2018 action agenda UPDATE:
WHO IS INVOLVED

What is the Partnership’s role in updating the Action Agenda?

The Puget Sound Partnership serves a backbone role in updating the Action Agenda. This means that the Partnership is responsible for:

  • Coordinating with local, state, federal, tribal, business, and non-governmental partners
  • Facilitating public comment and response
  • Gathering local priorities through Local Integrating Organizations
  • Reviewing updated material with the Science Panel and Ecosystem Coordination Board
  • Clearly communicating the updates

What is the role of the Leadership Council, Ecosystem Coordination Board, and Science Panel?

  • Science Panel and Ecosystem Coordination Board
    • Review and discuss proposed revisions to Strategic Initiatives
    • Review and rank proposed Near Term Actions
    • Review discuss Implementation Strategies associated with approved Near Term Actions
  • Leadership Council
    • Review recommendations forwarded by the Science Panel and Ecosystem Coordination Board
    • Determine final approval of revisions to Strategic Initiatives, Near Term Actions, and Implementation Strategies

What is the role of recovery partners?

  • Local organizations and groups
    • Offer suggestions for Near Term Actions.
    • Develop localized Action Agenda that integrates with the Puget Sound Action Agenda.
    • Connect with local residents to understand the needs and concerns of the people who live in Puget Sound.
    • Read the documents up for discussion and submit comments during the public comment period
    • Attend meetings to learn more and offer feedback.
    • Stay informed. Keep in touch with your Ecosystem Recovery Coordinator at the Partnership
  • Regional organizations and groups
  • State Agencies

What is the role of the public?

There are several ways you can give your input into Action Agenda updates:

  • Connect with your local watershed recovery group.
  • Read the documents up for discussion and submit your comments during the public comment period.
  • Attend a public meeting to learn more and give us feedback.
  • Stay informed. Sign up for Action Agenda newsletters, E-clips, Facebook, Twitter

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