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Marsh habitat along the Lower Duwamish River

Pollution Settlement Finalized to Benefit Fish and Wildlife on the Lower Duwamish River

eelgrass is show floating in water

Port Angeles Harbor Trustee Council to Implement Eelgrass Planting on Ediz Hook in Washington

A boat navigates the Lower Duwamish River with industrial development on the river banks. Photo credit: NOAA.

Storymap: The Lower Duwamish River - Restoring Habitat for Injured Resources in an Urban River

A photo of riparian plantings with large wood in the foreground, a large off-channel marsh area in the center of the photo, and the West Waterway channel and shipyard structures in the background.

Southwest Yard Habitat Project Complete: Fish and Wildlife Habitat Restored in a Highly Industrialized Area in Seattle, WA

A newly reopened section of wetland on Clear Creek provides spawning and habitat for Chinook salmon.

Road Removal Project Reconnects Wetlands and Benefits Salmon

Juvenile Chinook salmon. Image: USFWS

30 Years of West Coast Salmon Restoration: By the Numbers

View from a small creek mouth out to Western Port Angeles Harbor -- a commercial ship is in the harbor.

$9.3 million Will Help Restore Washington’s Western Port Angeles Harbor

An industrial barn and pier on the banks of the Lower Duwamish River, with restored tidal habitat in the foreground. Image: Floyd Snider

Settlement Valued at $48 Million To Restore Natural Resources in the Lower Duwamish River

Juvenile Chinook salmon. Image: USGS

Settlement Valued at $3.9 Million Will Restore Salmon Habitat, Other Resources in the Lower Duwamish River

An aerial view of an industrial facility on the coast of Western Port Angeles Harbor.

Proposed Settlement and Restoration Plan for Western Port Angeles Harbor Open for Public Comment

"Some of the thousands of pilings, and other structures proposed to be removed at the Vigor Facility site. Image: Floyd|Snider"

$48 Million Proposed for Salmon Habitat Restoration Projects in Lower Duwamish River

Lower Duwamish River bank where the Bluefield Holding's restoration site is located. Image: USFWS

Lower Duwamish River Consent Decree and Draft Restoration Plan Released for Public Comment

View of Lower Duwamish River aquatic and riparian habitat. Image: Boeing

NOAA and Trustee Partners Continue Work with Boeing, Restoring the Lower Duwamish River

Underwater view of damaged and dead corals.

New Story Map: $28 Million to Restore Marine Resources Damaged by Pollution

Caption: (l - r) Rebecca Hoff, Jason Lehto, Laurel Jennings, Debra Salstrom, Tom Elliott, and Dr. David Pyke (NOAA Photo)

Understanding Habitat Recovery Time for Restoration Planning in Washington State

(l - r) RDML Tim Gallaudet, assistant secretary of commerce for oceans and atmosphere and acting under secretary of commerce for oceans and atmosphere; Kurt Nelson, fish and water resources scientist, the Tulalip Tribes; Rebecca Hoff, NOAA environmental scientist and regional resource coordinator; Jennifer Steger, NOAA Restoration Center, regional supervisor. NOAA photo.

Washington Project Showcased to New NOAA Leader: Restoration Benefits Fish, Wildlife, and Local Communities

$4 million Settlement Reached to Help NOAA Restore Port Gardner and Snohomish River Habitat

Sockeye salmon.

Expanding a Washington River’s Floodplain to Protect Northwest Salmon and Communities

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