Climate Adaptation Framework

Salmon Habitat in a Changing Climate
Increasing floods and droughts and changing ocean conditions are among many factors that influence sustainability of salmon runs in the Washington Coast Salmon Recovery Region. These climate impacts are key elements identified in the Washington Coast Sustainable Salmon Plan and the four Lead Entity strategies for the Washington Coast Region, and there is a need to translate anticipated problems into solutions that can be acted on. The Washington Coast Climate Adaptation Framework promotes climate resiliency for habitat projects and watershed planning. The framework is being collaboratively developed with scientists, managers and stakeholders who give input on what is needed and what is possible.

Restoration to Resilience

Symposium: October 2021
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Climate & Salmon Restoration

Regional Workshop #1: January 2023
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Climate Resilience Index

Regional Workshop #2: November 2023
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Climate Adaptation Proposal and Presentation

Salmon Restoration and Resilience in a Changing Climate
A Guide to ‘Future Proofing’ Salmon Habitat in the Washington Coast Region

Salmon Adaptation for Habitat Restoration
Online Webmap to Support Habitat Project Development