Billy Frank Jr. Photo credit: Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission.


Photo of herring swimming through eelgrass. Photo credit: Florian Graner. The Partnership Nearshore Credits program provides options for projects in nearshore habitat to move forward, while also protecting the habitat from further losses. It does this by offsetting impacts to nearshore habitat with an equivalent amount of habitat improvement elsewhere.


Aerial photo of Third Street in Marysville.
Aerial photo of Third Street in Marysville. The bulb-outs on Third Street contain bioretention cells that filter stormwater runoff. Photo credit: City of Marysville.




Photo of kayaker and boats near Blake Island in WA. Photo credit: Mark Smith.
Kayaker and boats near Blake Island. Photo credit: Mark Smith


Photo of J16 Southern Resident orca breaching while J26 swims nearby. Photo from Katy Foster/ NOAA Fisheres.
Photo of J16 Southern Resident orca breaching while J26 swims nearby. Photo from NOAA Fisheres West Coast. Photo credit: Katy Foster, NOAA Fisheries.

Pre-project photo of the Middle Fork Nooksack River diversion dam. Photo credit: City of Bellingham.

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