What’s working to restore Puget Sound?
Many restoration and management actions have been effective in restoring the Puget Sound ecosystem, but scientific results are often reported in technical documents that can be hard to find. We are working with the Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Community to access and distill information about what’s working to restore Puget Sound for our partners and decision-makers. By directly connecting effectiveness data to recovery actions, we can highlight successes and improve our strategies by funding actions that are the most effective. Fact Sheets and Background Summaries support implementation of the Action Agenda to accelerate the recovery of Puget Sound.
FACT SHEETS AND NARRATIVE SUMMARIES
STRATEGIC INITIATIVE: RESTORE AND RE-OPEN SHELLFISH BEDS
STRATEGIC INITIATIVE: PREVENT POLLUTION FROM URBAN STORMWATER RUNOFF
STRATEGIC INITIATIVE: PROTECT AND RESTORE HABITAT
Fact Sheets and Narrative Summaries
The Action Agenda is the roadmap for recovering Puget Sound and includes three Strategic Initiatives designed to focus recovery efforts.
Strategic Initiative: Restore and re-open shellfish beds
|Keeping shellfish beds open by reducing fecal coliform (Samish Basin)|
Strategic Initiative: Prevent pollution from urban stormwater runoff
|Selecting the best wet weather management actions (Seattle Public Utility)|
|Comparing costs to reduce toxic pollution (City of Tacoma)|
To propose a project, contact Elene Trujillo, Effectiveness Monitoring, Science and Evaluation, Puget Sound Partnership: firstname.lastname@example.org