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 . . .
Sand, not gold, has since become one of the world’s most precious and finite resources originating in California’s mountains. Read More . . .
Rebuilding Seattle’s Elliot Bay seawall has been described as a model of protecting critical infrastructure while providing important fish habitat. Read More . . .
Thanks to a cooperative effort, water flows in seven tributaries of the Yakima, helping fish and riparian vegetation that might otherwise be lost. Read More . . .
Understanding the role abalone play in different ecosystems is important for their recovery and the health and resiliency of the marine habitats they support. Read More . . .
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Klamath River Basin
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Central Valley Projects
- 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.
- Final Rule: Vessel Monitoring System Requirements Effective July 9, 2015, for the West Coast Drift Gillnet Fishery
- Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program: NOAA recommends $25 million in projects
- NOAA Fisheries & the Environmental Protection Agency are pleased to share the works of this year's Science in Studio Award winners, a collaboration between the federal agencies and the Pacific Northwest College of Arts
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