2018-2022 Action Agenda NTA Funding Status
As of early December 2019, 110 funding programs are supporting NTAs and an additional 10 funding programs are targeted by NTAs for future funding. An additional 50 NTAs have reported secured funding and we are working to identify these sources of funding. For detailed information on the funders supporting Puget Sound recovery priorities, please see Funding Programs.
More summaries of NTAs and funding
As of November 2019, funding secured for 2018-2022 Action Agenda Near Term Actions comes from over 100 different sources. These sources originate from a range of sectors, including state, federal and local governments, tribes, non-governmental organizations and private landowners. Around one third of the 250 Near Term Actions which have so far received full or partial funding, have secured that funding from more than one funding source. This indicates the importance for project sponsors to pursue and piece together multiple sources of funding to get projects off the ground. See Funding Programs for a full list of funders supporting Puget Sound recovery through investments in NTAs.
The pie chart below shows the current estimated distribution of funding for NTAs, according to the origin of that funding.
The 2018-2022 Action Agenda was approved in December 2018. Many NTA managers are currently pursuing funding so that their projects can get underway. The charts below show that most actions are still in the planning and design stage—as expected at this relatively early point, very few actions have reached the completion stage. However, the chart below also demonstrates that some organization types, such as the not for profit sector, have been able to move a higher proportion of NTAs into the implementation stage.