Action Agenda Overview
The Action Agenda Charts the Course for Puget Sound Recovery
The Action Agenda is a recovery plan based on science and developed by a regional partnership. The plan describes local and regional strategies and highlights specific actions needed to protect and restore Puget Sound. These strategies and actions provide opportunities for federal, state, local, tribal, and private entities to better invest resources and coordinate actions.
The Action Agenda comprises two parts:
- The Comprehensive Plan outlines goals for Puget Sound recovery and describes how individuals and organizations work together to advance Puget Sound recovery.
- The Implementation Plan details recovery approaches that are necessary to advance Puget Sound recovery and ongoing programs and new actions that align with them. These programs and actions will reduce pollution in stormwater runoff, restore habitat for salmon and other wildlife, and open shellfish beds for recreation and commercial harvest.