WHAT IS PUGET SOUND INFO?

Puget Sound Info is a collaborative platform for sharing information about Puget Sound recovery priorities, investments, accomplishments, and progress toward near-term results and long-term recovery goals. The platform launched in June 2019 and is expected to grow over time to support and accelerate Puget Sound recovery and the collective impact of partner activities.

 

WHO IS INVOLVED IN DEVELOPING AND MAINTAINING PUGET SOUND INFO?

Development of Puget Sound Info is guided by an oversight group comprising partners involved in Puget Sound recovery and the Puget Sound National Estuary Program. Information about activities and progress is reported by hundreds of partners in the Action Agenda Tracker, the National Estuary Program Atlas, and the Vital Sign website. The Partnership maintains the PugetSound Info platform.

The oversight group guiding development of Puget Sound Info currently includes representatives from each of the following partner organizations:

If you are interested in exploring ways to expand the platform to incorporate related Puget Sound recovery efforts, please contact the Partnership.

 

HOW IS PUGET SOUND INFO FUNDED?

Puget Sound Info development has been funded by the Puget Sound Partnership, the Washington State agency responsible for leading and coordinating Puget Sound recovery, and with funds to the Partnership through the EPA's National Estuary Program. If you have funds and would like to build on the platform, please contact the Partnership.

This project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under Assistance Agreement [CE-01J31901]. The contents of this platform do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Environmental Protection Agency, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.