Add your voice — ask your representatives to keep Atlantic salmon net pens out of our state and protect our shared waters.
On December 4, Puget Soundkeeper and Snohomish County filed a consent decree resolving a Clean Water Act case about the county’s management of polluted stormwater runoff.
Cargill Animal Nutrition and plaintiffs Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and RE Sources for Sustainable Communities have successfully negotiated and settled a Clean Water Act case over industrial discharges of polluted stormwater runoff at the company’s Ferndale facility.
First of its kind scorecard ranks cities and counties on managing Puget Sound’s largest source of water pollution
In a joint project, Puget Soundkeeper and Washington Environmental Council have released Nature’s Scorecard, a tool to keep cities and counties in the Puget Sound region accountable for holistic health and water quality planning.
Soundkeeper supports Senator Cory Booker’s Environmental Justice Act of 2017, a bill that would increase protections for the communities most impacted by pollution.
Thousands of you contacted the EPA to show your support last year. Now your voice is needed one more time. Tell the Department of Ecology you are in favor of designating Puget Sound as a No Discharge zone and keeping sewage out of our waterways.
On Thursday, November 9th, the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on the Environment will hold a hearing on HR848, the “Farm Regulatory Certainty Act.” The rights of rural communities to protect their health and environment are critical and must be preserved. Please send your comment opposing this unacceptable attack.
Polluted stormwater runoff — the cocktail of heavy metals, oil and petroleum products, fertilizers, and other waste that washes off roads and hard surfaces when it rains — is toxic to coho salmon. Solving the problem will benefit our watersheds and everyone living in Puget Sound.