This site will be open to accept applications from December 1, 2016 through February 28, 2017.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) Aquatic Land Enhancement Account (ALEA) Grant Program has provided funding to hundreds of individuals and organizations for implementing fish and wildlife projects that:
- protect fish, wildlife, and their habitats,
- enhance sustainable recreational opportunities,
- educate the public about Washington’s fish and wildlife resources,
- improve public access to the outdoors, and
- conduct fish and wildlife citizen science.
See below for more information about the program and how to apply.
Policies and Procedures
The ALEA Grant Program Policies and Procedures Manual is available by opening the following link: ALEA Policies and Procedures Manual. We recommend you review the manual prior to applying if you are new to WDFW ALEA grants.
Application and Fluidreview system guide
The 2017-2019 Application Guide includes basic information about the program, answers to frequently asked questions, instructions on how to sign up and use Fluidreview, a listing of application questions with critical guidance on answering them and the criteria used to evaluate applications. Access the guide here: ALEA Application Guide
See examples of past projects funded through the ALEA Grant Program program by opening the following link to our 2013-2015 biennial report: ALEA 2013-2015 Report
If you are ready to begin the application process, click the "Sign Up" button to open an account.