Our Partner Organizations working on saving salmon in Washington :

While many different organizations on the North Olympic Peninsula work on saving salmon in Washington and ecosystem restoration, the North Olympic Peninsula Lead Entity is unique in its big picture approach. We are the umbrella organization that brings representatives from the different groups together to coordinate and advance salmon recovery efforts across the North Olympic Peninsula.

Our consortium includes members of area municipal and tribal governments, as well as citizens, and non-profits working together to save our salmon populations, all of which have experienced significant declines.

Members include representatives of: the Jamestown S’Klallam, Elwha Klallam and Makah Tribes, Clallam County, the City of Port Angeles, Olympic National Park, Clallam Conservation District, North Olympic Salmon Coalition, Streamkeepers, North Olympic Land Trust, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, WA Sea Grant and the Puget Sound Partnership. The group also includes citizen representatives from the west, east and central areas of the county. Some of our members also have connections with salmon hatchery, harvest, and the sports and fly fishing communities.