"Doing her part to conserve rare species."
We march in solidarity with today’s youth, who are setting an example for bold climate action.
We are thrilled to announce a $1.5 million-dollar grant awarded from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that will support Chinook salmon, steelhead, orcas and other listed species in the Whidbey Basin.
The federal government of Canada has committed to funding the land-use visions and authority of First Nations for the iconic Clayoquot Sound as part of a groundbreaking announcement earlier this week. It will help to establish major new protected forest and coastal areas as well as provide funding to support them.
Knowing how much and where different types of land cover exist we can accurately predict how much and where stormwater will flow and how much pollution will enter each stream and on to Puget Sound.
At Makah Days in Neah Bay, the Community Catch team served up free fish to learn about community perspectives on sustainable fishing and uncommon local seafood.