, one new vault toilet,...
47.03697644 -123.52861621
Green Marker Sam Benn Park Renovation, Phase Two
The City of Aberdeen will renovate the tennis courts and...
46.98278668 -123.82205931
Green Marker CRSP Ecosystem Restoration
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will use this grant...
46.94655551 -123.67619795
Red Marker Harris Creek-Vosper Multi-use Trail
The Chehalis Tribe is proposing to construct a 10 foot...
46.83386735 -123.23265811
Red Marker Coastal Forest Restoration
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources will use this...
46.65973327 -123.88829706
Red Marker Westport Park Connection
The Westport Park Connection project is a property acquisition of...
46.89995125 -124.12171712
Green Marker Chehalis River Surge Plain NAP 2008
The Washington Department of Natural Resources will use this grant...
46.96260829 -123.70713014

Note: Not all projects are shown. red = pending, green = funded

Grays Harbor County

Proposed WWRP Projects - 2015 3 total projects $2,187,455

Coastal Forest Restoration - Natural Resources Dept - $147,300 The Washington State Department of Natural Resources will use this...
Harris Creek-Vosper Multi-use Trail - Chehalis Confederated Tribes - $135,155 The Chehalis Tribe is proposing to construct a 10 foot...
Westport Park Connection - State Parks - $1,905,000 The Westport Park Connection project is a property acquisition of...

WWRP Funded Projects 1990 - Present 34 total projects $23,305,527

Bishop Athletic Complex - Aberdeen Parks & Rec Dept - $300,000
Bottle Beach - State Parks - $249,209
Carlisle Bog NAP - Natural Resources Dept - $29,109
Central Play Park Redevelopment - Hoquiam - $198,754
Chehalis River SP NAP Shoreline (Restoration) 2008 - Natural Resources Dept - $60,000
Chehalis River Surge Plain - 1991 - Natural Resources Dept - $707,073
Chehalis River Surge Plain - 1993 - Natural Resources Dept - $139,334
Chehalis River Surge Plain NAP - Natural Resources Dept - $48,072
Chehalis River Surge Plain NAP 2006 - Natural Resources Dept - $676,229
Chehalis River Surge Plain NAP 2008 - Natural Resources Dept - $120,000
Chehalis River Surge Plain NAP Riparian 2008 - Natural Resources Dept - $599,670
Coastal NAP - Natural Resources Dept - $2,999,999
Coastal NAP - 1996 - Natural Resources Dept - $2,434,545
Cross-State Trail (Westside) - State Parks - $1,038,900
CRSP Ecosystem Restoration - Natural Resources Dept - $87,400
Decker Creek Riparian Conservation - Mason County - $593,399
Elk River Estuary, Ph. 1 - Natural Resources Dept - $430,915
Elk River Estuary, Ph. 2 - Natural Resources Dept - $4,574,401
Elk River NRCA (HR) 2006 - Natural Resources Dept - $85,705
Elk River NRCA 00 - Natural Resources Dept - $1,402,432
Elk River NRCA 02 - Natural Resources Dept - $2,542,583
Elk River NRCA 2006 - Natural Resources Dept - $807,174
Friends Landing - 1995 - Grays Harbor Co Parks & Rec - $255,738
Friends Landing - 1996 - Grays Harbor Co Parks & Rec - $293,500
John Gable Park Revitalization - Hoquiam - $148,976
Morrison Riverfront Park Acq. - Aberdeen Parks & Rec Dept - $50,000
North Bay - Natural Resources Dept - $766,865
North Bay NAP 00 - Natural Resources Dept - $176,719
Ocean Beach Accesses, '92 - State Parks - $362,450
Ocean Beach Accesses, '94 - State Parks - $290,436
Pioneer Park Field Lighting - Aberdeen Parks & Rec Dept - $495,127
Sam Benn Park Renovation, Phase Two - Aberdeen - $112,743
Vance Creek Park Development 91 - Grays Harbor Co Parks & Rec - $85,729
W Fork Satsop River Access Improvements - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $142,341

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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