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SFY 2023 Freshwater Algae Grant Guidlines

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21-10-045October 2021
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Author(s) Water Quality Program
Description In 2005, the Washington State Legislature established funding for the Freshwater Algae Program (FAP) through an annual one-dollar license fee assessed to the owners of boats. This program focuses on waterbodies with cyanobacteria, not algae. This program includes elements for public education, technical assistance, a toxicity testing program, and pass-through grants that address toxic fresh-water blooms.
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Keywords Grants and Loans, guidelines, water quality, freshwater, freshwater algae, Grant funding
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