Welcome to the new Action Agenda Tracker!
This site is under construction. Any content presented is example content only. Please check back in March as we start to populate the site with 2018 Action Agenda content. The site will go live in April 2019.
This project tracker is meant to allow implementers, funders, decisionmakers, and the public to track Puget Sound recovery actions. The tracker also helps us tell stories about the important work and significant accomplishments of the broad community of organizations and individuals dedicated to Puget Sound recovery.
The actions in this tracker are all included in the Action Agenda for Puget Sound. The Action Agenda is a regional plan that is developed through the collaborative work of government agencies, tribes, and other organizations committed to improving the health and resilience of the Puget Sound ecosystem. The Action Agenda for Puget Sound outlines strategies and priority actions to improve the health of human communities, species and habitats, and the quality and quantity of water resources.
For questions about the Action Agenda, please contact Don Gourlie at email@example.com.
For questions about the Action Agenda Tracker online tool, please contact Jen Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Near Term Action Map
Click on the map for a full screen view of all 2018 NTAs.
Featured Near Term Actions
|Regional Priority Approach||Collaborative, multi-benefit groups develop a plan that prioritizes locations to restore or…|
|Organizations||National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, University of Washington, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife|
|Duration||2020 - 2022|
2)Overcome Barriers: Inspire local, technical and policy leaders to reduce barriers, prioritizing those IDd by local efforts and in the Puget Sound Federal Task ...