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The Small Forestland Investment in Stream Habitat Program (SFISH) is a grant program established by the Legislature in 2022 to help small forestland owners (SFO) implement projects that result in environmental benefits to fish bearing streams and mitigate risks to natural resources arising from the construction, operation or maintenance of forest roads or related activities. The program provides up to 100 percent of the cost for eligible projects. The program also provides technical assistance to landowners.
The program is administered by the Oregon Department of Forestry, in consultation with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. The program provides information and assistance to small forestland owners and project sponsors regarding their projects from project eligibility to project completion.
Josh Hanson SFISH Coordinator 971-375-2087Email
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