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 *** New Release!!!***

2021 Coast Salmon Partnership Annual Report

A lot of salmon restoration work is happening right now and we are excited to share it with you. In 2021, there were more than 100 active projects to protect and restore salmon habitat across the Washington Coast Region. These projects rely on the collective expertise of surveyors, engineers, contractors, and project managers as well as lead entity groups that vet and rank projects for their local watersheds. Fish barrier corrections, floodplain and riparian projects, headwater tributary restoration, and complex large river projects… we’re doing it all. Read more about our progress and the monitoring and science that keeps our work grounded by the most recent information.

Coast Digital Library

Looking for information on a watershed or salmon species in the Washington Coast Region? We can help you find what you are looking for. Enjoy this one-stop-shop with articles, reports, papers, and other documents related to salmon recovery.

This library is a work in progress, and we want it to be useful to you. Don’t see what you are looking for?  Contact us to communicate your requests or submit documents.

Access the library here

Maps & Tools

Maps are a helpful tool to visualize information. The Washington Coast Region uses web map applications to visualize information used in restoration planning such as culverts, fish distributions, monitoring locations, and climate change predictions. These maps combine publically available information to facilitate planning focused on specific topics or geographies. Click on a project below to learn more.

Olympic Peninsula Fish Barrier Culvert Prioritization

Chehalis Basin Fish Barrier Culvert Prioritization

Willapa Bay Fish Barrier Culvert Prioritization

Washington Coast Stream Temperature Monitoring Locations

SSHEAR Site Browser Web Application (Salmonid Screening Habitat Enhancement & Restoration)

Coastal Washington Splash Dam and Stream Cleanout Inventory