Habitat & Shorelines
Healthy and productive habitat is critical for recovering important species throughout the food web—including salmon, herring, orcas, and shorebirds—and returning Puget Sound to health for current and future generations. We advocate for the protection and restoration of habitat and shorelines around the Sound, while balancing the needs of nearby communities.View More »
People For Puget Sound News and Stories
Join Rein out on the water with the Whale Museum’s Soundwatch Boater Education ProgramView more »
Your local government should be protecting you from stormwater pollution and flooding – but are they?View more »
Governor Inslee signed ESSB 5993 to reform the financial structure of the Model Toxics Control Act, the state’s toxic site clean-up program.View more »
Submit your comment to EPA today: Protect Washington’s water quality standards!