Calls for Proposals

Every year the Northern and Southern Funds issue their Calls for Proposals for projects beginning the following year in late June or early July.

The Fund Committees both use a two-stage submission and review process. The initial review stage is designed primarily to evaluate the proposals’ relevance and significance to the Pacific Salmon Treaty and the priorities outlined in each Fund Committee’s Call for Proposals. As such, project proponents should focus on providing a clear description of project objectives and benefits in the first-round concept stage, rather than on the development of detailed project implementation and budget information.

Preliminary, stage-one applications with ideas and concepts submitted by private, non-profit, and public sector applicants will be accepted.

Northern Fund Announcement for projects beginning in 2017


The Northern Fund Committee will be accepting preliminary applications with ideas and concepts submitted by private, non-profit, and public sector applicants...

Southern Fund Announcement for projects beginning in 2017


The Southern Fund Committee has made a substantial commitment to Salish Sea Marine Survival Program and to a number of multi-year projects in 2017.