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Decisions that make a difference in Puget Sound Recovery

How do the everyday decisions of local governments impact water quality, habitat, and the health of Puget Sound? With a focus on stormwater, land use and routine government operations, local officials will confidently be able to answer the question: “As an elected official, what should I consider in my everyday decisions to advance recovery of the Sound?” MORE

In March, the Environmental Protection Agency announced a new model for how it intends to allocate Puget Sound geographic funding to the region. The Partnership was encouraged by the enhanced roles and responsibilities that model lays out for the agency, its boards, and our partners. The model defines activities consistent with the agency’s vision to work with partners to ensure that recovery dollars are being spent in the most efficient and effective way possible... MORE

Puget Sound Partnership Response to Operating Budget Watershed Proviso

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Puget Sound Recovery Caucus White Paper

Voluntary Incentives Technical Memo - Effectiveness of VIPs and Next Steps

Results and Recommendations from a Landowner Survey in theSnohomish and Stillaguamish Watersheds (PDF)

Biennial Science Work Plan For 2014-2016

Puget Sound Starts Here Launch Training Slides

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