Salmon Recovery Library
- Hood Canal Recovery Plans: Summer chum salmon, Skokomish River and Mid-Hood Canal Chapters of the Puget Sound Chinook Salmon Recovery Plan, and the Hood Canal Chapter of the Puget Sound Steelhead Recovery Plan.
- The Lower Columbia Salmon Recovery and Fish and Wildlife Subbasin Plan, adopted in 2010, is a recovery pan for Washington’s lower Columbia River salmon and steelhead as well as a Northwest Power and Conservation Council Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Plan for the lower Columbia subbasins.
- Middle Columbia River Steelhead Recovery Plan: A recovery plan for middle Columbia River steelhead, adopted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service in 2009.
- The Puget Sound Salmon Recovery Plan was developed in 2005 by regional experts and adopted by NOAA Fisheries in 2007. Subsequently, local experts in each watershed worked together to craft 16 individual chapters of the recovery plan to specify local recovery goals, priority recovery actions, and monitoring needs.
- Snake River Recovery Plan Documents: Three NOAA Fisheries-adopted plans for steelhead, spring and summer Chinook salmon, fall Chinook salmon and sockeye salmon.
- Upper Columbia Spring-run Chinook and Upper Columbia Steelhead Recovery Plan: Adopted by NOAA Fisheries in 2007, this document outlines a plan to recover upper Columbia River spring-run Chinook and steelhead.
- Washington Coast Sustainable Salmon Plan focuses on preventing future listings of salmon and steelhead in the region.
- Salmon Project List: Projects funded by the Salmon Recovery Funding Board, including ranked Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration program projects submitted to the Legislature for funding consideration. Look under “Grant Award History” for the current year’s projects.
- Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission’s State of Our Watersheds report: This report compiles data covering 22 watersheds in western Washington, tracking indicators that directly tie to salmon productivity.
- Statewide Strategy to Recover Salmon: Extinction is not an Option (1999): The report recognized strategic regional and watershed actions were essential to success, and formed the basis for identification of seven salmon regions that continue recovery work today.
- Statewide Strategy to Recover Salmon: The Washington Way (2006): Responding to U.S. Endangered Species Act Listings.
- Lead Entity Directory
State of Salmon in Watershed Reports
- Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office
- NOAA Fisheries: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service
- Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund Database
- PRISM: PRISM is a computer system open to the public to apply for grants, review information on funded grants, and produce reports about projects.
- Salmon Recovery Portal: The Salmon Recovery Portal is the mapping and project tracking tool that allows lead entities to share habitat protection and restoration projects with funders and the public. The portal helps lead entities relate proposed, current, and past project achievements to salmon recovery goals.