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Puget Sound Restoration Fund (PSRF) works collaboratively to restore marine habitat, water quality, and native species in Puget Sound through on-the-ground projects. We are committed to a vision of a clean and healthy Sound that is productive, full of life, and that sustains us. The populations we rebuild to achieve that vision are key to maintaining ecosystem health. Other programs we've launched are designed to spur clean water efforts and re-forge connections between people and resources.
PSRF projects are science-based and undertaken to restore a healthy ecosystem. Our staff of ecologists and technicians are in the lab and in the field. Our work takes place on the tideflats, in the water and at the hatchery as we rebuild breeding populations, enhance living marine habitat and incubate mitigation strategies.
We host events to bring awareness to our organization in support of our mission of creating connections to our coastal resources. When we gather together and partake in these resources and delight in their abundance, we help achieve a clean and healthy Sound full of life and capable of sustaining us. Plus, we know how to party!
Re-establish self-sustaining native oyster beds throughout Puget Sound to provide filtration and structured habitat for a diverse community of marine species.
Re-establish bull kelp beds as a key component of a healthy nearshore system to help support salmon and other fish populations.
Lead a collaborative team investigating the power of kelp to improve seawater conditions locally and provide habitat for species in areas with essential shellfish resources.
Raise and outplant hatchery-reared abalone using state-of-the-art techniques to recover this vanishing species and maintain the health and vibrancy of rocky reef habitat.
Operate the Kenneth K. Chew Center for Shellfish Research and Restoration in partnership with NOAA, for research and restoration of native marine species.
Restore and maintain clean water, reduce pollution, and re-forge connections between local communities and healthy marine resources.