PMEP is pleased to announce the following projects have been selected for funding through the National Fish Habitat Partnership. These projects represent important conservation priorities of PMEP. $192,817 has been awarded to the partnership through the Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for the following five projects:
- Seestrom Tidelands Restoration Project
- Columbia-Pacific Passage, Hungry Harbor Restoration
- Neskowin Fish Passage Improvement Project
- Enhancement of Olympia oysters to provide heterogeneous habitat for fish and invertebrates
- A regional scale assessment of fish habitat along the nearshore of greater Puget Sound
Read more about these and other PMEP funded project here.