Action Agenda

"The Puget Sound Action Agenda is our region's shared vision for Puget Sound recovery. It identifies key ongoing programs, local priority actions for the various areas of the Sound, and specific actions that must be implemented over the next 2 years to stay on track toward recovery. The Action Agenda results from a collaboration by state and federal agencies, tribal governments, local governments, business and environmental groups, and others. It also serves as the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan, required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for estuaries of national significance."

— Puget Sound Partnership

Source: Puget Sound Partnership Action Agenda Center

The 2016 Action Agenda for Puget Sound cover page

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The 2016 Action Agenda for Puget Sound

The Puget Sound Actiona Agenda is a shared plan for Puget Sound recovery resulting from a collaboration by state and federal agencies, tribal governments, local governments, business and environmental groups, and others. 

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