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
The Suquamish Tribe, Puget Soundkeeper, Washington Environmental Council, and the State of Washington announced a settlement with the U.S. NavyView more »
After passing years of backlogged environmental bills in 2019 , room opens to address long standing environmental issues like urgent climate action, orca and salmon recovery, and a growing crisis from plastic pollutionView more »
Keeping ship and boat sewage out of Sound, key solution to restoring one of the nation’s largest inland waterbodiesView more »
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