State, Local & Federal Government Officials

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Organizations, News Articles & Links

Court of Appeals Backs Environmentalists: Federal Greenlight of Industrial Aquaculture Unlawful

Shellfish Aquaculture in Washington: Pesticides, Plastics, and Pollution Impacts to Our Environment:

All About Eelgrass

Olympic Peninsula Environmental News - Aquaculture

Olympic Peninsula Environmental News - Shellfish

The Importance of Eelgrass

Coalition to Protect Puget Sound

Friends of Pierce County

The Legal and Environmental Implications of the Washington Shellfish Initiative: Is it Sustainable?

Trawling for Fish May Unleash as Much Carbon as Air Travel, Study Says

Washington Sea Grant researchers seek paths forward in local conflicts over geoduck farming

Gear, not geoducks, impacts ecosystem if farming increases

Oyster growers have new plans to spray beds with pesticide

Geoduck farming might hamper salmon, seabirds

Protect forage fish, cornerstone of our ocean’s food web

Damning emails surface showing state concerns over aquaculture methods

Kitsap Audubon Society Newsletter - March 2021

With Declining Orcas and Salmon, Why Do We Allow the Shellfish Industry to Poison Our Coastal Waters With Herbicides and Pesticides?

Pest Management, Strategic Plan for Bivalves in Oregon and Washington

Legal Action Defends Washington's Decision to Keep Neurotoxins Out of Willapa Bay, Grays Harbor

Evaluating trophic and non-trophic effects of shellfish aquaculture in a coastal estuarine foodweb

Judge tosses federal permit for Washington shellfish industry, saying it doesn’t do enough to protect environment

Zostera japonica management on commercial clam beds in Willapa Bay General Permit

History of the Control of Burrowing Shrimp and Non-Native Eelgrass

25 Acre Geoduck Permit – Burley Lagoon