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Capital Two-Year Project Listing - Department of Natural Resources

Forestry Riparian Easement Program (FREP)

30000279

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State 120,000 120,000

Teanaway Working Forest

30000289

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State 75,000 75,000

Forest Riparian Easement Program (FREP)

40000052

Additional funding is provided for the Forest Riparian Easement program, which protects fish habitat through the purchase of 50-year conservation easements from landowners for trees left unharvested adjacent to streams, wetlands, seeps and unstable slopes.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State 1,000,000 1,000,000

Cultural Resources Conservation Easement Program (CRCEP)

40000054

Appropriation authority is removed for the Cultural Resources Conservation Easement program because the program was not established through legislation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State (1,000,000) (1,000,000)

Grouse Ridge Fish Barriers and RMAP Compliance

40000056

Grouse Ridge Road is a forest road that is out of compliance with the Forest Practices and Clean Water acts because of fish passage barriers. Phase 1 of this project will replace three culverts to bring 2.5 miles of forest road up to current forest practices standards. Grouse Ridge Road also provides the only vehicular access to the Washington State Fire Training Academy.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State 3,245,000 3,245,000

Emergent Environmental Mitigation Projects

40000058

Funding is provided to conduct environmental cleanup at five Department of Natural Resources locations in accordance with environmental regulations: $180,000 to remove three underground storage tanks in Forks; $100,000 to mitigate the effects of a heavy fuel oil release near Hamma Hamma; $25,000 to complete and close out cleanup actions adjacent to the Hoh Mainline in Jefferson County; $10,000 to repair an above-ground storage tank at the Larch Corrections Center; and $5,000 to conclude testing and administrative actions for the Cedar Creek Corrections Center dip tank mitigation work.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State 320,000 320,000

Minor Works - Preservation: 2019-21

40000061

Funding is provided for minor capital projects to preserve and extend the life of existing administrative facilities and supporting infrastructure systems.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State 1,550,000 1,550,000

Whitmarsh (March Point) Landfill Site Cleanup

40000069

Funding is provided to the Department of Natural Resources to fulfill part of a settlement agreement to clean the Whitmarsh landfill site in Skagit County.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State 3,063,000 3,063,000