Project-based and results-oriented, PSRF looks for opportunities in every community to restore real resources that people can see, use and enjoy.

Our two signature areas:

Recover species and habitats that are imperiled or diminished.

Re-forge our connection to these resources to build lasting support for Puget Sound.

PSRF pursues a diverse portfolio of projects in our 6 priority programs in Puget Sound.

Olympia Oysters

Olympia Oysters

Re-establish self-sustaining native oyster beds to provide filtration and structured habitat for a diverse community of organisms.

Conservation Hatchery

Conservation Hatchery

Dedicated research and restoration of native marine species in the Kenneth K. Chew Center of Shellfish Research and Restoration facility, that PSRF and NOAA operate at NOAA’s Manchester Station.

Pinto Abalone

Pinto Abalone

Raise and outplant hatchery-reared abalone using state-of-the-art techniques to recover a vanishing species and maintain the health of rocky reef habitat.

Ocean Acidification

Ocean Acidification

Investigate the power of kelp to improve local seawater conditions and improve habitat conditions for sensitive species currently stressed from increasing acidification in Puget Sound and Hood Canal.

Bull Kelp Restoration

Bull Kelp Restoration

Re-establish bull kelp bed habitat as a key component of a healthy nearshore system to help recover salmon and other fish populations.

Community Shellfish Farms

Community Shellfish Farms

Operate Port Madison Community Shellfish Farm to restore and maintain clean water, and re-forge connections between local communities and healthy resources.

Support PSRF's Programs

Support PSRF's Programs

Please consider supporting PSRF and our essential programs devoted to recover coastal resources and maintain our connection to them.

Puget Sound Restoration Fund's hatchery in Port Orchard, Washington where oyster and pinto abalone larvae are grown for restoration purposes within the Puget Sound