Fewer Floods and More Salmon

The Puget Sound Institute features a new story about the benefits of taking an integrated Floodplains by Design approach. This story provides a nice summary behind the goals of integrating flood control and salmon recovery, and highlights recent projects in Pierce and...

Watch: Managing Water Resources in Dungeness Watershed

A new film highlights how partners have come together to plan for managing water resources as the North Olympic snowpack is diminishing. This film highlights the needs and benefits of the Dungeness River Off-Channel Reservoir Project. Climate change has diminished...

2017 Ranked Floodplains by Design Project List

The Department of Ecology has released the Floodplains by Design ranked project list for 2017. The Floodplains by Design team is heartened by the range of great multiple-benefit floodplain projects that are being pursued across the state. It represents a tremendous...

NEW Climate Impacts in Puget Sound report

The Nature Conservancy and UW Climate Impacts Group released a new report on Climate Impacts in Puget Sound. This easy to read synthesis seeks to make the most recent science on climate projections readily accessible. READ THE...

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