Investing in habitat restoration to bring back Puget Sound’s dynamic natural systems – for salmon, people, and community

PUGET SOUND ACQUISITION AND RESTORATION (PSAR) FUND

PSAR RAPID RESPONSE REVOLVING FUND

The Puget Sound Rapid Response Revolving Fund ("Rapid Response Fund") is designed provide rapid access to funds for urgent and essential strategic habitat acquisitions within the Puget Sound. View criteria for the Rapid Response Fund here.

PSAR 2019-2021 OVERVIEW

 

2019-2021 PSAR FACT SHEETS

PSAR LOCALLY SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS BASE FUNDING BUDGET 2019-2021

*PSAR ranked list

Ranked #1 of 11 : Middle Fork Nooksack River Fish Passage Project

Ranked #2 of 11 : Dungeness River Floodplain Restoration

Ranked #3 of 11 : Riverbend Floodplain Restoration

Ranked #4 of 11 : Skokomish River USACE Project Implementation

Ranked #5 of 11 : Pearson Shoreline Protection

Ranked #6 of 11 : Skookum Creek Conservation

Ranked #7 of 11 : Downey Farmstead Restoration

Ranked #8 of 11 : Lower Big Beef Creek Acquisitions

Ranked #9 of 11 : Stillaguamish Delta Acquisition

Ranked #10 of 11 : Shelton Harbor Estuary Restoration

Ranked #11 of 11 : Harper Estuary Armor Removal and Bridge

PREVIOUS PSAR PROJECT FACT SHEETS

Ala Spit restoration, Whidbey Island

Deschutes watershed and Kennedy-Goldsborough watershed

Fennel creek restoration and Calistoga seback levee

Fir Island farm estuary restoration

Lyre river estuary and Nelson creek protection

McSorley creek

Milwaukee dock eelgrass restoration project

Qwuloolt estuary restoration project

San Juan Islands Cascade creek

West Bainbridge shoreline protection project

INNOVATION RECOVERY STORIES

Organizations from across Washington State are coming together to stand up for Puget Sound protection and recovery. The stories on this site are curated from partners and community members who are each investing in keeping this place great.VIEW BLOG



2018 PSAR LARGE CAP REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

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For more information contact:

CARRIE BYRON

PSAR Program Manager
360.515.6054  | carrie.byron@psp.wa.gov

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