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PDFWAC 220-620-020

Information required from volunteer groups.

The following information should be furnished in writing on forms provided by the department by volunteer groups when applying for a cooperative fish and wildlife project.
(1) Date of application.
(2) Name of volunteer group or person proposing cooperative project. If a group, give the name, address and telephone number of one person in that group who will serve as contact person and project leader.
(3) Location and physical size of project, including a project area map, which clearly indicates the project site(s) including county, street address (if applicable), property ownership, township, range, section and acreage.
(4) Description of the proposed project, including title, project objectives (how the project will benefit the fish and wildlife resources), methods of achieving objectives, criteria for measuring objectives and a description of how the project will be monitored and maintained.
(5) Estimated beginning and ending date of project.
(6) A project budget which identifies by line item the amount of funding requested to purchase goods and services, contracted services, travel, per diem, private vehicle mileage reimbursement, equipment, a list of other funds which may be available to support the project (including the amount and source of outside funding) and any in-kind contributions.
(7) An estimate of the amount of technical assistance required from the department including the names and titles of department personnel who may be needed.
(8) An estimate of the volunteer time, expressed in staff hours, which the project will require.
(9) If the project is to plant or rear fish or wildlife, the following additional information should be developed, unless exempted by the department:
(a) Species to be produced.
(b) Number of eggs, larvae, juveniles, adult fish, shellfish or wildlife proposed to be incubated, reared or released, by species, as well as the timing of all phases of this activity.
(c) Proposed source of eggs, broodstock or juveniles.
(d) Method and type of culturing proposed.
(e) Date of release.
(f) Size at release.
(g) Release location(s).
(h) Statement about the volunteer groups' knowledge of culture and pathology of the species proposed to be produced.
(i) Availability of professional and technical expertise; i.e., local veterinarian, hatchery nearby, local fish or habitat biologist, etc.
(10) A list of permits or agreements (other than those needed to rear and release fish and wildlife) needed to accomplish the proposed project; i.e., cooperative landowner agreements, water rights, building permits, hydraulic project approval (HPA), shorelines permits, zoning variance, JARPA, Corps of Engineers, etc.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.013, 77.04.020, 77.04.055, and 77.12.047. WSR 17-05-112 (Order 17-04), recodified as § 220-620-020, filed 2/15/17, effective 3/18/17. Statutory Authority: RCW 75.08.080 and 75.52.050. WSR 99-11-004 (Order 99-44), § 220-130-030, filed 5/6/99, effective 6/6/99. Statutory Authority: RCW 75.08.080. WSR 85-04-045 (Order 85-07), § 220-130-030, filed 2/1/85.]
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