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Funded through the WWRP, Omak's Eastside Park is bringing the area's diverse populations together through soccer.
Green Marker Downtown Pond Park Improvements
In the center of town is a jewel in the...
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Green Marker Barbour Recreation Complex Expansion
This project adds four tennis courts, a basketball court, and...
48.27920809 -117.70917411
Green Marker Colville Swimming Pool
Colville's municipal swimming pool was constructed in 1954 and has...
48.5400288 -117.9010311
Green Marker Crystal Falls
The purpose of this aquisition is to purchase inholdings at...
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Green Marker Cusick Community Park
The project proposed in this application is varied and intended...
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Green Marker Deep Bay Park Ph. 2
Phase Two development of popular waterfront community park. Construction included...
48.96555555 -119.44
Green Marker Eastside Park Soccer Fields
Creating two regulation soccer fields in Omak's East Side Park...
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Green Marker Ellis Barnes Livestock Company
The Okanogan Land Trust used this grant to purchase a...
48.79837926 -119.48506051
Green Marker Fisk Property
Located approximately 22 miles from Spokane on Long Lake Reservoir,...
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Green Marker Loon Lake
Acquisition of 14.86 acres of wetland areas on Loon Lake...
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Green Marker Lost Lake
Protection of 4.73 acres of freshwater marsh at the southern...
48.84638888 -119.05
Green Marker Mt. Spokane/ Ingebretsen
The purpose of this project is to acquire additional land...
47.79555555 -117.55222222
Green Marker Nelson Ranch Farmland
This project acquired a permanent agricultural easement to protect 1,026...
48.89132404 -119.16831501
Green Marker Newport Spray Park
The City of Newport used this grant to develop a...
48.18150957 -117.05284263
Green Marker Sharp-tailed Grouse Phase 1
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) used this...
48.95194444 -119.07611111
Green Marker Okanogan-Similkameen Corridor
WDFW has been successful in acquiring high quality habitats (shrub-steppe,...
48.84218769 -119.64805667
Green Marker Okanogan Similkameen Phase 2
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife successfully acquired 1,814.25...
48.97825389 -119.57773765
Green Marker Okanogan Valley Sports Complex
This project purchases 26 acres and constructs four adult-sized softball...
48.37027777 -119.5675
Green Marker Oroville's Eastlake Ballfields
The Oroville Eastlake Park Project is a phased project initiated...
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Green Marker Osoyoos Lake, Entrance Lot
The purpose of this project was to purchase 1.02 acres...
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Green Marker Pogue Mountain pre-commerical thin
This project thinned understory coniferous forest stands within the 1,197...
48.42891318 -119.60516636
Green Marker Recreation Complex
Development of a community athletic facility for this small town...
48.27833333 -117.695
Green Marker Riverside - Little Spokane
This aquisition consists of the purchase of seven parcels, totaling...
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Green Marker Riverside - Little Spokane (phased)
This project consists of the acquisition of 3.61 acres of...
47.77825799 -117.52980634
Green Marker Sharp-Tailed Grouse Ph. 2
This agreement purpose is to purchase of up to 12,500...
48.55194444 -119.41083333
Green Marker Sharptailed Grouse Phase 6
The Department of Fish and Wildlife will use this grant...
48.56227354 -119.66905792
Green Marker Sinlahekin Ecosystem Restoration, Ph 2
This project is the second phase of the Department of...
48.69556429 -119.68961836
Green Marker Sinlahekin Ecosystem Restoration - Phase 1
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife used this grant...
48.73385567 -119.67521679
Green Marker Tonasket B3 Skate and Bike Park
The Tonasket is applying for a development grant to build...
48.70327026 -119.44756267
Green Marker Tonasket B3 Skate and Bike Park Phase 2
The Tonasket will use this grant to build a BMX...
48.7035231 -119.44760858
Green Marker West Branch Little Spokane River Phase 1
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife used this grant...
48.06440311 -117.41326578
Green Marker West Branch Little Spokane River Phase II
The West Branch Little Spokane project has been very successful;...
48.10513809 -117.41787489
Green Marker Spokane River Centennial Trail NW Extension
State Parks will use this grant to construct an approximately...
47.79564404 -117.57386501
Green Marker Schell Farmland
The Okanogan Land Trust used this grant to acquire a...
48.92426215 -119.08873422
Green Marker Ferry County Rail Trail Ph 2
Ferry County will use this grant to develop 2.85 miles...
48.92785296 -118.56881595
Green Marker Kettle River Access
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) proposes to...
48.99388285 -118.76658766
Green Marker Sinlahekin Ecosystem Restoration Phase 3
The Department of Natural Resources will use this grant to...
48.62177374 -119.68657357
Green Marker Olma South Farmland
The Okanogan Land Trust will use this grant to conserve...
48.72082278 -119.37505959
Green Marker Strandberg Farm & Ranchland
The Okanogan Land Trust will use this grant to acquire...
48.80899087 -118.59172261
Green Marker Riverside Access Site Development
The Department of Fish and Wildlife will use this grant...
48.50206577 -119.50222554
Green Marker Ferry County Rail Trail Ph 3
Ferry County will resurface 5.42 miles of the 25 mile...
48.69340386 -118.66733858
Green Marker Similkameen Connector Trail Phase I
Okanogan County used this grant for the first phase of...
48.9489302 -119.45888084

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

7th Legislative District

Northeast Washington

WWRP Funded Projects 1990 - Present 42 total projects $33,331,259

Colville Swimming Pool - Colville - $100,000
Crystal Falls - State Parks - $13,096
Cusick Community Park - Cusick - $189,802
Deep Bay Park Ph. 2 - Oroville - $28,526
Downtown Pond Park Improvements - Springdale - $52,231
Eastside Park Soccer Fields - Omak - $90,153
Ellis Barnes Livestock Company - Okanogan Land Trust - $788,593
Ferry County Rail Trail Ph 2 - Ferry County - $35,000
Ferry County Rail Trail Ph 3 - Ferry County - $98,000
Fisk Property - State Parks - $1,503,523
Kettle River Access - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $799,300
Loon Lake - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $95,078
Lost Lake - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $19,763
Mt. Spokane/ Ingebretsen - State Parks - $33,520
Nelson Ranch Farmland - County - $616,050
Newport Spray Park - Newport - $79,683
Okanogan Similkameen Phase 2 - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $3,362,603
Okanogan Valley Sports Complex - Okanogan - $103,893
Okanogan-Similkameen Corridor - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $2,587,263
Olma South Farmland - Okanogan Land Trust - $277,354
Oroville's Eastlake Ballfields - Oroville - $29,690
Osoyoos Lake, Entrance Lot - Oroville - $103,747
Pogue Mountain pre-commerical thin - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $328,799
Recreation Complex - Chewelah Parks & Rec Dept - $227,975
Riverside - Little Spokane - State Parks - $243,496
Riverside - Little Spokane (phased) - State Parks - $171,350
Riverside Access Site Development - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $325,000
Schell Farmland - Okanogan Land Trust - $342,664
Sharp-Tailed Grouse Ph. 2 - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $2,763,324
Sharp-tailed Grouse Phase 1 - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $3,630,323
Sharptailed Grouse Phase 6 - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $520,257
Similkameen Connector Trail Phase I - Okanogan Co Planning & Dev - $688,666
Sinlahekin Ecosystem Restoration - Phase 1 - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $778,344
Sinlahekin Ecosystem Restoration Phase 3 - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $534,500
Sinlahekin Ecosystem Restoration, Ph 2 - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $244,800
Strandberg Farm & Ranchland - Okanogan Land Trust - $599,524
Tonasket B3 Skate and Bike Park - Tonasket - $112,026
West Branch Little Spokane River Phase 1 - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $3,661,966
West Branch Little Spokane River Phase II - Dept of Fish and Wildlife - $6,369,657

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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