NOAA, FEMA, and others are working to reduce flood risk, increase resiliency of the ecosystem, and restore salmon habitat in Tillamook Bay by coordinating and aligning their investments. Read More . . .
In this video: government agencies and private landowners collaborate and compromise on water for endangered salmon. Our first in a series about water use during California’s drought. Read More . . .
Financial management strategy may seem an unlikely method to save wild salmon, but NOAA is using a key financial lesson to restore Central California Coast coho to the Scott River. Read More . . .
The removal of the old San Clemente Dam and the rerouting of the Carmel River is the result of unprecedented cooperation among stakeholder groups. Read More . . .
In this video: What some California water suppliers do to serve their ag customers while helping to keep water in streams for fish, and how moisture sensors save water and money for one farmer. Read More . . .
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- The Tulalip Tribes & NOAA breached a Snohomish River levee today, allowing access to prime salmon rearing habitat
- NOAA Fisheries is taking steps to further assess an endangered Southern Resident killer whale that appears to have a salmon lure hanging from its mouth.
- NOAA Fisheries issues proposed regulations for the designation of experimental populations under the Endangered Species Act. Comments due by October 2nd.
- NOAA Fisheries to hold workshops on Puget Sound steelhead hatcheries
- NMFS filed notice of Intent to prepare an EIS on 5 Puget Sound steelhead programs; comments close August 13, 2015
- NOAA Fisheries issued regulations under the Tuna Conventions Act for limits on U.S. commercial Pacific bluefin tuna catch in IATTC waters for 2015/2016.
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