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5 thoughts on “Congress authorizes five restoration projects throughout Puget Sound

  1. The 1 & 3 projects are going to fail big time due to lack of public input and ignoring land owners. Seems like PSNERP has cart in front of horse.

  2. Burley Lagoon??? Where Taylor wants to put a 25-acre geoduck operation, destroying the habitat for salmon and forage fish??? Which hand is not paying attention to what the other hand is doing?

    1. Let’s hope the new monies for Kitsap studies of the Burley Creek watershed will help us restock and truly restore the Lagoon’s salmon runs. Industry seems to think that changing from 43,000 pvc tubes p/acre to the black plastic sleeves for geoduck seed is all that concerns residents. Not so. The cumulative impact of industrial operations has already been felt with a diminished number of migrating birds and displacement of other species under canopy nets over manila clams.

  3. I wanted to thank you, Chris, for running this blog and for sharing this good news. Your writing is the best place to find out what’s happening around Kitsap county and the Sound. I wish there were a network of writers with your focus on ecology of a particular region, because this is the best way to find out what’s happening here. Keep up the good work, and merry Christmas!

    1. Thank you for your support. It’s these kinds of comments that keep me going. Merry Christmas to you and to all readers of this blog.

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