Port Gardner

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$4 million Settlement Reached to Help NOAA Restore Port Gardner and Snohomish River Habitat

The U.S. Department of Justice announced a $4 million settlement that will fund some of NOAA’s restoration of sites damaged by industrial pollution in Port Gardner Bay and the Snohomish River in Washington state.

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Large Wetlands Restoration Proposed in Washington

In response to the historical releases of hazardous materials into Washington State’s Port Gardner Bay, we, along with our partners, have released a Draft Damage Assessment Restoration Plan and Environmental Assessment (Plan/EA) for public comment. The preferred restoration project is to contribute toward the completion of the Blue Heron Slough Restoration Project.

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Union Slough is a branch of the Snohomish River which feeds into Port Gardner Bay. These sloughs are critical to the survival of many species of salmonids.

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Hazardous Waste Site | Everett, Washington | Early 1900s to Present