Recreation and Conservation
Established by citizen Initiative 215 in 1964, the Recreation and Conservation Funding Board helps finance recreation and conservation projects throughout the state. The eight-member board consists of five citizens appointed by the Governor, and three state agency directors.
Since 1964, the board has improved the state's quality of life through its investment of public funds in parks, trails, beaches, boating facilities, wildlife habitat, and natural areas. Printable fact sheet.
|Revised Codes of Washington|
2013-2015 BudgetOperations - $5.8 million
Capital - $166 million
Grant Programs Administered by the Board
- ALEA - Aquatic Lands Enhancement Account
- BFP - Boating Facilities Program
- BIG - Boating Infrastructure Grant Program
- FARR - Firearms and Archery Range Recreation Program
- LWCF - Land and Water Conservation Fund
- NOVA - Nonhighway and Off-Road Vehicle Activities Program
- RTP - Recreational Trails Program
- WWRP - Washington Wildlife Recreation Program
- YAF - Youth Athletic Facilities