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

PSRF works to rebuild Olympia oyster populations and the structured habitat they provide in their developed and persistent assemblages.  We focus our efforts on 19 priority waterbodies throughout Puget Sound identified in Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife’s (WDFW) updated Olympia oyster Stock Rebuilding Plan. Our work with partners on the ground and research conducted in the field and at our conservation hatchery broadly support WDFW’s Olympia oyster recovery efforts.  We are also pleased to be active members of NOOC – the Native Olympia Oyster Collaborative.







Support PSRF's Efforts to Rebuild Olympia Oyster Habitat

Support PSRF's Efforts to Rebuild Olympia Oyster Habitat

We continue to restore native oyster habitat and populations throughout Puget Sound and would appreciate your support!

CONTACT     Brian Allen, Olympia Oyster Restoration Program Director | brian@restorationfund.org