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a healthy puget sound depends on clean water. wec takes a comprehensive approach to reduce harmful pollution that threatens the sound.

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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.

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strong voices are crucial to elevate the threats to puget sound, along with the much needed solutions. engaging citizens, stakeholders, and decision makers as advocates for these solutions is the foundation of our puget sound work.

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we are a founding member of a growing coalition working to protect washington from the risks of oil transportation by rail, barges, and tankers.

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- https://swimduwamishproject.wordpress.com/

mark powell swam the entire length of the duwamish river to connect the challenges of urban pollution with the opportunities to protect the sound.

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- http://www.psp.wa.gov/

we support the partnership’s work to bring the region together and recover puget sound to health through cleaning up our waterways, protecting and restoring habitat, and taking action to heal this national treasure.

http://www.psp.wa.gov/
- http://www.orcasalmonalliance.org/

we partner to highlight the connection between two iconic endangered species: southern resident killer whales and the chinook salmon populations upon which the whales depend for their survival.

http://www.orcasalmonalliance.org/
- http://duwamishcleanup.org/about/history/

as a community advisory group member, we work to ensure that the duwamish river superfund cleanup not only restores environmental health and protects fishers and families who use the river, but also reflects the priorities, values, and will of the people who live and work in the region.

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you are using an outdated browser. please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. email zip join donate menu home about us about wec staff board strategic plan | 2016-2020 racial and environmental justice histories & victories contact privacy policy programs programs overview climate & clean energy educating voters evergreen forests lobby & advocacy people for puget sound environmental priorities coalition giving news get involved ways to engage action alerts events volunteer jobs donate join us connect people for puget sound wec’s people for puget sound program is dedicated to protecting and restoring puget sound to health. puget sound is the largest estuary in the country by volume, rich with ecological diversity. the region is also the lifeblood for urban and rural communities that rely on the sound for economic opportunity and a high quality of life. however, puget sound’s cherished natural beauty conceals its rapidly deteriorating health. recovering the sound will require broad collaboration, innovative approaches, and a long-term commitment. for the past twenty years, people for puget sound and wec have worked together to protect the sound, as separate organizations and now with people for puget sound as a program of wec. we helped establish the puget sound partnership, forced the department of ecology to adopt stronger permits to curb polluted runoff, secured some of the nation’s strongest oil spill prevention and response safeguards for marine waters, updated the shoreline management act, pushed for statewide funding of clean water projects and toxic cleanups, and much more. these accomplishments provide the foundation for our continued focus on clean water, oil safety, and a healthy and productive habitat for orcas, salmon, and the many species who call puget sound home. clean water a healthy puget sound depends on clean water. wec takes a comprehensive approach to reduce harmful pollution that threatens the sound. view more » oil transportation safety washington is facing a dramatic increase in the amount of crude oil moving across our state by rail and over our waters by barge and tanker. we’re working to stop new oil terminals, improve safety, and prevent our state from becoming a hub for oil transport. view more » 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 » protecting puget sound strong voices are crucial to elevate the threats to puget sound, along with the much needed solutions. engaging citizens, stakeholders, and decision makers as advocates for these solutions is the foundation of our puget sound work. view more » people for puget sound news and stories our partner, ray’s boathouse  see more photos from summer swell here. ray’s boathouse and cafe in ballard, known for its fresh, local and sustainable seafood, has become a must-visit seattle restaurant with majestic views of puget sound and the rugged olympic mountains. we’re so proud to have partnered again with locally-owned ray’s to host our summer swell event this … continued view more » programs to protect puget sound are at risk – here’s what you can do we will not save puget sound by hoping for it – we need to work for it. join the chorus of voices and take action today. view more » one million voices say no to coal and oil we helped deliver over one million statements to protect the pacific northwest from oil and coal exports governor jay inslee! view more » take action 5 ways to stand up for puget sound the trump administration wants to cut federal funding for puget sound, but we can’t let that happen! find a way to stand up for the protection of puget sound today. view more » people for puget sound partnerships we are a founding member of a growing coalition working to protect washington from the risks of oil transportation by rail, barges, and tankers. mark powell swam the entire length of the duwamish river to connect the challenges of urban pollution with the opportunities to protect the sound. we collaborate with a growing number of groups across the state to secure dedicated funding for our state’s water needs, from reducing toxic runoff to floodplain management to water supply strategies. we support the partnership’s work to bring the region together and recover puget sound to health through cleaning up our waterways, protecting and restoring habitat, and taking action to heal this national treasure. we partner to highlight the connection between two iconic endangered species: southern resident killer whales and the chinook salmon populations upon which the whales depend for their survival. as a community advisory group member, we work to ensure that the duwamish river superfund cleanup not only restores environmental health and protects fishers and families who use the river, but also reflects the priorities, values, and will of the people who live and work in the region. stay informed email zip join support wec help us advocate environmental protection in washington. donate home about us about wec staff board strategic plan | 2016-2020 racial and environmental justice histories & victories contact privacy policy programs programs overview climate & clean energy educating voters evergreen forests lobby & advocacy people for puget sound environmental priorities coalition giving news get involved ways to engage action alerts events volunteer jobs ein: 91-0839385 washington environmental council 1402 third ave, suite 1400 seattle, wa 98101 phone (206) 631-2600 email info@wecprotects.org


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