Implementation Progress Report 2005-2014

The Implementation Progress Report published in March 2015 highlights accomplishments and news in the Green/Duwamish and Central Puget Sound Watershed (WRIA 9) since implementation of the WRIA 9 Salmon Habitat Plan began nine years ago. Habitat projects extend from the top of the watershed high in the Cascade Mountains to the nearshore on Vashon-Maury Island.

Partnerships make a difference!

Since plan adoptions, WRIA 9 and its partners in local governments, Tribes, agencies, business, and non-profits have secured over $137 million from all funding sources to implement Chinook salmon recovery projects and programs.

While the Progress Report illustrates good news in our salmon recovery efforts, we still have much to do to see the iconic Chinook removed from the Endangered Species Act "Threatened" list.

The Implementation Progress Report is available in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.

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Implementation Progress Report 2005-2014 (March 2015)(10.34 MB)

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