Coastal States Organization (CSO):
Represents the interests of the Governors from the thirty-five coastal States, Commonwealths and Territories bordering the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Lakes on federal, legislative, administrative and policy issues relating to sound coastal, Great Lakes, and ocean management.

Estuarine Research Federation (ERF):

A multidisciplinary organization of individuals who study and manage the structure and functions of estuaries and the effects of human activities on these fragile environments.

Puget Sound and Coastal Washington Hatchery Reform Project:
A systematic, science-based redesign of hatchery programs to achieve two goals: help conserve wild salmon and steelhead populations; and support sustainable fisheries.

One World Journeys – Salmon:
Discover how the salmon embodies the spirit of land and sea in the Pacific Northwest. Take a journey now and learn how the remarkable salmon is a critical link in the health of an entire ecosystem.

Organization of Fish & Wildlife Information Managers (OFWIM):

An international non-profit association dedicated to the management and conservation of natural resources through technology and information exchange.

Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies of Coastal Oceans (PISCO):
A research consortium involving marine scientists from four universities along the U.S. West Coast.

Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership:
A partnership between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), state, local, and federal government organizations, tribes, industries, and environmental organizations working to restore and preserve critical nearshore habitat.

Restore America’s Estuaries:

Works to preserve the nation’s network of estuaries by protecting and restoring the lands and waters essential to the richness and diversity of coastal life.

The SeaDoc Society:
A locally-based marine ecosystem health program of the UC Davis Wildlife Health Center. They are dedicated to working to ensure the health of marine wildlife and their ecosystems through science and education.

SeaWeb Aquaculture Center:
A communications-based nonprofit organization that uses social marketing techniques to advance ocean conservation.

United States Aquaculture Society:

Providing a national forum for the exchange of timely information among aquaculture researchers, students, and industry members in the United States.

The Washington Fish Growers Association