Pierce Lead Entity Management Area
The Puyallup and Chambers Watershed Salmon Recovery Lead Entity
The Puyallup and Chambers Watershed Salmon Recovery Lead Entity is made up of many partners including other local governments, state, federal, and tribal stakeholders and non-profit organizations, and we work together to protect and enhance wild salmon populations. Chinook, Coho, Chum and Pink salmon, as well as Steelhead, cutthroat and Bull Trout all call Pierce County’s rivers and streams home. For generations, salmon have been an important part of this area’s culture and economy. It is the job of everyone living and working in Pierce County to help protect these special fish for future generations to help ensure that they also have the quality of life that we currently enjoy.
Priority Goal 1-Improve fish passage at the Electron Dam
Priority Goal 2-White River floodplain restoration in Sumner
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There are no Puget Sound Recovery Progress Measures to report for this Lead Entity Management Area.