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
House passes bills on vessel noise and disturbance, salmon habitat recovery, and preventing oil spills Senate advances toxic pollution prevention as well as vessel noise and disturbance March 7th (Olympia, WA) – In sweeping votes from both houses, the Washington State Legislature took major steps to address the emergency facing southern resident orcas and the … ContinuedView more »
Seattle Aquarium ∙ Washington Environmental Council ∙ The Whale Museum ∙ Citizens for a Healthy Bay ∙ Friends of the San Juans ∙ Washington Conservation Voters ∙ RE Sources for Sustainable Communities ∙ The Humane Society of the United States ∙ NRDC ∙ Defenders of Wildlife ∙ League of Women Voters of Washington ∙ Futurewise … ContinuedView more »
For over a week, a young orca mother’s unprecedented grief has reminded all of us about what southern resident orcas face.View more »
Tell your legislators to support the 2019 environmental community priorities: 100% Clean Energy, Orca Emergency Response, Oil Spill Prevention, and Reducing Plastic Pollution.