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State of our Watersheds Report

Despite massive harvest reductions, strategic use of hatcheries and a huge financial investment in habitat restoration efforts over the past 40 years, the State of Our Watersheds report shows that we are failing to turn the tide on salmon recovery.

Use the interactive maps viewer available here to explore the chapters and data of the State of the Watersheds Report.

You can also order the report on a CD here.

Full 2012 State of our Watersheds Report (~67 MB)

Download portions of the report:

Introduction Letter from Billy Frank Jr.
Executive Summary
Report Development Process

Regional Reports:

Puget Sound Regional Report
Pacific Coast Regional Report

Individual watershed sections:

1. Hoh Indian Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

2. Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

3. Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

4. Lummi Nation
Introduction
Main Body

5. Makah Nation
Introduction
Main Body

6. Muckleshoot Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

7. Nisqually Indian Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

8. Nooksack Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

9. Port Gamble S’Klallam
Introduction
Main Body

10. Puyallup Tribe of Indians
Introduction
Main Body

11. Quileute Indian Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

12. Quinault Indian Nation
Introduction
Main Body

13. Sauk-Suiattle Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

14. Skokomish Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

15. Squaxin Island Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

16. Stillaguamish Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

17. Suquamish Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

18. Swinomish Tribe
Introduction
Main Body

19. Tulalip Tribes
Introduction
Main Body

20. Upper Skagit Tribe
Introduction
Main Body