Healthy Puget Sound 

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Our region depends on a healthy Puget Sound to support our natural resource industries and the Port of Seattle as well as our physical environment, personal health and sense of place. Keeping the Sound healthy by supporting work to restore and preserve it, as well as promoting awareness about the Sound’s condition, offers solutions for safeguarding this vital asset.


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tactics for giving to improve the health of Puget Sound
  • Support organizations working to restore the Sound
  • Support organizations that promote broad awareness about the condition of the Sound, the ramifications of inaction and advocate for the comprehensive environmental solutions required


The Seattle Foundation evaluated organization
Over the past century, the Puget Sound region warmed at a rate more than double that of average global temperature.
Stay Informed:

Sound Health, Sound Future: Protecting and Restoring Puget Sound
The Puget Soiund Partnership was given a 10-month assignment to “develop recommendations for preserving the health and ecosystem of Puget Sound, and to help educate and enlist the public in achieving recovery of the Sound by 2020.” This document outlines those recommendations.
Social and Health Indicators Across King County
The Communities Count Partnership is committed to improving community health and well-being through information advocacy—providing accurate and timely reports on conditions that matter to King County residents.
Puget Sound Facts
The Puget Sound Partnership's Resource Center for a variety of facts about Puget Sound.
Community Coalition for Environmental Justice
CCEJ’s mission is to achieve environmental and economic justice in low-income communities and communities of color. We believe that everyone, regardless of race or income, has the right to a clean and healthy community.
The Problem of Polluted Runoff in Puget Sound
People for Puget Sound provides an overview of the problem of polluted runoff in the health of the Puget Sound.
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